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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South Africa Unveils Solar Array at the Continent’s Largest Coal Port

The Port of Richards Bay, a key player in South Africa’s coal industry and the largest coal port in Africa, has taken a significant turn. The port has recently launched a substantial 20-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) plant, marking a pivotal moment for South Africa as it grapples with the environmental impact of coal-powered electricity….

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Kenya Power Faces Scrutiny Over Outage Limits Set by Epra

Frequent power outages in Kenya have become a significant concern, disrupting daily life and business operations. To address this issue, the Energy Regulatory Commission (Epra) has proposed regulations aimed at improving the reliability of power supply in Kenya by setting limits on blackouts and imposing penalties for exceeding these limits.  This move is crucial, as…

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Kenya Power’s Plan to Boost EV Usage with Free Charging

Kenya Power, the national electricity provider, has sparked an electric vehicle (EV) revolution with a groundbreaking initiative: free charging stations across Nairobi. This innovative program aims to address a significant hurdle hindering EV adoption – the lack of readily available charging infrastructure.  By providing readily accessible charging points, Kenya Power is paving the way for…

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