What needs to be done to cut the high cost of electricity in Kenya

The question of what Kenya needs to do to bring down the cost of power has rightly dominated debate. With the injection of almost 900 megawatts of geothermal, solar and the Lake Turkana Wind Power project to the national grid over the past five years, Kenyans are justified in expecting a drop in their electricity bills.

The reality, however, is that this increased supply of cheaper power alone is not enough to reduce the cost of electricity; there is need to address the demand side of the equation.

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