As Drought Saps Hydropower, Steam May Keep Kenya Boiling
Over more than a decade, Kenya has invested over $1 billion in tapping the country's underground steam, including a $400 million loan from Japan to develop geothermal wells that are expected to come online in 2019 with 140 megawatts (MW) of new power, writes Maina Waruru for Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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