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Kenya Power to invest KShs.1.63 billion to boost electricity supply in North Rift region

Nairobi, June 19th 2018……. Kenya Power has set aside KShs.1.63 billion to finance various projects aimed at strengthening the distribution network in North Rift region, to provide adequate and reliable power supply.

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Kenya Power to invest KShs.1.63 billion to boost electricity supply in North Rift region

Nairobi, June 19th 2018……. Kenya Power has set aside KShs.1.63 billion to finance various projects aimed at strengthening the distribution network in North Rift region, to provide adequate and reliable power supply.

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Electricity Supply to City Hall disconnected over unpaid bills

Nairobi, 7th June 2018……. Kenya Power has disconnected electricity supply to City Hall over unpaid bills amounting to Shs.990 million.

 

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Kenya Power announces new corporate structure to drive business growth

Nairobi, May 28th 2018……. Kenya Power has reorganised its corporate structure for improved customer service and effective management operations in line with its new business growth strategy.  

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Kenya Power to blacklist contractors for shoddy work

Nairobi, Thursday 24th May 2018......Kenya Power is in the process of blacklisting contractors for various projects for substandard work, failure to submit proper documentation and in certain cases interfering with the tendering process. 

 

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Kenya Power to improve electricity supply in Western Region

Nairobi, May 14th 2018……. Kenya Power will spend KShs.1.5 billion to implement various projects aimed at improving power supply in Kisumu and the wider Western and Southern Nyanza region.

 

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Power lines swept away in Solai, Nakuru County

Nairobi, May 10th 2018…. Solai dam in Nakuru County burst its banks last night and the raging waters from the dam left a trail of death and destruction. Among the infrastructure destroyed by the water were power lines.

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Lamu Power Outage

Nairobi, May 8th, 2018….. This morning a fault developed on the 32kV line supplying power to Lamu from Kakuyuni leading to an outage.

Our teams are currently working to establish the cause of the fault and address it in order to restore supply.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this incident.

For more information, contact:

The Corporate Communications Department, Kenya Power

Tel.: 0711 031 975

E-mail: CorporateComms@kplc.co.ke

 

Kenya leads East Africa peers in access to electricity

Nairobi, May 8th 2018……. Electricity access rate in Kenya is the highest in East Africa according to the latest report from the World Bank tracking global achievements in sustainable energy for all.

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Kenya Power to enhance partnership with KAM to lower manufacturers’ energy costs

Nairobi, April 12th 2018……. Kenya Power has renewed its commitment to partner with the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) to carry out regular energy audits among manufacturers to maximise production efficiency.

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Kenya Power cracks down on illegal connections in Tassia Estate

Nairobi, April 4, 2018…….Kenya Power has today disconnected electricity supply to more than 20 flats in Nairobi’s Tassia Estate in an operation aimed at stamping out illegal electricity connections.

 

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Enhancing supply quality to support manufacturing

Nairobi, March 22, 2018…Kenya Power is keen on enhancing service delivery to large power consumers in a bid to promote the manufacturing sector and encourage a 24-hour economy.

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