Kenya has been hailed for having one of the most developed energy sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa more so in green energy. The country opened its market to Independent Power Producers in the mid-1990s. Private companies are allowed to generate electricity, which they sell to government-controlled entities for transmission and distribution or use toward rural electrification in mostly off-grid areas.

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In 2022, 81% of Kenya’s electricity generation came from the low carbon sources of geothermal, hydro, wind, and solar power, half of which came from geothermal energy which Kenya has in abundance. There is an opportunity to generate cleaner, cost-effective energy in Kenya.

This guide aims to provide useful information to investors and stakeholders on legal aspects of the industry, such as applicable regulatory standards and tariffs.

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Should you have any questions about this power guide do not hesitate to contact Amyn Mussa or Ian Gaitta