Kenya Power spends Sh5.5 billion on installation of electricity due to vandalism.
Kenya Power has announced that the constant vandalism of electrical materials is affecting them. This has result in the distribution company spending Sh5.5 billion in installation of street lights in Nairobi alone.
The distribution company has make sure … Read More
Wind power purchase set to reduce electricity bills in Kenya.
Residents in Kenya are set to have a reduce bill when it comes to electricity payment in the fourth quarter. This is after Kenya power plans to purchase wind-generated electricity at half price from October.
The plan is to first … Read More
Kenya Power will see its funding for the Last Mile Connectivity Project doubled by African Development Bank (AfDB).
AfDB gives Kenya US $30m for the first phase and second phase one of the Last Mile project money. The funds will cover 600,000 Kenyan households connected to electricity with 314,000 targeted … Read More
Kenya Association of Manufactures (KAM) in partnership with Kenya Power invests US $15m to stabilize the power sector in Kenya.
Kenya Association of Manufactures (KAM) are in partnership with Kenya Power to stabilize power in Nyanza and West Kenya. The project will cost US $15m and involves the installation of … Read More
Kenya Power to install new transformers and repair old substations with the aim of improving supply.
Kenya Power and Lighting company (KPLC) is investing US$15 million to enhance power supply in Kisumu. The project will include repairs on existing substations and distribution lines and also installation of new transformer.
The … Read More
Second phase of Kenya’s Last Mile Connectivity Project (LMCP) begins.
Kenya’s utility company, Kenya Power, have signed 23 contracts for the implementation of the government initiative termed Last Mile Connectivity Project (LMCP), which aims to connect the entire country to the national electricity grid.
The project which is already in … Read More