Kenya Power injects US$6.5 million into off-grid renewable projects

Kenya Power & Lighting, Kenya’s state-owned utility company, has announced its intention to invest KES560 million (US$6.5 million) in the development of off-grid renewable energy projects in Kenya.

As part of its plans, the company will develop solar and wind projects in the country’s North Eastern and Rift Valley

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Government invests Shs.560 million in off grid power projects

Kenya Power is developing renewable power projects in North Eastern and Rift Valley at a total cost of Shs.560 million to complement diesel generation in areas not connected to the national grid (off grid).
 
Once all are operational, the solar and wind power projects will help Kenya Power reduce use of fuel that runs the off grid diesel generators, thereby saving an estimated Shs.50 million annually.

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KENYA POWER DEVELOPING RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS

Kenya Power & Lighting Co. Ltd. (Kenya Power), the country's main power utility, is developing renewable power projects in North Eastern and Rift Valley provinces at a total cost of 560 million shillings (one USD = about 86 shillings) to complement diesel generation in areas not connected to the National Grid.

Once operational, the solar and wind power projects will help Kenya Power reduce the use of fuel that runs the

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