Rwf10 billion initiative to ease access to renewable energy in refugee camps

At least 60,000 refugees in Kigeme, Gihembe and Nyabiheke refugee camps will benefit from a Rwf10billion 3year project to provide affordable and sustainable sources of renewable energy, officials have announced.

There is need of clean cooking by using biogas, briquettes or efficient cooking stoves, renewable energy in heating and cooling, phone charging, powering equipment and businesses, lighting for homes, street and space lighting, wash facilities, solar water heating, among others according to officials.

More information: The New Times


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