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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nairobi, March 15th 2018……. Kenya Power yesterday launched Operation Ondokea Laini which will entails the demolition of illegal structures that have encroached on its wayleaves in Nairobi. Operation Ondokea Laini is being carried out under the auspices of the Multi-Sectoral Consultative Committee on Unsafe Structures constituted by the government to minimize fatalities caused by collapsed buildings.