Energy in Ethiopia is energy and electricity production, consumption, transport, exportation, and importation in Ethiopia.Overview
List of power stations in Ethiopia
The following table provides some of the most relevant energy sector numbers for Ethiopia, a developing country. The primary energy sector is by far the most important one in Ethiopia, with mainly wood used for cooking. That together with the population growth in Ethiopia results in issues like deforestation. Ethiopia aims at economic development and removal of poverty and to replace the use of wood by alternatives. This makes the secondary energy sector (with electricity) most relevant for these efforts. Almost all recent developments are taking place in the secondary energy sector, with the construction of mainly hydropower plants and power transmission lines being most visible.
PE: Ethiopia did not export PE in the years shown.
PE: all PE imports were bituminous materials (natural asphalt used as engin
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