C&I and off-grid predicted to benefit from Kenyan reform


Issue 469 - 02 Oct 2022 - By Marc Howard | 2 minute read

A move towards independent power transmission schemes being allowed to wheel power to private clients could prove a boon for commercial and industrial (C&I) developers. Panellists at the 20 September AIX Kenya roundtable predicted the environment will now become more favourable, following the election victory of William Ruto, after years when “we saw the government and utility push back on the C&I space owing to its revenue implications”.

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