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Women In energy

Women In energy

 


The production; supply and use of energy are major contributors to climate change; especially when examining non-clean energy sources and efficiency of use,” Eng. Margaret Kanini from Kenya Power said. As such, all stakeholders should work towards a climate-resilient future.
Kenya Power is progressively moving toward modern and cleaner energies by purchasing hydro and geothermal energy, which are renewable. For the supply security, Kenya Power continues to include a small portion of thermal energy.

KenGen’s Impact on Kenya’s Energy Landscape

KenGen’s Impact on Kenya’s Energy Landscape

 

KenGen is a big influencer of Kenya’s energy landscape. When we talk about energy, we talk about the trilemma—the triangle of energy which includes access, social impact, and sustainability and energy security, which also considers funding the energy projects. 

The Case for Nuclear Electricity

The Case for Nuclear Electricity

 

At the Women in Energy Awards and Conference in 2017, Josephine Sinyo made the case for nuclear electricity on behalf of the Kenya Nuclear Electricity Board.KNEB describes nuclear electricity as reliable, affordable, dependable, sustainable and clean.

 


As a promoter of nuclear electricity, KNEB advocates for nuclear power plants that are specific for electricity. Nuclear electricity began as a government project in 2011 and is envisioned in Vision 2030.
 

 

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