Anyway, Ségolène Royal, on visit since Monday in Lome, is impatient to see Togo go well beyond the commitment recently signed in New Delhi Summit on the solar Alliance International (ASI).
In front of the head of State, Faure Gnassingbé in Lomé Tuesday, Ms Royal, correspondent of the French president, Emmanuel Macron for the solar Alliance, congratulated Togo for its commitment to electrify rural households from solar.
"The rural electrification project in Togo from solar is highly structured with a vision of the future clear enough." It is one of the few countries with the vision of the use of renewable energy is well put together", she said in essence
Togo, should call back worked out a plan of investment over the next 10 years. The country expresses a need for funding of 1,000 billion CFA to connect 50 percent of households throughout the territory.
A round table of donors and various partners is opening from 27 to 28 June 2018 in Lomé at the initiative of the Government.
Mrs. Royal will actively take part in this round table and already early the 26th afternoon, she and her delegation went in down-mono prefecture to ensure the implementation of the initiative Ci - Zo.
CI - Zo is an initiative launched by the Government to allow households to have access to power through a solar kit at low prices.