Ethiopia: Consultancy services for Melka Sedi biomass power project

Issue 366 - 04 May 2018 | 1 minute read

Ethiopian Electric Power invites expressions of interest by 9 May from consultants to carry out a feasibility study and social and environmental impact assessment for the Melka Sedi biomass-fired thermal power project. The purpose of the study is to assess the technical, social and economic viability of using the Prosopis juliflora invasive shrub in the north-western regional state of Afar to generate power at a new thermal power plant with installed capacity of 137.5MW.

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