One of the missions of the Ethiopian Electric Power is to provide electricity to the large industries and neighboring countries that produce electricity, 132 kV and above.
As a result, it is supplying electricity to the Ethiopian Electric Power and Industries, generating power connections with neighboring countries such as Sudan and Djibouti and generating an average of US $ 70 million annually.
In addition, the country is working to move beyond the continental level by developing and strengthening energy links with other neighboring countries to enhance the economic and social ties of the region beyond East Africa, is an example.
In the long-term plan, Ethiopia is also developing bilateral relations with the Somali Land, Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan. Consequently, extensive work is being done to make this sector one of the institutions that will generate foreign electricity for these and other countries.