The Kenyan government is now banking on the electricity generating company, KenGen, to effect the remaining 15 percent power cut.
This follows KenGen’s move to connect its Olkaria I unit VI to the national grid, which is poised to increase the company's output geothermal in the
Kenya Electricity Generating Company, (KenGen) and Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) have settled on building Ruai garbage power plant which will cost Kenyan taxpayer Ksh.22.4 billion.
In an agreement, KenGen will provide land while the NMS will provide municipal garbage.
“The project with an installed capacity of 45MW
Kenya Electricity Generating Company gained nine percent profit before tax posting Ksh.7.52 billion for the half-year period ended December 31, 2021.
This marks a huge improvement in KenGen’s revenue portfolio when it recorded Ksh.6.87 billion similar period in 2020.
The electricity generator has attributed the performance to
During the month of October 2021, conversations around the United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP26, ruled the airwaves and newspaper spaces, not to mention the social media platforms. The main discussions focused on global commitment to avert a climate crisis
KenGen has won the New Media Public Relations (PR) Campaign of the Year award for its #EnergyChampion initiative.
This announcement was made over the weekend during the Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK) annual awards Gala Dinner held in Nairobi.
The NSE-listed company outshined seven other leading
Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) posted a 93.5
percent drop in its net profit to Ksh.1.19 billion for the year ended June 30,
The drop was attributed to high tax expenses.
“It is important to note that as a result of the reversal of
the government tax relief COVID-19
In early August, scientists from the Intergovernmental Panel
on Climate Change (IPCC) released a report indicating that the world is already
sure to face further climate disruptions for decades, if not centuries, to
come. During the report's launch, United Nations Secretary-General António
Guterres described the report as a "code
Kenya Generating Electricity Company (KenGen) PLC has received
its fifth ISO re-certification after successfully going through rigorous audits
conducted by Bureau Veritas to confirm the company’s conformity to the
KenGen Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Environmental
Management Systems (EMS) were audited in June 2021 and found to be
The United Nations framework convention on climate change has allowed Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) to sell an equivalent of 4.6 million tonnes of carbon emissions earned over the last 18 months.
This was after the issuance of the
latest over two million tonnes of carbon emission
Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) PLC has
launched a youth empowerment program dubbed Y-Gen, that seeks to promote career
development of young employees as part of the Company’s diversity mainstreaming
Launched under the slogan ‘The Future is Now’, KenGen has
now moved to register the Y-Gen Youth Empowerment Program