Japanese Ambassador to Kenya HE Ken Okaniwa paid a courtesy call on MD & CEO Rebecca Miano at Stima Plaza. Discussions centred on areas of collaboration and enhanced partnership going forward with a bias to renewable energy and sustainability.
KenGen's Mechanical Engineer Sarah Gichonge takes Finlands's H.E Pirkka Tapiola through the control room of Olkaria V.
Finlands's H.E Pirkka Tapiola and Swedish Ambassador, HE Caroline Vicini, at the Olkaria IV control room.
Swedish Ambassador, HE Caroline Vicini (Second from right) Denmark's HE. Ole Thonke (Right), Finlands's H.E Pirkka Tapiola (Fourth from right) and Norway's H.E Gunnar A. Holm were hosted by GM, Corporate and Regulatory Services, Mary Maalu and he Geothermal development counterpart, Peketsa Mangi. #NordicInOlkaria
KenGen's Mechanical Engineer Sarah Gichonge takes Finlands's H.E Pirkka Tapiola through the control room of Olkaria V. #NordicInOlkaria
(Left to Right) KenGen's Finance & ICT Director, Dr. John Mudany, MD & CEO, Rebecca Miano, KenGen Chairman, Gen. (Rtd) Samson Mwathethe and KenGen Alternate Board Director, William Mbaka at KenGen's 69th AGM.
Energy Cabinet Secretary, Amb. Dr. Monica Juma (Centre) inspects progress on the ongoing installation of Olkaria 1 Geothermal Power Plant, Unit 6
Energy Cabinet Secretary, Amb. Dr. Monica Juma (R) confers with KenGen MD & CEO, Mrs. Rebecca Miano during a tour of OW-741 drilling rig site in Olkaria.
Energy Cabinet Secretary, Amb. Dr. Monica Juma speaks during a meeting with KenGen's Executive Leadership team during her maiden visit to KenGen's Olkaria geothermal power facilities.
Energy Cabinet Secretary, Amb. Dr. Monica Juma makes her remarks at the Olkaria Geothermal Spa during her maiden tour of KenGen's geothermal power facilities in Olkaria, Naivasha.
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Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) is the leading electric power generating company in East Africa. KenGen was incorporated in 1954 under the Kenyan Companies Act as Kenya Power Company (KPC) with the mandate to generate electricity through the development, management and operation of power plants. The shareholders of the Company later contracted East Africa Power & Lighting Company (EAP&L) to manage KPC. In 1983, EAP&L changed to Kenya Power & Lighting Company.