Where is the middle ground in pricing electricity on mini grids?

Mini grids are investments developed in areas where government’s electricity, otherwise known as the grid has not yet reached. These, commonly solar energy developments, are usually in far to reach areas, bridging the supply gap to the unreachable communities.

However, to encourage investment in those areas, investors need an incentive which is profit, while the consumers – despite need for electricity – are keen on affordability.

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