Tekeze Hydropower project was inaugurated on Nov 14 2009 The Tekeze hydroelectric power project has been inaugurated and officially begin providing services. Nearly four billion Birr is spent on construction of the project, which has capacity to generate 300 MW electric power. Watch the video
Members of the leaderships of Unity for Democracy and Justice Party (UDJ) have expressed different political opinions following the unsuccessful meeting which was supposed to be held here on Sunday at the Imperial Hotel. Member and Executive and Public Relations Head Dr. Hailu Araya said his party was unable to conduct its general assembly because of illegal acts of certain members of the party. Have your say
The Tekeze hydroelectric power project has been inaugurated and officially begin providing services as of Saturday. Nearly four billion Birr is spent on construction of the project, which has capacity to generate 300 MW electric power. The Ethiopian government fully covered the construction cost.
We at Tigrai Online would like to congrtulate the Ethiopian government and people on this great project's successful completion. We are proud!
Tekezze Hydropower Plant to officially open next week
Tekezze Hydropower Plant, which is expected to curb the severe shortage of electricity in the country, is going to be officially opened next week on November 8. Tekezze, whose 44 metre arch dam is the biggest of its kind in Africa, started production of 75 megawatts in mid-August as a test trial. The dam has four turbines each with a capacity of generating 75mw.
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