1.2 billion people around the world have no access to electric power.
. . . In Rwanda, for example, less than
. . . 20% of the population live in homes that enjoy electricity,
. . . a fact that stymies development and reinforces poverty.
Africa will largely bypass the grid, and
. . . leapfrog over Europe and North America straight into solar.
. . . Pay-as-you-go solar energy plans have brought many families
. . . electricity, cellphones, and TV, for the first time.
Rwanda, faster, cheaper, cellphone Health care,
. . . from Babylon Health
10-9-2017 Source: #Solar: Rwanda