Rwanda is fifth place globally in creating opportunities for clean energy investment

According to the to the latest Climatescope findings published by BloombergNEF (BNEF), Rwanda’s burgeoning off-grid market helped propel it ahead of all its African peers in this year’s Climatescope edition.

“Through 2017, over 185,000 solar home systems and nearly 300,000 solar lanterns have been distributed throughout the country. The national utility, Rwanda Energy Group, has been cooperative in establishing demarcation zones specifically allocated for off-grid development, in order to help the country work towards a 48 per cent off grid electrification rate by 2024,” the report reads in part.

Full article: The New Times

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