According to a report by Rwanda's "New Era" on October 11, Cesar, chief technology officer of energy at the Ministry of Infrastructure of Rwanda, recently stated that Rwanda has made significant progress in achieving universal power supply in recent years and has achieved a penetration rate of 70%, of which 20% Powers off-grid options such as solar home power systems and mini-grids. With the new power plant put into operation in 2024, Lu is expected to achieve 100% household power access rate that year.

Currently, 43% of the African continent's population still lacks electricity supply, and 970 million people need to solve the problem of clean cooking.