Kenya: Electricity Distributor Promises Fewer Outages
The national power distributor signed a Sh4.2 billion loan agreement with aim of having more citizens connected and to improve electricity supply quality.
Capital FM, 8 August 2012
The Kenya Power and Lighting Company (Kenya Power) has signed a Sh4.2 billion loan agreement with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to help the national power distributor ... read more »
The Star, 1 August 2012
Between 1997 to date, the KPLC, one of the largest state corporations with multiple mandates - generating, transmitting and distributing electricity has undergone tremendous ... read more »
The Star, 26 July 2012
One of the guaranteed consequences of writing regular opinion columns is that you will sooner or later develop a deep and unhesitating contempt for anyone referred to as a ... read more »
Only 25 percent of Kenyan households have electricity and government has set a goal of 40 percent electricity access in households by 2020.