New analysis from data platform Energy Access Explorer shows significant renewable energy potential in unserved and underserved areas of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

Nearly 840 million people worldwide do not have access to electricity and most of them reside in sub-Saharan Africa. In East Africa the numbers are staggering: nearly 13 million people in Kenya (25%), 38 million people in Tanzania (68%), and 31 million people in Uganda (78%) lack access to electricity.

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Source: ESI Africa

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