Published August 2019, African Energy's Kenya Power Report 2019/20 examines the effects of the new Energy Act, signed in to law by President Kenyatta in March 2019, and outlines the market’s attractions and downsides for power developers, financiers and other stakeholders.
Key features of the Kenya power report include:
- Political and economic risk analysis, including a risk management report;
- Policy and regulation outlook – including an assessment of the Energy Act 2019 and the market’s structure and operation;
- Exclusive power sector data: 15-year (2010-24) trends on installed capacity, broken down by fuel, technology, provinces and more – sourced from our African Energy Live Data platform;
- Up-to-date information on electricity supply and demand;
- Profiles of major projects and selected generation sub-sector developers and financiers;
- Overview of transmission infrastructure and planned developments;
- Analysis of resource availability including geothermal, solar and wind as well as expected developments in Kenya’s hydrocarbons industry;
- Overview of Kenya’s rapidly growing off-grid market;
- Major macroeconomic and business trends that impact on projects
Kenya Power Report 2019/20 is the second in a series of easy to digest studies presented by African Energy’s consultancy group. The reports provide instant market intelligence to those seeking new opportunities or for those looking to refresh their knowledge of Africa’s ever developing markets.
The reports present executives, financiers, investors, policy-makers and other stakeholders with a concise but authoritative document that provides an overview of a country’s politics, risk profile and the major macroeconomic and business trends that impact on projects. Each report profiles key players in the sector, market structure, fuel supply, tariff information, the competitive landscape, procurement initiatives, and T&D infrastructure.
The reports are Illustrated through maps and graphs, with exclusive power sector data from African Energy Live Data.
The first report focused on Ghana. The next report in the series will focus on Egypt – to be published August 2019.