Kenya

Suntech to supply 304 MW of modules to Voltalia

The news comes after Suntech recently announced a separate 116 MW module supply deal, with both orders related to Egypt’s mega Benban complex

Voltalia bags PPA for 50 MW in Kenya

A PV power plant will be located in Kopere, western Kenya, and will deliver electricity to local power provider KPLC

BBOXX raises €1 million for off-grid solar through crowdfunding

U.K.-based off-grid developer, BBOXX and online renewable energy investment platform, Trine have raised €1 million from crowdfunded investments in less than one month. The financing will be disbursed at the beginning of April, to enable BBOXX to scale up its operations in Kenya.

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Kenyatta University of Nairobi unveils “Centre of Excellence” with PV focus

Kenyatta University of Nairobi, has launched a Sh59 million (US$571,700) “Centre of Excellence” focused on the generation of solar energy in Kenya.

M-KOPA to invest $20 million in powering remote areas of Uganda and Kenya

160,000 units have been sold to date by the company, which includes 90,000 Solar TVs. 62.5 million hours per month of kerosene-free lighting will be provided, which estimates calculate will save over 600,000 tones of CO2 over a period of four years.

Kenya wants more solar

The Kenyan energy regulator has commissioned a study to assess the current status and potential of the country’s solar sector.

World Banks provides $150 million for off-grid solar in Kenya

The funds will be used to bring solar power solutions to the country’s under served northeastern counties.

Kenya’s newly signed 160 MW of solar PPAs: expensive?

Kenya signed this month PPAs for 160 MW of new solar PV plants at a price of US$0.12 per kWh. The price has sparked controversy.

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Kenya’s solar wakes up: 160 MW under development

Kenya is currently generating less than 1% of its electricity from solar PV installations, but this is going to change soon.

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USTDA helps Kenya build 40 MW solar-plus-storage power plant

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency will partner with Kenya-based engineering services provider Xago Africa on the development of the project. U.S. battery maker Suniva will supply a battery that will be combined with the facility.

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