March 30th, 2019 | by David Zarembka
I do not need to feel guilty about contributing to global warming when my grandchildren turn on the TV to watch cartoons. This is because I live in rural, western Kenya, where 87% of the electricity is from renewal sources — the nirvana of Green Deal activists
September 3rd, 2011 | by Andrew
With climate change, food and energy security prominent and increasingly urgent concerns in East Africa, Kenya and the regional African Rift Geothermal Development Facility are working to accelerate development of the region's vast geothermal energy resources, which are estimated to range between 7GW and 10GW in Kenya alone. Nineteen companies just submitted bids to Kenya's Geothermal Development Co. to develop eight 100MW geothermal power plants in the country's northwest. The government anticipates that geothermal power will supply 30% of the country's 15,000MW in additional generation capacity over the next 20 years.