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  • Can Solar Cells & Ceramic Materials Form a Sustainable Solution to the Prevailing Energy Needs?

    After a highly spirited World Energy Day student competition, spearheaded by Eenovators Limited, a clear winner emerged from the participating lot. The judges liked the ingenious creativity of the concept submitted by Melvis Wachira, a student at Dedan Kimathi University of Technology. Read about her experience of taking part and…

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  • EENOVATORS WINS ENERGY AWARD 2016 – WASHINGTON DC

    It is celebration time at Eenovators! Our CEO Eng. Chris Mbori has through the innovative energy initiatives and projects spearheaded by Eenovators since inception, emerged as the winner of the Young Energy Professionals Award for Sub- Saharan Africa during the World Energy Engineering Congress in Washington, DC. This marks a…

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  • Africa Embraces Renewable Energy

    By Albert Odiyo Renewable energy, especially Solar Energy, has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years in Africa. The growth has been occasioned by the need to improve access to electricity to the African population and the desire to embrace clean energy technologies. The Statistics According to Power Africa,…

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  • Can Water Use Also Be More Efficient?

    By Ombajo  V Gedion Of all the resources that seem to have long been forgotten, water leads the pack. Rarely do we hear of its conservation or efficient use being championed. Throughout history, water has been inexpensive to a larger extent and has also been greatly perceived to be plenteous.…

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  • How to go green with Lighting

    By Ombajo V Gedion Going green is so common a phrase as it possibly can be. It’s mostly a phrase many people like to identify with but don’t exactly know how to go about. For major corporates, it is a phrase that if well packaged and mentioned around, it can…

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  • How to Live Green Electrically

      By Ombajo V Gedion Electricity consumers are often complaining about high power bills, everyone does not seem to be at ease paying high power bills. In some cases, electricity is not viewed as a commodity but a right. And one thing about a right is that it’s supposed to…

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