Govt aims to slash energy losses with new $6 million substations

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    The quality of electricity supply in Kigali is set to improve after the government unveiled two new energy substations, officials have said.

    The two stations – located in Nzove and Gahanga – were launched on Thursday by Rwanda Energy Group and are each worth $3 million.

    Expected to contribute to the reduction of energy losses, the facilities were developed under the support of the European Union to improve the efficiency of the national power grid.

    The projects are part of a bigger venture where the government signed a 23 million Euro financing agreement with the European Union in 2015 to improve the quality of power supply in the City of Kigali.
    Govt aims to slash energy losses with new $6 million substations

    It seems kind of odd for them to finally have that in 2024.
     
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