Countries in Africa and the Middle East, impressed with the Modi government’s rural electrification drive, have expressed interest in joining hands with the state-run Rural Electrification Corporation to electrify their villages, Mint reports.
This development comes after the government announced that it had achieved the target of electrifying all villages in the country 12 days ahead of a deadline set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the time of the launch of the drive.
According to the report, Jordan, Syria and countries in sub-Saharan Africa are interested in REC’s assistance. Countries in Africa are looking for a complete electrification package, which includes both financing and technology transfer. Read More
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