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  • KENYA: Olkaria I Geothermal Power Plant Unit 6 (83 Mwe) Testing Begins

    Posted on :Monday , 18th April 2022

    Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen), the largest geothermal power producer on the African continent, has announced the completion of the Olkaria I geothermal power plant unit 6.

     

    Kenya is still ahead of the game in exploiting its geothermal potential. The East African country’s geothermal power generation capacity is increasing by 83.3 MWe. This is. . .

  • KENYA: VR Holding to Convert Solid Waste into Electricity in Kakamega

    Posted on :Monday , 18th April 2022

    A solid waste-to-energy project is starting in Kakamega, 7 years after its official presentation. The Swedish energy company VR Holding AB has been appointed by the Kenyan government to carry out the work, which will cost 6 billion Kenyan shillings, or about $53 million.

     

    Kenya will soon have a new solid waste-to-energy plant. The facility will be located in Kakamega County. T. . .

  • Kenya's First Nuclear Plant Project Updates

    Posted on :Friday , 1st April 2022

    The Nuclear Power and Energy Authority (NuPEA) has begun a thorough search for a suitable building location for Kenya's first nuclear power plant near the coast. According to NuPEA's Chief Executive Officer Collins Juma, the agency is presently undertaking a full site survey of the two regions to determine the optimal location for the 1000 megawatt nuclear power station, which is planned to beg. . .

  • KENYA: VR Holding to Convert Solid Waste into Electricity in Kakamega

    Posted on :Wednesday , 16th March 2022

    A solid waste-to-energy project is starting in Kakamega, 7 years after its official presentation. The Swedish energy company VR Holding AB has been appointed by the Kenyan government to carry out the work, which will cost 6 billion Kenyan shillings, or about US$53 million.

     

    Kenya will soon have a new solid waste-to-energy plant. The facility will be located in Kakamega County.. . .

  • Kengen to Inject 83 Extra Megawatts to the National Grid

    Posted on :Thursday , 20th January 2022

    Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) will pump an extra 83MW of geothermal power into the national grid by this month.

     

    KenGen CEO Rebecca Miano said works on the Olkaria I unit 6 are at an advanced stage as part of plans to replace thermal power with green energy.

     

    Speaking over the weekend after a visit to Olkaria, Naivasha, Miano said the plant wo. . .

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