At a glance

Rwanda opted in the SEforALL initiative, and developed a Gap Analysis and an Action Agenda with the support of AfDB, SEforALL Africa Hub. Rwanda set a target of having 100% electricity access by 2030, with 50% of the population having access to the highest tiers (3-5) and the deployment of both on-grid and mini-grid access. For what concern clean cooking, the target is to close the gap between production and consumption of biomass (currently 20%) and to achieve universal access to improved cookestoves, the majority of whom in tiers 3 and 4. The renewable energy targets include generating at least 60% of electricity from renewable energy sources. Energy efficiency objectives are to double the efficiency in the use of biomass, and to extend the current rate of improvement of energy efficiency in the electricity sector by 2030. 

Rwanda has established a SEforALL focal point that is coordinating the implementation of SEforALL Actions in the Country.


Map of Rwanda

Country contacts

Robert Nyamvumba

Ministry of Infrastructure

SEforALL Action Agenda Objectives2030
Electricity Access, national100%
Access to non-solid fuels, national 100%
Renewable Energy Capacityn.a.
Renewable Energy Output 60%
Energy Efficiency n.a.
Country Action DocumentsStatus
Rapid AssessmentFinalized
Action AgendaFinalized
Investment ProspectusUnder development

Country statistics

Access to electricity (% of population)9.7%16.1%19.8%29.4%
Urban (% of urban population)44.5%58.5%71.8%80%
Rural (% of rural population)4%1.3%9.1%17.8%
Access to clean fuels and technologies for cooking (% of population)0.5%0.5%0.5%0.6%
Population, total10.3 Million10.8 Million11.3 Million11.9 Million
Renewable energy consumption (% of total final energy consumption)90.7%89.0%88.4%-
Renewable electricity output (% of total electricity output)40%46.3%44.1%-
Electric power consumption (kWh per capita)----
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