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Rwanda: New deal with Belgium to boost access to electricity

Rwanda’s Ministry of Infrastructure has signed a new deal in partnership with Belgium that will see the electricity project renovated and upgraded to increase its distribution network in Rubavu district from 6.6 KiloVolts to 30 KiloVolts. The upgraded network project will stabilize and reduce power outages and improve electricity services...
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Kenya: 8.6 mln households connected to electricity

Kenya has connected approximately 8.6 million households to electricity as of December 2021, up from 7.3 million in January 2020, said Daniel Kiptoo, director general, Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA). He add : Kenya is the only country in East Africa with electricity access to over 75 percent of...
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Renewable energy: “27% clean electricity by 2030”, in Algeria

The international electricity and renewable energies exhibition was held in Algiers from 12 to 15 February 2018. The first edition was organized under the theme: "green energies, energies of tomorrow", is in line with the country’s ambitions in terms of REN. Zahra Rahmouni, from Algiers The event, open to the...
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Ethiopia: 993 electrified villages

According to Ethiopian Herald, an Ethiopian news agency, 993 villages would have been electrified in Ethiopia over the past two years.  These results are the consequence of the National Electrification Programme implemented by the Ethiopian authorities. Actually, the country's electrification rate is estimated at 54%, according to Ethiopian Herald....