The project seeks to have 250,000 households served by stand-alone solar systems and 150,000 households served by Clean Cooking Solutions (CCS).
It further seeks to construct 157 mini-grids in the targeted counties that will be used to connect about 61,500 households with solar power.
Similarly, about 473 public facilities including secondary schools, health clinics as well as administrative offices will be supplied with solar power under the Project.
A total of 380 boreholes that currently use diesel and other fuels will also benefit with installation of renewable solar power.
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