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  • Kenya Power signed 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Lamu Farm

    Posted on :Monday , 17th February 2020

    Kenya Power has signed a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with a Lamu-based wind power company.

    The wind farm is owned by Baharini Wind Power Company which is backed by Belgium’s Elicio Company and Kenya’s Kenwind Holdings Limited.

    The initial plan includes setting up 38 wind turbines which will produce 90 megawatt (MW). The win. . .

  • Heavy Commercial Power Consumers in Kenya Relieved Due to lesser End-Month Billing

    Posted on :Monday , 17th February 2020

    Heavy commercial power consumers in Kenya will have a sigh of relief as their end-month billing is set to be lesse due to manufactures and heavy power consumers will start getting charged less in the power bills after the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) introduced a new class of tariffs.

    As per the new tariffs, which was gazetted by the regulator earlier, commercial and . . .

  • Kenya to Build Power Plants to Boost Electricity Supply in Meru County

    Posted on :Wednesday , 15th January 2020

    Kenya has disclosed plans to set up various power plants in Meru County as part of the county’s plan to boost business and provide electricity to all residents by 2040. This will support the county’s development for the next 20 years.

    Foreseeing the county’s Vision 2040 blueprint, the main goal in the energy sector is to improve ac. . .

  • Kenya Launches Chinese-built 50MW Solar Power Plant

    Posted on :Monday , 16th December 2019

    Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has launched a 50 MW solar power farm located in Garissa, northeast region, with the plant being one of the largest photovoltaic electricity stations in Africa.

    The project was designed and constructed by the EPC contractor China Jiangxi Corporation for International Economic and Technical Co-operation (CJIC), in conjunction with Kenya's Rural Energy Autho. . .

  • Murang'a Substation at Completion Stage: Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 16th December 2019

    Construction of the Murang'a substation in Kenya nears completion. Kenya Power Company (KPC) Manager, Eng. Harrison Kamau, confirmed the report and said that the project will be completed and equiped for commissioning by end of December.

    The 7.5MVA substation aims to strengthen power supply in Murang’a. It is being subsidized at Kenya Power Company (KPC) at a cost of U. . .


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