Ethiopia Considers Smart Water Mang’t

November 21 , 2018


Ethiopia Considers Smart Water Mang’t

The Ministry of Water, Irrigation & Electricity signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Xylem, an American water technology company, for the development and implementation of innovative water solutions through smart technology. The MoU was signed by Seleshi Bekele (PhD), minister of Water, Irrigation & Electricity, and Patrick Decker, CEO of Xylem. Established in 2006 by Global Water Intelligence, Xylem is a water technology company operating in 150 countries. “As Ethiopia moves ahead with its magnificent reform effort, the United States sees a role for American companies like Xylem,” said Chris Wilken, the United States Trade Commissioner.


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