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  • Mcx Environmental to construct 30-Megawatt Solar Park in Mwale Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 22nd July 2019

    Mwale Medical and Technology City (MMTC), Kenya's green city under construction, will soon be armed with a solar photovoltaic plant. The 30 MW plant will be constructed by the American company MCX Environmental Energy Corp.

    MCX Environmental Energy Corp, a US company specializing in renewable energy production, declared that it will build a solar photovoltaic park in Mwale Medical and. . .

  • Kenya to Supply Solar Solutions in Backward Counties

    Posted on :Tuesday , 9th July 2019

    The government of Kenya has started a US$47mn facility under the Kenya-Off-Grid Solar Access Project (KOSAP) to provide viable solar and clean cooking solutions to 1.1mn people in the 14 marginalised counties of West Pokot, Turkana, Marsabit, Samburu, Isiolo, Mandera, Wajir, Garrisa, Tana River, Lamu, Kilifi, Kwale, Taita Taveta and Narok

    The results-based financing. . .

  • Unilever & Crossboundary Energy Discloses 619 Kwp Solar Plant in Kenya

    Posted on :Tuesday , 28th May 2019

    Unilever Tea Kenya and CrossBoundary Energy have authorized a 619 kWp solar plant at the company’s Kericho tea factory. This is the first on-site solar installation for a Unilever facility in Sub-Saharan Africa, and it brings the company near to its target of sourcing 100% of total energy from renewables by 2030.

    With the addition of solar PV to its actual hydroelectric . . .

  • Kenya to Construct 300 MW Solar Plant in Zambia

    Posted on :Saturday , 11th May 2019

    Kenya plans a deal to construct a 300MW solar plant in Zambia at a cost of US $500m focused at expanding the county’s generation capacity, re-balancing the reliability on hydropower and supporting the rural electrification programme.

    The Nairobi-based renewable energy company, Xago Africa that secured the contract will undertake the project in a joint venture with Zambia. . .

  • Solar power plant in Kenya gets 52 million Pounds Funding from UK

    Posted on :Thursday , 9th May 2019

    Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has welcomed funding totaling £52 million that has been raised for a solar power plant in Kenya.

    The project, run by British-headquartered power company Globeleq and funded by CDC, the UK’s development finance institution, is due to come online in 2020.
    It will enable clean electricity to the Malindi region in. . .


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