Kenya to Start Building Nuclear Power Plant in 2027, Aiming for Zero-Carbon Energy

Kenya plans to start building its first nuclear power plant in 2027, aiming to diversify its energy generation and reduce reliance on dirty thermal plants, according to The East African. The plant is expected to have a capacity of 1,000 megawatts (MW) and be commissioned by 2034-2035. Acting CEO of the Nuclear Power and Energy…

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Rwanda signs a Rwf90 Billion Nuclear Energy Deal with Dual Fluid Energy

Dual Fluid Energy-a Canadian-German nuclear technology firm announced on Tuesday, September 12, a new partnership with the Rwandan government to collaborate on the development of a nuclear reactor in the country. The deal signed in Kigali by the firm’s President and Chairman Armin Huke, and the Rwanda Atomic Energy Board (RAEB) Chief Executive Fidel Ndahayo…

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