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Political economy of Lamu coal plant and why we don’t need it

“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence,” said John Adams, the second President of the United States. Do we need a 1,000MW coal power plant? Our installed electricity generating capacity

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Please feel free to use our repository of developed graphics to share on social media, update your profiles, and spread the word about our cause. Social Media Avatars and Icons Media Quotes A repository of quotes, called “Speak out!“made from local community members, politicians, academics, and other professionals speaking about coal

UPDATE 2-Kenya’s Centum to start building coal power plant in Dec

Source: Reuters A consortium including Centum will start building a 1,000 megawatt coal-fired power plant in Kenya next month, the investment firm said on Wednesday as it reported a 75 percent jump in first-half pretax profit. Centum is the biggest investment company on the Nairobi bourse with interests in real

Kenyan consortium says wins tender to build 1,000-MW coal plant

Source: Reuters A consortium led by two Kenyan firms won a government tender to build a 1,000-MW, coal-fired power plant, company officials said on Tuesday, part of moves to satisfy rising demand for energy in East Africa’s biggest economy. Kenya suffers from regular blackouts due to supply shortfalls and an