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  • Kenya Power Raises Alarm over Clients Solar Switch

    Posted on :Monday , 23rd November 2020

    The raising shift to solar power systems by heavy-consuming industrialists searching reliable and cheaper supply has rattled electricity distributor Kenya Power amid thinning revenues.

    The utility firm said some of its industrial customers who account for about 54.8 % of its sales revenues  are gradually shifting to own-generated solar power, dealing a further blow to its already dwi. . .

  • Tender Launched to Build Solar PV Plants in Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda

    Posted on :Monday , 23rd November 2020

    The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has launched a tender for the construction of ground-mounted solar projects with capacities ranging from 60 to 500 kW across Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda. “Bidding companies will be expected to offer on all the sites eventually selected for the tender,” the UNHCR specified.

    The projects will have a co. . .

  • Sh500 Million Released by Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project to 19 Private Companies

    Posted on :Thursday , 29th October 2020

    Residents of off-grid areas in Kenya are intended to benefit from the sale of quality solar and clean cooking products following the release of Sh500 million from the Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project (KOSAP) to 19 companies to facilitate the sale of their products in these counties.

    The released funds have provided the companies with the necessary facilitation to move into the countie. . .

  • Smart solar-powered water desalination system connected in Kenya

    Posted on :Tuesday , 6th October 2020

    GivePower, a non-profit organisation providing solar energy and clean, affordable water, has positioned a seawater desalination system at Likoni in Mombassa County in eastern Kenya.

    Powered entirely by solar energy and battery storage, GivePower's desalination systems are housed in 20-foot shipping containers and capable of transforming 70,000 litres of brackish and/or seawater into clea. . .

  • Kenya: Marco Borero wraps up financing for Nyeri solar PV project

    Posted on :Monday , 24th August 2020

    The Marco Borero Company has recently closed the financing for its solar photovoltaic project in Nyeri in central Kenya. The solar power plant that will be linked to the grid will have a capacity of 1.5 MWp.

    The Nyeri solar project is now arriving at the construction phase. Marco Borero Company lately completed its financing with the partaking of numerous financial institutions, together. . .

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