• World Energy Day 2019 – Topics

    By Carolyne Gathuru Amplifying the Energy and Climate Change Conversation – Unveiling The World Energy Day 2019 Menu…. What better time than this to be championing the discourse around the Energy and Climate Change agenda. What with the world decrying the sorry state of energy affairs in the continent and…

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  • Energy Trends in Kenya

    Since 2005, the Kenyan energy sector has received a major boost. Mainly through large investments in wind and geothermal energy projects. However, the demand for energy is increasing at a very fast rate due to population increase and industrialization. On the global front, demand for energy is two-fold. With users…

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  • SOLAR ENERGY AND HOMES

    By Ombajo G Vincent Energy consciousness, environmental sustainability, green energy…these seem to be the emerging buzzwords of the 21st century. Energy, its sources and usage are defining the ways of life and how businesses operate in more potent extents that have never even been imaginable before. Most importantly, the most…

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  • THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN POWER AND ENERGY

    By Ombajo Vincent Gedion The confusion surrounding these two words cannot be gainsaid. In fact, the confusion also reigns within professional circles of engineers, scientists and technicians. And when the two words are in the vicinity of each other, for instance in a sentence, the mix-up doubles even more. Energy…

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  • Energy Auditing Tools

    Energy Auditing involves using various measuring equipment depending on the investigation being carried out. In order to fully understand energy auditing it is imperative to have some idea of the equipment that is used and the various parameters being measured. We have divided this into four categories: – • Electrical…

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  • Wind Energy in Kenya – Not blowing us away?

    It goes without saying that the Turkana wind power project will do a lot of good for the Kenyan power situation. With the power to add 310 megawatts to the national grid, this project will account for 13% of Kenya’s power supply. Plagued by a variety of setbacks, it is…

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