According to Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP), the country has earned over $13 million from electricity exports to neighboring Sudan and Djibouti in the two months since the start of the Ethiopian fiscal year 2022–23.

The income represents only 70.29% of the $18.55 million targeted for the period, as per the report by Addis Standard. Of the 232.76 million KW hours of electricity traded, 112.36 million was exported to Sudan for $5.61 million, whereas 120.39 million was exported to Djibouti for $7.42 million.

The data further shows that the latter provided 15.38% more export revenue than scheduled whilst the first only met 46.36% of its planned target, the reason being the decline in demand from the Sudanese electricity company.

Source: Addis Standard


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