Rwanda's first paygo solar power heads towards success

Customer demand soars for affordable power, as Azuri, GVEP and Serve and Smile bring clean electricity to off-grid rural communities in Rwanda.

Customer demand soars for affordable power, as Azuri, GVEP and Serve and Smile bring clean electricity to off-grid rural communities in Rwanda.

GVEP International, the non-profit organisation working to alleviate poverty in developing countries through increased access to renewable energy, in partnership with Azuri Technologies, the leading provider of pay-as you go solar in sub Saharan Africa, are enabling Rwandan customers to attain solar power for less than the cost of the kerosene it replaces.

 
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