Complementing the overall Program objectives, targeted funding was secured through the sale of emission reductions, to establish the Kulera Beyond the Grid revolving fund. This fund is designed to bring electrification to the rural communities in the Program area. Beyond the Grid aims to give access to electrification in areas of the country where electrification is one of the lowest in all of Africa. The introduction of the solar energy solutions, including single lights and multi-light home solutions, extends student study hours or time for working on small businesses. Some systems can support village level small enterprise, such as cell phone charging stations. It is estimated that on average, each household will save about $5 USD (16% of their monthly income) per month from reduced purchases of non-renewable fuels such as kerosene, candles and disposable batteries for flashlights.