Ethiopia has partnered with Sri-Lanka and China in the Trilateral South-South Cooperation that will focus on enhancing access to renewable energy at a cost of 2 million dollars. The project seeks to promote sustainable energy solutions by focusing on demonstrating the applicability of bio-gas and solar photovoltaic technologies for communities in Ethiopia and Sri Lanka. The cooperation, which is part of the global commitment to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), was announced in Addis Abeba on July 31, 2019. The Ministry of Commerce of China will finance the three-year project, with Ethiopia and Sri Lanka each getting one million.
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