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Power Africa

High-voltage transmission lines run along a busy street near central Kampala, Uganda, to help bring power to the city’s 1.5 million residents. Through NARUC’s work under USAID and Power Africa, regulators in Uganda and elsewhere in East Africa are working to expand electricity access through the build-out of the transmission system as well as through the development of mini-grids.

Regulating Beyond the Grid

Commissioner Sarah Hofmann of Vermont Public Service Board facilitates a group discussion during a workshop on mini-grids with the Kenya Energy Regulatory Commission in February 2017.
NARUC volunteers and staff lead a workshop on cost-reflective tariffs with regulators, utilities and other stakeholders in Ethiopia. Through the support of USAID and Power Africa, NARUC is working across Sub-Saharan Africa to foster an enabling environment for investment and growth through regulatory reform.

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Power Africa

A U.S. Government-led partnership that seeks to add 30,000 MW and 60 million electricity connections in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030 > https://bit.ly/2yPx3lJ