As for the extent of this issue, normally, there is an off the grid percentage for every country, but the issue is especially big in Asia and Africa. Altogether, in the world, about 1.3 billion live off the grid. In Africa, the total off the grid population is about half of that. The average electricity rate in Africa is hard to say, but in Eastern Africa, such as in Rwanda and Tanzania, where the rate is pretty low, there is about 36% connectivity. Of those that are off the grid, about 25 to 30% are children and women. Most of the time, children and women are the ones who stay at home and suffer from the fumes of kerosene lamps. These households tend to have at least one mobile phone but they easily run out of battery and would have to pay to have their phone charged elsewhere. That’s the lighting solution and phone charging solution for these communities right now.