Kenya: KTDA looking to expand renewable generation

Issue 263 - 16 Oct 2013 | 1 minute read
Prequalification closed at Kenya Tea Development Agency Holdings Ltd (KTDA) on 1 October for engineering, procurement and construction contractors for three hydroelectric plants at Tindinyo (6.6MW), Kipsonoi (3MW) and Nyambunde (2.1MW). Proposals were also due from consultants to carry out studies looking at the technical, financial and economic feasibility of solar PV facilities at KTDA tea factories.

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