The Mipakani Project is an open-access knowledge base covering the Lamu-South Sudan-Ethiopia Transport (LAPSSET) Corridor and other development initiatives in northern Kenya and bordering countries. Since the Lamu coal plant is proposed to be constructed within the LAPSSET port area in Lamu, the Mipakani website
Copy of the license issued by the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) to approve the Lamu Coal Power plant on September 9, 2016. Download PDF Version.
The official Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Study (Known as the EIA or ESIA) of the 1.050 Lamu Coal Power Plant undertaken by Amu Power and submitted to the National Environmental Management Authority. DOWNLOAD REPORT BELOW 00 Project Details 01 Executive Summary 02 Policy
Theme briefing- RENEWABLES
This is the first coal fired power plant in Kenya to be fired by imported coal from South Africa coming through the Lamu Port to be constructed under the LAPSSET project. Read more on MoE Construction Project Profile.