Kenya: Low Income Earners Now Have Affordable Power

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The estimated 3 million Kenyans who are yet to get connected to the power grid can now access affordable power for lighting and charge their phones. Safaricom has partnered with M-KOPA and unveiled SIM-based solar lighting solution d.light solar home system.

Customers will pay 40 shillings daily for a period of one year, with a requirement of an initial deposit of 2,500 shillings. People from low income households spend 70 shillings daily to light their houses and charge their phones.