Kenya’s electricity demand is set to grow by 7.9% over the next 10 years, the Daily Nation has reported, quoting BMI Research.
BMI forecasts that around 50% of Kenya’s power will come from renewables by 2020, with gas-fired generation also set to rise.
Access to power has been boosted under current President Uhuru Kenyatta, who has made a major drive to industrialise Kenya.
Failing infrastructure, including the country’s power transmission systems, is a big problem in Kenya. Periodic blackouts occur in parts of the country....
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