Kenya has been ranked first for the highest representation of women as board directors in the continent, as per the report released last month by the African Development Bank (AfDB) at the World Economic Forum Africa.
On July 2nd, H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta officially opened Africa’s biggest wind power project in Laisamis, Marsabit making a huge step towards leading in green energy production in the continent. The project will cost €623 million making it the biggest single private sector initiative on the African Continent.
Kenya’s Mining Cabinet Secretary, Honourable Najib Balala is in London this week to engage with mining industry investors to elaborate on the new Mining Act due to come into effect by the 27th of August 2015, as well as meet various stakeholders in the mining sector. He will conclude his London visit with a presentation at […]
The Kenyan government has presented Kshs 2 trillion budget for 2015/16 financial year making a huge step towards improving the business environment in the coming years.
The Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Mr. Liu Xianfa has announced that China has signed an agreement to assist Kenya in constructing a 50-megawatt plant, as part of an ongoing investment plan between the two countries. The plant will be built in Garissa County to provide energy in the region. It will also be a tangible […]
On 11th June 2015, Two Kenyan based organisations were recipients of the Ashden Awards a globally recognised measure for excellence in the field of green energy. The High Commissioner attended the awards to support the two Kenyan based recipients held at at the Royal Geographical Society in London.Which presented 11 pioneering sustainable energy organisations with a prize worth of […]