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    Posted on :Monday , 30th October 2017

     Kenya is gearing up for a significant surge in the use of solar energy after the government started enforcing regulations that would see the installation of water heating systems in residential buildings.

    In a renewed drive in favor of clean energies and reduced reliance on hydro and thermal energy, Kenya will from this month enforce regulations requiring prop. . .

  • Rural Kenyans Adopt Solar Power

    Posted on :Wednesday , 17th January 2018

     Regina Ocholla, 70, has used a kerosene tin lamp all through her life until two months ago when her son financed the installation of solar panels in her three-roomed house.

    Ocholla, a resident of Nyakach village in Karachuonyo, South Nyanza, says she would spend at least Sh1,000 to Sh1,200 on paraffin every month, money she now saves for food.
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  • Kenya: Kenyatta University to get 100KWP Solar Plant

    Posted on :Tuesday , 9th January 2018

     A Centre of Excellence valued at Sh59 million has been launched at the Kenyatta University of Nairobi which hosted the third United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA).

    The initiative supported by the French government saw the construction of a 100kWp solar pilot plant unveiled at the university, through the technical help of a French industrial group speciali. . .

  • Solar Startups Bring Light To Remote Kenyan Villages

    Posted on :Thursday , 23rd November 2017

     Some 1.3 billion people around the globe don’t have access to an electric grid. But solar startup companies say harnessing an abundant resource -- the sun -- can light up some of the world’s most remote areas. In this Kenyan village, rooftop panels are becoming a cheap and promising source of light. 

    A young fellow from a small village in Keny. . .

  • SunCulture Launches Solar-Powered Water Pump In Kenya

    Posted on :Wednesday , 1st November 2017

     SunCulture the company from Africa, launched a solar-powered water pump in Kenya designed to offer smallholder farmers low cost solution to unreliable rainfall and lack of access to grid electricity.

    SunCulture said the RainMaker, a new internet-connected solar water pump system, targets mass market of underserved smallholder farmers in Asia, Africa, and Latin. . .

  • Africa Look to Play A Greater Role in Renewable Energy Market

    Posted on :Tuesday , 17th October 2017

     The newest edition of the ARF will this time provide a platform for discussions on a wide range of topics in global renewable energy development. Other major issues to be discussed will include climate resilience strategies, sustainable development and the goal of attaining the objectives of COP22.
    ARF this year will bring together government minist. . .


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