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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

Kenya rejects bid for Africa’s largest wind power plant

Source: Business Daily Africa Kenya has rejected a Swedish firm’s bid to construct Africa’s largest wind power plant in the coastal waters of Malindi, citing inadequate capacity for the project. Sweden-based VR Holding AB last year submitted an expression of interest to build a 600-megawatt wind project in the Indian

Kenya eyes domestic gas, coal for new power plants

Source: Reuters LAKE TURKANA, Kenya (Reuters) – Kenya aims to decide by the end of 2015 whether a gas discovery in the north of the country could fuel a power plant and wants to start using its own coal in about six years’ time for a power station being built,