31 March 1999
The Good News from Egypt and Jordan!
Dear GENI Friend,
Last month you learned about the electrification of South Africa and the interconnection between India and Pakistan. While these stories rarely make headlines, the impact of this development will benefit the daily lives of millions of people.
Today is another great story that has been years in the making. The new King Abdullah of Jordan and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak inaugurated an underwater high-voltage cable between the two Arab nations. And the engineers have plans to expand this power pool by 2002 networking Syria, Turkey, Lebanon and Iraq!
A bit of GENI history here will inform you to how we work:
Did we cause this Jordan-Egyptian project to be built? Hardly. But we certainly pushed, educated, provoked and published the proposal -- which we think accelerated this result.
That's what your funding
goes for -- and it affects the lives of people
who you and I will never meet. This is how our
results show up in the world. The regional
challenge now is to include Israel and Palestine
into this electrical network. Newsweek wrote
in 1993 --
In partnership for the planet,
p.s. Please feel free to send this report to anyone you know with Middle Eastern interests.
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