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The Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) was voted Africa’s 2014/2015 Energy Company in a survey featuring major utilities across the continent. Additionally, the 280MW - its flagship project and the world’s single largest geothermal project -has been voted as this year’s clean energy project. 
The company was feted at this year’s Africa Utilities’ Awards event bringing together experts to showcase renewable projects that are solving Africa’s energy challenges. The award ceremony was held in Cape Town, South Africa.
President Kenyatta led Kenyans in sending congratulatory messages to the company for the fete.

Monday, December 14, 2015 - 09:30

Hydro Generation to Go Up as Dams Fill Up

May 25 2015…Generation from the cheaper hydro sources is set to go up in the coming weeks following significant rise in water levels at the main power dams.

The dams at the main generating dams at the seven forks hydro-electric power and at the Turkwel power dam have been rising in recent weeks while inflows at the Sondu and Sangoro stations are good, according to energy planners at the public power generating company, KenGen.

Monday, December 14, 2015 - 09:30

KenGen strikes 33MW from New geothermal wells in Olkaria 

Olkaria Wells OW-923 Trio is among the biggest geothermal wells in the area

June 05 2015… The Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) has successfully drilled another set of big geothermal wells in this country, further boosting Kenya’s quest to be self sufficient in electricity.

Monday, December 14, 2015 - 09:30

KenGen Drilling Programme Records Unique Success 
June 25 : KenGen has recorded significant steam finds in Olkaria, putting the company in a prime position to begin the next phase of capacity enhancement projects which are largely based on geothermal energy.

Monday, December 14, 2015 - 09:45

KENGEN WINS PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS

Nairobi, Friday 28th August 2015………
KenGen scored a double win at the prestigious East African Power Industry Awards gala in Nairobi when the company was voted best in East Africa in the categories of Excellence in Power Generation and Outstanding Clean Power Project Award. Bot awards are in recognition for the 280MW Olkaria Geothermal Expansion Project.
The awards which honour outstanding power industry professionals, projects and companies in the East African region were awarded at a colorful dinner gala held on Thursday evening in a Nairobi City hotel. As an excellent power producer, judges based on the impact created by the 280MW project and the effort that went into making the project happen.

Monday, December 14, 2015 - 09:45

December 1 30 2015… Kenya's main power producer, KenGen, has enhanced output from hydro with the current heavy rains filling up the country’s major generating dams at the Seven Forks in Eastern Kenya.
Energy planners say all the dams in the cascade have attained their spilling levels while the main Masinga Dam is still two metres to spilling at 1054.32 meters above sea level (masl). 
The water levels at Kiambere- which is the lowest dam in the cascade, stood at 700.23 masl and is spilling 46 cubic meters (or 46 million litres) per second. At Masinga, the highest dam level is attained when the water reaches full supply level of 1,056.5 masl, beyond which the dam spills. 

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