Energy in Kenya
Energy in Kenya describes energy and electricity production, consumption, import and export in Kenya. Kenya's current effective installed (grid connected) electricity capacity is 2,294 MW. Electricity...
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Renewable energy in Kenya
The renewable energy sector in Kenya is among the most active in Africa. In Kenya, investment grew from virtually zero in 2009 to US$1.3 billion in 2010 across technologies such as wind, geothermal, s...
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Wind power in Kenya
Wind power in Kenya generates a small but its proportion of the country's electricity increases, as the installed capacity has been grows. Currently there is only one major wind farm, Ngong Hills Wind...
Nuclear energy in Kenya
In September 2010 Former Energy and Petroleum Ministry PS Patrick Nyoike announced that Kenya aims to build a 1,000 MW nuclear power plant between 2017 and 2022. For Kenya to achieve middle-income sta...
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Kiraitu Murungi
Kiraitu Murungi (born 1 January 1952) is a Kenyan politician.
Kiraitu Murungi was born on 1 January 1952 in Kionyo village, Abogeta division of Meru District in Eastern Kenya. He attended Chuka Hi...
Hydroelectric power in Kenya
Hydroelectric power in Kenya currently accounts for about 49% of installed capacity, which is about 761MW. However, the Kenyan Government is strongly pushing for a shift to other alternative resources...
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Geothermal power in Kenya
Geothermal power is very cost-effective in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, East Africa. Kenya was the first African country to build geothermal energy sources. The Kenya Electricity Generating Company...
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Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP)
The Lake Turkana Wind Power Station (LTWP) is a controversial planned wind power project in Kenya, located on indigenous pastoralist land on the eastern shore of Lake Turkana, the world's largest alka...