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  • 400kV Konza-Isinya Power Line to be constructed by Chinese Firm

    Posted on :Wednesday , 4th December 2019

    China Aerospace Construction Group has disclosed construction of a 40-km 400kV Konza-Isinya transmission line, which will power Konza City as well as Kajiado, Makueni, and Machakos counties.

    The project, which is being contracted in partnership with Kenya’s ministry of energy, is focused to ensure constant supply of power for the proposed smart city located in Machakos. . .

  • Kenyan Government, Chinese Firm Introduces Construction of Major Power Transmission Project

    Posted on :Tuesday , 19th November 2019

    Kenya's ministry of energy and a Chinese firm, China Aerospace Construction Group, have launched the construction of an extensive power transmission project outside the capital, Nairobi.

    Once concluded, the 40 km, 400 Kva Konza-Isinya Transmission Line Project will ensure reliable power supply for Konza Technopolis, south of Nairobi.

    Li Naihong, deputy general manager China Aerosp. . .


    Posted on :Monday , 18th November 2019

    Kenya energy generator, KenGen has signed a Kshs 5.8 Bn deal to drill 12 geothermal wells in Ethiopia and boost the countries energy needs. In contract with Ethiopian independent power producer Tulu Moye Geothermal Operations (TMGO) PLC, KenGen will also grant water supply system and equipment.

    After KenGen, won a contract to drill geothermal wells for the Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) . . .

  • Successful Conclusion to the First Paka Well in Baringo County, Kenya

    Posted on :Wednesday , 2nd October 2019

    Kenya’s Geothermal Development Company (GDC) has disclosed that drilling of the Paka Well in Baringo County, Kenya has been completed successfully. Drilled for the Baringo-Silali geothermal project, a total of six wells are to be the basis of geothermal development at Baringo-Silali.

    Kenya’s aim to increase its geothermal projects across the country seems to be on the. . .

  • East & Southern African Power Grids will be Linked in Next 2 to 3 yrs

    Posted on :Friday , 27th September 2019

    The power grids of East and Southern African countries will be linked in the next two to three years after concluding with various high voltage lines, making the way for regional trade, said senior Kenyan energy official.

    Power shortfall and disruption are frequent across both regions and businesses often complain that poor or irregular supplies discourage investors and push up p. . .


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