Djibouti/Ethiopia: AfDB approves interconnection grants to support supply rethink


Issue 443 - 22 Jul 2021 | 2 minute read

The African Development Bank (AfDB) board has approved two grants worth a combined $83.6m to build a second transmission line between Ethiopia and Djibouti. The grants were secured from the AfDB’s African Development Fund, with $69.65m for Ethiopia and $13.95m for Djibouti.

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