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The Ethiopian government and the Department for International Development (DfID) signed an agreement providing for a 14.9 billion birr grant to support the third phase of the Protection of Basic Services (PBS-III) Project. Launched in 2006, the project aims at expanding and improving the quality of basic services such as education, health, clean water and road, among others, by funding block grants to regional governments. It also supports the activities which enhance the capacity, transparency, accountability and financial management of regional governments and local authorities. Finance and Economic Development Minister, Sufian Ahmed and DfID-Ethiopia country director, Melanie Angela Robinson, signed the agreement. Meanwhile, the British Ambassador, Greg Dorey, said that his government is in the process of approving a further USD 48.1 million in support of the Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) initiative in Ethiopia.   The UK government has already committed more than USD 24 million for climate finance to help Ethiopia meet its 2025 goals.  The UK is home to the leading renewable energy developers, which reportedly are very keen to partner with Ethiopia to help create a sustained flow of green technology transfer. In October 2012, a 30 strong British business delegation led by British minister of state Greg Barker, visited Ethiopia as the largest-ever green trade mission to Africa, to participate in the huge potential of renewable energy projects in Ethiopia. State minister of the Ministry of Water and Energy  (MoWE), Tolossa Shagie, on his part said the total potential of the country in geothermal power alone has been estimated to be 5000MW. He further said a 7.2 MW capacity pilot geothermal plant has been installed in 1998 at Aluto Langano. A feasibility study to expand the field to 75 MW by drilling appraisal and production wells is being conducted with the assistance of the Japanese government, the state minister added.
(The Ethiopian Herald)