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  • French Firm To Construct 40-Megawatt Solar Plant In Eldoret

    Posted on :Monday , 7th January 2019

    Compatriot enewable energy firm Voltalia has been chosen by Kenya-based French solar firm Alten Africa to build its 40-megawatt (MW) solar plant in Eldoret.Alten said Voltalia it already started building at the Uasin Gishu project last December.

    “Alten Africa ratifies the choice of Voltalia to execute the EPC (engineering, procurement, construction) and O & M (operation. . .

  • KENYA: East Africa's first solar airport will open in 2019

    Posted on :Friday , 9th November 2018

    Moi International Airport in Mombasa will be the first solar-powered airport in East Africa. That is the purpose of the contract that Solarcentury has just won for the installation of a photovoltaic power plant at Kenya's second airport. The work to be completed within 10 months is part of the "Capacity Building for Reducing CO2 Emissions from International Aviation" programme impleme. . .

  • Solar project launched to benefit 600 million Africans

    Posted on :Friday , 12th October 2018

    The leading provider of consumer goods in Africa, Unilever Kenya and Azuri Technologies, a leading provider of pay-as-you-go solar home systems, announced a partnership to bring solar home solutions to millions of more off-grid homes across Kenya.

    Unilever’s distribution network, which in Kenya is some 67,000 smallholder traders will be offering the Azuri’s Quad solar home s. . .

  • Solar Pumps Transforming Rural Agricultural Landscape

    Posted on :Friday , 10th August 2018

    Throughout the developing world, solar pumps are changing the agricultural landscape. The availability of power throughout the year, as well as government interest across the globe, are benefits in the fight against climate change.

     An analysis shows that small solar pumps are a better alternative for 11% of the contemporary and future small motorized fuel hydrocarbon pumps on smal. . .

  • East Africa- Solar power creating new economic opportunities

    Posted on :Thursday , 19th July 2018

     A report that highlighted the new economic benefits to households in East Africa from off-grid solar power was released by GOGLA, the non-profit trade body for off-grid solar power.

     
    The researchers collated data from 2,300 solar owners in Kenya, Rwanda, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda to work out the impact of new renewable installation on their livelihood.

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