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The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit of US$180mn in additional financing to the Government of Ethiopia in support of its efforts to provide adequate and cost effective electricity supply and rapidly scale up electricity coverage and access for all its citizens.

p>The World Bank Board of Executive Directors has approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit of US$180mn in additional financing to the Government of Ethiopia in support of its efforts to provide adequate and cost effective electricity supply and rapidly scale up electricity coverage and access for all its citizens.

Total announces the signature of an agreement to acquire Chevron’s 45.9 per cent interest in Block 1 in the Joint Development Zone (JDZ).

p>Total announces the signature of an agreement to acquire Chevron’s 45.9 per cent interest in Block 1 in the Joint Development Zone (JDZ).

In Johannesburg in mid-July 2010 as part of a whistle-stop world lecture tour, Dr Carol Dahl, Professor of Mineral and Energy Economics at the Colorado School of Mines in the USA, conducted a two-day workshop on Energy Economics at the Glen Hove Conference Centre.

p>In Johannesburg in mid-July 2010 as part of a whistle-stop world lecture tour, Dr Carol Dahl, Professor of Mineral and Energy Economics at the Colorado School of Mines in the USA, conducted a two-day workshop on Energy Economics at the Glen Hove Conference Centre.

The government says the ongoing construction of the 250 megawatt Bujagali hydro power project will have its turbine commissioned in October 2011, increasing installed generation capacity from the current 550 megawatts to about 880 megawatts of electricity in 2012 when the dam is fully completed.

p style="margin-bottom: 0cm;">The government says the ongoing construction of the 250 megawatt Bujagali hydro power project will have its turbine commissioned in October 2011, increasing installed generation capacity from the current 550 megawatts to about 880 megawatts of electricity in 2012 when the dam is fully completed.

Zambia has launched a K6 trillion Rural Electrification Master Plan (REMP) scheduled to run up to 2030 aimed at stimulating rural industries and combating poverty.

p>Zambia has launched a K6 trillion Rural Electrification Master Plan (REMP) scheduled to run up to 2030 aimed at stimulating rural industries and combating poverty.

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