In Uganda, the study shows how a Feed in Tariff Policy has been a useful incentive in driving private sector investment from sugar mills in renewable energy by producing energy from burning waste from sugar cane. The second case study from Kenya demonstrates how small scale and community owned hydropower can play a role in providing cheap energy to poor communities. The third case study presents the East African Community (EAC) Regional Strategy for Scaling up access to modern Energy services. The last case from Kenya demonstrates how a Community Driven Commercial Afforestation Charcoal project has the potential to improve the livelihoods of the rural poor.
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Access to Renewable Energy in Eastern Africa