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One step ahead

23 Aug

As the Kenyan economy becomes more urbanised, the booming economy’s appetite for energy grows. One of the main issues facing the country at the moment is erratic, unreliable power supply and costs.

One does tend to wonder- bearing this in mind, if renewable energy is a viable option for Kenya; shouldn’t the government be working on ensuring that everyone has access to a reliable inexpensive source of power? According to research, a transition process toward renewable energy sources is essential so as to mitigate the negative effects of climate change and reduce the cost of power.

It has become imperative that the economy plans for a more sustainable power supply. With this sentiment at heart; a 310 megawatt (MW) Kenyan wind power project has received approval to earn carbon emissions credits under the United Nations’ Clean Development Mechanism.  The power station project, which is set to begin in December, will be the fourth project in Kenya to get approval under the CDM.

Not that we need to hear this again, but renewable energy does actually save current energy consumption; something the manufacturing sector will appreciate as energy requirements have been increasing by 10% every year.

As the country takes a step ahead of most African courtiers, it looks set to cement its position as a regional economic powerhouse; Kenya has been racing against time to seek out new sources of energy to power its growing economic might in the region. Renewable energy is quickly proving to be one of the better options due to its lower costs and the availability of the natural resources needed for renewable power.


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