Kenyatta shuffles the deck as Kenya moves to renegotiate power purchase deals


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Issue 447 - 07 Oct 2021 - By Dan Marks | 10 minute read

A presidential taskforce report which recommended that PPAs be redrawn has been greeted with resignation by stakeholders who have been ground down by years of dithering. Industry players are now left hoping the government will adopt a realistic outlook in renegotiations, writes Dan Marks

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