Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) News

How Kenya has become a geothermal superpower

How Kenya has become a geothermal superpower (Video)

Kenya is a global superpower of the flower trade, and Oserian, one of the largest fair-trade flower farms in the country, is a major reason why.

Felichesmi Mramba, Managing Director, Tanzania Electric Supply Company (TANESCO)

Tanzania plans Ethiopia energy imports as 12-nation regional power pool emerges

Tanzania expects to begin importing electricity from Ethiopia in 2019 when the eastern African nations complete interconnection grids currently to form a regional power pool.

African Development Bank closes $200M for first renewable energy fund dedicated to Sub-Saharan Africa.

African Development Bank closes $200M for first renewable energy fund dedicated to Sub-Saharan Africa

The African Renewable Energy Fund (AREF), a dedicated renewable energy fund focused on sub-Saharan Africa, announced during the African Development Bank’s “Energy Week” that it successfully reached its final close at its hard cap of $200 million of committed capital.

Modderfontein development, South Africa

Africa's megaprojects: 326 billion reasons Africa is on the move (Photos, Infographic & Video)

When the new, expanded Suez Canal was inaugurated on August 6, the world marveled at the endeavor and single-mindedness that had born — and bored — 72 kilometers of new waterways through the Egyptian earth.

Kenya's KenGen to add 450 MW to electric grid from renewables in three years

Kenya's KenGen to add 450 MW to electric grid from renewables in three years

Power producer Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) plans to add another 450 megawatts (MW) to the grid from wind and geothermal in the next three years at a cost of at least $710 million, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Olkaria -Geothermal- Power Plant

Kenya's Biggest Challenge: Power Generation

Kenya, a visually stunning country of 45 million people, is blessed in many ways. It has the largest and most advanced economy in East Africa along with the best ICT (Information and Communications Technology) infrastructure of any country in the region.