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Why the Lamu coal plant doesn’t make sense

Kenyans pay high prices for electricity up to USD$0.19/kWh for residential customers compared to about US$0.10 in South Africa which is a barrier to the country’s sustainable economic development. The country is also expecting a steep rise in demand. To address this Kenya is modernising its electricity system and shifting away from costly diesel generators.

ESIA of The Lamu Coal Power Plant

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 Legal and Institutional Framework 03

Kenya Power Forecast Scenario of Q2 of 2016.

Thermal generation and capacity forecast puts the sector on the war path with the renewable energy projects  as more investments are put into the latter. Read more on the Research Q2 2016 Kenya Power Report on Lamu.      

Rapid Assessment Of The Extractive Industry Sector In Kitui County

The overall goal of this study was to gain abetter understanding of the institutional context,livelihood systems, stakeholder dynamics and the potential impacts or benefits of extractive operationsat the community level in Kitui County. The study was designed to achieve at least five interrelated specific objectives: 1.To have a social baseline