As Africa’s population continues to rise, the demand for domestic and institutional energy increases. Access to grid electricity across East Africa is low: just about 14% in Kenya, 11% in Tanzania and about 5% in Uganda. Households typically rely on Kerosene lamps or candles for lighting and dry cell batteries for any electrical items and biomass fuel for cooking and heating.
GVEP International believes that the energy market in East Africa has the potential to be expanded. This video documentary shows how, through the Developing Energy Enterprising Programme, businesses can be incubated and developed to meet the needs of people.
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