Refer to your story, Rwanda seals 30MW power importation deal with Kenya (The New Times, December 11).
1. Giciye-I Power plant produces 4MW, not 14MW (commissioned and operational).
2. Nyabarongo II (100MW) will not be on-grid next year; feasibility studies are still ongoing and are expected to end April 2015.
3. GigaWatt Solar power plant has already added 8.5MW to the national grid, and it’s not to be on grid next year as reported.
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(We regret any inconvenience caused by the mix-up -- Editor).