Magdaline Mwihaki

Is Wave Energy the Key to Kenya’s Power Revolution?

Kenya’s breathtaking coastline stretches over 600 kilometers, a vast expanse perpetually kissed by the rhythm of the waves.  Yet this immense potential source of clean energy remains largely untapped. Wave energy technology offers a revolutionary solution, with the power to transform lives and livelihoods in coastal communities that have long grappled with limited or non-existent…

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Adesina Expands AfDB’s Ambitions for Energy, Infrastructure, and Beyond

Akinwumi Adesina, the charismatic leader at the helm of the African Development Bank (AfDB), is a force of nature shaping Africa’s destiny. He is redefining the continent’s development trajectory with bold vision and unwavering determination. Adesina’s audacious plan transcends traditional models, focusing on unlocking Africa’s boundless potential and addressing the foundations of sustainable development. This…

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Victor Ezenwoko’s Vision for Africa’s Renewable Future

Across Africa, the challenge of reliable and affordable energy access remains a persistent hurdle. Businesses struggle to operate efficiently, homes experience frequent blackouts, and communities grapple with limited opportunities for development.  However, a revolution is brewing, harnessing the continent’s abundant natural resources to power a brighter future. Pioneering companies like Daystar Power, led by the…

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Kenya Power to Upgrade 7.4 Million Prepaid Meters

For Kenyans, reliable and affordable electricity is a cornerstone of daily life, powering homes, businesses, and vital infrastructure. Recognizing this, Kenya Power has embarked on an ambitious campaign dubbed “Update Token Meter Yako” (Swahili for “Update Your Token Meter”). This mammoth undertaking aims to secure the nation’s energy future, one meter at a time. The…

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What Impact Will Vivo Energy Kenya Have on Logistics?

Leading oil and marketing company Vivo Energy Kenya took a bold step on June 10th, 2024, to shape the future of Kenya’s commercial road transport industry. The firm, well-known for distributing and marketing Shell products, convened a landmark conference in Mombasa.  Titled “Fueling Discussions for Transformation,” the event served as a rallying cry for the…

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KPLC announces 13.7% reduction in cost of electricity for April

Kenya’s economic growth is deeply intertwined with reliable and affordable energy. The recent rise in electricity costs serves as a stark reminder of the delicate energy balance the country faces. The 2.8% increase in electricity prices, coupled with the Fuel Energy Charge at Sh3.59 per unit, highlights the pressing need for a sustainable energy transition….

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