The KenGen Board has recommended a final dividend of Ksh 0.25 for the year for every ordinary share of Ksh 2.50 which amounts to Ksh 1.65 billion for the year. Read More
In Kenya, the company whose mandate is to generate energy through development, management and operation of power plants with a market share of 75% - Read More
The company which is currently handling two major geothermal drilling contracts in Ethiopia. KenGen is also providing consultancy services in other African countries. Read More
As a progressive organization keen on reducing its carbon emissions, our energy sources include hydro, wind and geothermal. Read More
Our mission is to generate competitively priced electricity using state of the art technology, skilled and motivated human resource to ensure financial success. Read More
Over the years, we have been able to originate and implement ideas which have spurred growth within the organization and created additional revenue streams for the organization. Read More
We have made deliberate effort to uplift the status of women through the Pink Energy initiative which has enhanced the potential of women employees at KenGen.
We have been able to improve their quality of life by providing water supply, undertaking environmental conservation projects, providing scholarships for bright and less privileged students and undertaking infrastructural development, among other initiatives.
As an institution keen on economic, social and environmental sustainability, we have incorporated Sustainable Development Goals in our strategy. We are a member of the United Nations Global Compact network. Read More
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.