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  • KENYA: Boreal Inaugurates A New Solar-Powered Water Desalination System

    Posted on :Wednesday , 17th November 2021

    New drinking water kiosks designed by Boreal Light supply a school, a vocational training centre, a mosque, a tailoring shop and oil extraction facilities on the southern coast of Kenya. The drinking water is obtained from a new desalination system powered by a 15 kWh solar mini-grid. Called "Shimoni WaterKiosk", the solution was installed by Kenyan start-up WaterKiosk Africa.


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  • Labacorp Energy to Establish New Solar Academy in Kenya

    Posted on :Monday , 23rd August 2021

    Labacorp Energy, a Cameroonian indigenous company, has announced that it will open a new solar academy in Kenya to support the government objectives towards a sustainable source of power in the country's energy sector by grooming more solar skilled workers.


    Labacorp will work with its joint venture partner, Mission Excellence Kenya, to establish the solar academy in the in Na. . .

  • EAST AFRICA: Starsight Enters the Solar Market for C&I Customers

    Posted on :Wednesday , 19th May 2021

    Starsight Energy is strengthening its position in Africa. The solar energy provider has for long had its eye on the East African market. The Lagos based company now has the means to fulfil its ambitions by acquiring a 50 per cent stake in Premier Solar Group, a company that supplies solar energy to businesses in Kenya.


    The 2 partners have decided to launch Starsight Premier E. . .

  • Kenya: The Next Decade Will See Many New Solar Photovoltaic

    Posted on :Monday , 23rd August 2021

    According to the Kenyan Government's power development plans, the next decade will see many new solar photovoltaic and wind power plants added in the national grid. This new capacity would support in supplying the whole country's growing electricity demand, resulting from continued economic growth and broadening electrification targeted under Vision 2030. 


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  • KENYA: Ecoligo Connects Floating Solar Power Plant to Rift Valley Roses Farm

    Posted on :Tuesday , 20th April 2021

    German energy company Ecoligo has commissioned a floating solar power plant at the Rift Valley Roses flower farm. The 69 kWp plant reduces the environmental impact of the farm located near Nairobi, Kenya.


    Announced a few months ago, the Ecoligo floating solar power plant is now operational. The plant supplies 69 kWp to the Rift Valley Roses flower farm, located near Lake Naiv. . .


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