Ethiopia Country Report – Energy and Economic Growth Research Programme

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CEO, Fezeka Stuurman, has a made a valuable contribution to the Ethiopia Country Report as part of the Energy and Economic Growth Research Programme.  The report is structured to provide an overview of recent economic and political developments, followed by an in-depth exploration of the Ethiopian power sector.  Subsequent sections delve into the design and implementation of the Metehara and Scaling Solar Procurement Programme, encompassing various essential aspects.  The report culminates with a thoughtful analysis of potential lessons to be gleaned from Ethiopia’s renewable energy auction programmes. 

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