The Minister for trade and industry Vincent Munyeshaka confirmed the development, adding that the country is in the process of getting past the hurdle of energy production, which has made room for price reduction.
“Previously, energy production was not enough. We have been able to boost production. Now we are trying to make it cheaper for users, especially the productive users in the industrial sector. This is part of the reforms that are ongoing,” said Munyeshaka.
Among the challenges that have been in the way of revision of tariffs include energy losses due to the quality of the grid, as well as theft.
Source: ESI Africa