The main regulatory activities include among other things, to establish regulatory tools, advise the government on policies related to the energy sector, dispute and complaints handling, licensing, tariff setting, and monitoring of operations and infrastructure of the licensees to ensure the network reliability and the quality of services delivered.
It is targeted to achieve, by 2024, the electricity universal access, 1% of yearly electricity losses reduction, increase and decrease use of modern cooking means and traditional cooking means respectively, and increase the petroleum strategic reserves.
In line with the vision of the country in energy sector, the period under review (2017-2018) recorded significant improvements with regard to energy access countrywide and the national power network reliability.
The Regulatory Authority issued 23 installations licenses of new petrol service station projects and one retail license. Rwandan Fuel capacity (Diesel, Gasoline, Kerosene and Jet A-1) has increased from 74, 225 to 84,225 m3.
New regulations for the LPG sub-sector were adopted in January 10th, 2018, and the operators have started to implement new requirements, such as legal refilling, licensing regimes, compliance to standards, etc. the Amended regulations on petrol service station were adopted by the Regulatory Board in September 4th, 2017