Poverty is the main problem in rural zone. So paying for electricity resistance is a reel problem. How to solve the problem is to create small, small paying system.
Exactly, but as it has been proved, poor people already spend money in buying energy -at very expensive prices-. Kerosene lamps, mobile charging drain rural poor's resources without providing a solution.
Pay as you Go Systems have the advange of allowing the poor to invest in the equipment, but Power solutions are not apt for small business' needs.
Isolated minigrid can fill the gap providing both the energy to small businesses -fridge, small machines- as well as lighning in the houses.