October 8th 2015
As part of its strategy to take its services closer to its customers, Kenya Power has opened a
new office in Elgeyo Marakwet County. The newly launched Iten office has been curved from
the larger North Rift region to facilitate the delivery of services to the utility’s customers in Iten
and surrounding areas. The new facilities will bring Kenya Power’s services closer to its 12,000
customers in the county.
Wednesday 7th October, 2015
As part of its CSR Programme, Kenya Power has contributed 9 million towards the
construction of Ollessos Stima Primary School in Lessos, Nandi County.
Thursday, 24th September, 2015
A technical fault on a high voltage line that supplies bulk electricity from Juja Road substation to Muthurwa substation and Nairobi CBD Jevanjee substation has this evening caused a power interruption affecting Nairobi City residents.
Kisii, September 17th 2015
Kenya Power has reaffirmed its commitment to making its services more accessible to its customers in Western Kenya through the creation of a new region. South Nyanza Region will be headquartered in Kisii town and will have jurisdiction over four counties namely Kisii, Nyamira, Migori, and Homa Bay.
Nairobi, September 16th 2015
In a show of confidence in the new leadership of Uchumi Supermarkets, Kenya Power has signed a Memorandum of Understanding which marks the re-establishment of a working relationship between the two entities.
Tuesday, 15th September, 2015
Thousands of Kenyans will benefit from access to affordable electricity connection following increased funding of electricity projects by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the Government of Kenya (Gok).
September 10th 2015
Residents of Nakuru County are set to enjoy better quality of power supply following the commissioning of Bahati substation by Kenya Power. The Shs.387 million power project is aimed at improving the power supply network serving the Bahati areas’ commercial and social hubs.
September 9th 2015
The quality of power supply to the residents of Naivasha Town is set to greatly improve following a massive exercise by national electricity distributor Kenya Power to rehabilitate the power equipment and network serving the area at a cost of Shs.50 million.
September 8th 2015
Kenya Power today launched a major network upgrade and street lighting project in the coastal city of Mombasa. The project, estimated to cost Shs.1.2 billion, will see the lighting up of the streets of Mombasa City.