Posted on :Monday , 30th October 2017
Kenya is gearing up for a significant surge in the use of solar energy after the government started enforcing regulations that would see the installation of water heating systems in residential buildings.
Posted on :Thursday , 23rd November 2017
Some 1.3 billion people around the globe don’t have access to an electric grid. But solar startup companies say harnessing an abundant resource -- the sun -- can light up some of the world’s most remote areas. In this Kenyan village, rooftop panels are becoming a cheap and promising source of light.
Posted on :Wednesday , 1st November 2017
SunCulture the company from Africa, launched a solar-powered water pump in Kenya designed to offer smallholder farmers low cost solution to unreliable rainfall and lack of access to grid electricity.
Posted on :Tuesday , 17th October 2017
Posted on :Wednesday , 20th September 2017
China and Africa’s relationship has been growing in leaps and bounds in recent times, especially in the field of renewable energy. Both countries are looking to use this avenue to its fullest potential, in an attempt to curb the problem of global warming.
Posted on :Wednesday , 13th September 2017
Schools in rural Kenya often suffer through frequent power outages, and energy from the national grid can be expensive. But solar roof tiles from Strauss Energy offer a cheaper, renewable alternative. At the 275-student Gaitheri Secondary School in Murang’a County, the reliable source of electricity has enhanced students’ performance since they can study at night, and allowed . . .
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