HYDRO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT FOR GERD IMPACTS ON SUDAN HYDROPOWER GENERATION
increase generation at these plants by 24% (2000 Gig watt/year) compared to the average before GERD Dam and is expected to contribute to the Sudanese economy's annual savings by 23 million US dollars as an opportunity value.
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