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GE partners Ethiopian Electric Power authority to improve access to power

[IT News Africa] - 07/12/2018

Currently, Ethiopia is among the fastest growing countries in the world. Aligning with Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan, GE’s Grid Solutions business today announced it has completed a $40M Electricity Transmission System Improvement turnkey project with Ethiopian Electric Power. The (...)

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