Uganda: Newest Utility – Pay-As-You-Go Solar Power
March 3, 2014 Editor 0
[VOA]Kampala -In Uganda, telecom provider MTN and a company called Fenix are gearing up this year for a nationwide rollout of pre-paid electricity, similar to pre-paid airtime, but using solar kits. Uganda has one of the lowest electrification rates in Africa – a continent where some 600 million people are off the power grid.
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