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  • Kiambu County Government Launches First Photovoltaic Lighting Project

    Posted on :Thursday , 4th July 2024

    Kiambu County Government has launched the first photovoltaic lighting project in Fort Jesus, Ruiru Sub-County, Kiambu.


    Governor Kimani Wamatangi, CECM of Lands, Housing, Physical Planning and Municipalities, Ms. Salome Muthoni and local MCAs introduced comprehensive solar street lights as a component of the urban transformation strategy.


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  • Off-Grid Solar Leads To An Increase In Light Sales In Africa

    Posted on :Tuesday , 4th June 2024

    A new survey highlights the growing popularity of off-grid solar lights in Africa, as more people choose cleaner lighting solutions.


    The analysis is based on sales data supplied by 32 solar energy kit manufacturers and 34 appliance manufacturers in the second half of 2023.


    The Global Off-Grid Lighting Association, a worldwide association for the off-grid so. . .

  • The LAAF Project to Provide 200 Solar Power Kits to Three Schools On Lamu Island

    Posted on :Friday , 17th May 2024

    200 solar power kits from the Lighting an African Family (LAAF) project will be presented to three schools in Lamu County.


    Donations of solar panels, batteries and lights will support education without the constraints of erratic electrical supplies.


    The solar power kits were given to the Manda Manewi Secondary School and the Manda Airport Primary and S. . .

  • Kiambu County Government Sets up first solar street light project in Fort Jesus

    Posted on :Wednesday , 10th April 2024

    The first solar street lighting project in Kiambu was put into service by the Kiambu County Government in Fort Jesus, Ruiru Sub-County.


    The integrated solar street lighting was introduced as part of the urban transformation strategy by Governor Kimani Wamatangi, Ms. Salome Muthoni, CECM of Lands, Housing, Physical Planning and Municipalities and local MCAs.

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  • Nairobi Receives Traffic Lights and CCTV at 125 Crossroads as Part of a China Agreement

    Posted on :Monday , 4th March 2024

    As part of a Chinese-funded initiative to improve safety and streamline traffic for both cars and people walking, 125 crossroads in Nairobi will get new traffic signals and traffic video surveillance cameras.


    According to the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA), a loan from the Exim Bank of China would be used to finance the project, which will be carried out by Chinese contra. . .


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