Mobile power to bring Rwanda’s remote regions into the future
29 November 2020 | 6:55 am
In Rwanda, 60% of the population have a mobile phone - but only 22% have electricity. Mobile kiosks now offer not only solar power but also internet access, even in the most remote corners of the country.
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