Special satellite imagery shows Ethiopia’s equipment to generate electricity from Renaissance Dam | political news

Special satellite imagery shows Ethiopia's equipment to generate electricity from Renaissance Dam |  political news

High-quality satellite imagery from Al Jazeera Network’s (SANAD) surveillance and verification division showed Ethiopia’s preparations to start generating electricity from the Renaissance dam’s low turbines.

The following picture, taken on December 3, shows the completion of the retaining wall before the dam’s lower turbines exit.

Satellite images show the start of power generation from the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (Sanath Agency)’s low turbines.

The following figure shows the construction and equipment work in the waterway holes for the turbines that generate electricity with the lower turbines.

Photos show the construction and fittings in the water intake holes for the turbines that generate electricity in the turbines below - Image Source only for indoor use: Skywatch

Other photographs reveal the completion of construction work on turbine openings on both sides of the dam.

In addition to completing the extension of the power lines between the towers of the power station at the dam and the neighboring towers, the film is for internal use - in preparation for starting the turbines and starting the production process.  The only source: Skywatch

It reveals the picture of the electrical connection wiring between the towers of the power plant at the dam and the neighboring towers being completed, ready to start the turbines and the start of the production process.

The pictures also show the completion of construction work on the turbine slots on both sides of the dam.  - Image Source for internal use only: Skywatch

Poor satellite images show that the amount of water flowing from the dam’s midway point is constantly decreasing, and that its water level has dropped significantly in recent times. The beginning of its height in preparation for the middle lane and the third filling.

Poor satellite images show that the amount of water flowing from the dam's midway point is constantly decreasing, and that its water level has dropped significantly in recent times.  The beginning of its height in preparation for the middle lane and the third filling.  - Image Source for internal use only: Skywatch

Poor satellite images show that the amount of water flowing from the dam's midway point is constantly decreasing, and that its water level has dropped significantly in recent times.  The beginning of its height in preparation for the middle lane and the third filling.  - Image Source for internal use only: Skywatch

Earlier, Ethiopia’s Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy Celishi Beckley said power generation using Renaissance dam turbines would be in the first months of the new Ethiopian year, which began on September 13 last year.

“We have done a lot of work this year to get to this point and we are working hard to produce the next turbines,” he added.

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