Electricity distributor Kenya Power is negotiating a Sh29.3 billion loan from the Chinese government to finance the conversion of its overhead cables to underground lines in Nairobi, Kisumu, and Mombasa.
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Dates: 03 - 05 May, 2018
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Kenya has a well-developed building and construction industry with quality engineering, building and architectural design services being readily available. This industry is currently on an upward trend following re-habilitation and reconstruction of roads and bridges etc.
With increase in population, and growing demand for affordable housing, opportunities exist in the construction of residential, commercial and industrial buildings including prefabricated low-cost housing. Investors can also manufacture and supply construction materials and components for the sector.
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Ashurst has been advising the developer, Aeolus Kenya Limited, in relation to the development and financing of a 60MW onshore wind project in Kinangop.
KWALE and likoni Coast Water Services Board yesterday unveiled a Sh248 million new water boreholes project in the area. The Tiwi boreholes and Likoni pipeline water works were yesterday commissioned by water and irrigation ministry PS David Stower.
The Kenyan government today partnered withNailab, a Kenyan incubator, to launch a $1.6 million technology incubation program in an effort to support Ã¢â‚¬â„¢s growing information and communications technology (ICT) startup community. The Kenyan government aims to become one the top 10 ICT hubs in the world.
Three of KenyaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s top universities are to benefit from a partnership with global technology company IBM to provide ICT for learning modules.
In an effort to meet growing demand for highly skilled IT professionals, three of KenyaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s leading universities are teaming with technology giant IBM to create an advanced educational and training environment.
Women in Nairobi and the region as a whole can now expect to receive high quality maternity care thanks to the newly boutique hospital.
Royal Gardens Hospital aims to deliver world class reproductive health and child health services in a more friendly and comfortable environment.
While Kenyan tea exports are set to increase by four percent this year, a strategy has put in place to find other uses for the humble tea leaf.
The future is looking rosy for a Kenyan cup of tea with forecasts that exports are expected to grow by four percent to Sh116 billion in 2013.