How grid defection could disrupt energy monopoly in Kenya

It is no secret that high costs of power coupled with occasional reliability issues have forced some of the large industrial consumers, who account for approximately 54.8 percent of Kenya Power’s sales revenues, back to the drawing board. Another perhaps less talked about reason for grid defection in the country, is climate change and other environmental concerns.

As these take centre stage, responsible companies are taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint through incorporating green initiatives in their production, servicing and manufacturing methods.

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