Tag: projects

Kenya Power relocates power lines to pave way for the Nairobi Expressway

24th September 2020…. Kenya Power has commenced the relocation of power lines between Mlolongo, Mombasa road and James Gichuru road to pave way for construction of the 27.1-kilometer-long Nairobi Expressway.

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Eucalyptus Tress Survey

Kenya Power is conducting a survey to determine the availability of mature raw eucalyptus trees for use in ongoing and upcoming power transmission and distribution projects.

We are therefore reaching out to tree farmers and plantation owners who have mature eucalyptus trees covering more than one hectare to declare the number of trees earmarked for processing into power transmission and distribution poles and the acreage covered by the trees.

The targeted species of trees are Eucalyptus Paniculata, E. Citriodora/maculata, E. microcorys, E. blobulus, E.  regnans, E. saligna and/or E. grandis. A mature eucalyptus tree shall be over 10 years old, with a diameter above 255mm (or 10 Inches) at breast height, very straight, and free from any physical defects.

Additional information required includes L.R number and the general location of the farm/plantation. The information shall be filled on a sample form available below or at the nearest Kenya Power county offices.   

This information should be submitted to the nearest Kenya Power county offices on or before 31st October, 2019 or scanned and emailed to pclangat@kplc.co.ke copy to mkirui@kplc.co.ke and smucheke@Kplc.co.ke

Please download, fill and submit the form below.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT - DATA COLLECTION & ANALYTICS (KENYA POWER INTERNATIONAL)

Applications are hereby invited for the following vacancy with Kenya Power

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Job Ref: HR: KP1/5B.2/1/3/948

Reporting to the Deputy Director, IES&R, the Research Assistant, Data Collection & Analytics being part of a team of researchers conducting research in team management and employee behavior shall undertake the following duties and responsibilities:

  • Data collection on team structure and how to foster Company culture
  • Data analysis using appropriate statistical software
  • Facilitate and help organize workshops that are designed to promote Company culture
  • Identification of ‘role-models’ to work with teams
  • Collaborate with other researchers in the project teams to relate inputs and outputs across models
  • Development of technical reports

The successful candidate will be placed on a 6 month’s fixed term contract.

Appointment Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution
  • More than one-year experience in data analytics
  • Demonstrable use of statistical software’s
  • Leadership skills in projects
  • Possession of skills in data mining and literature search
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

HOW TO APPLY

Interested persons should submit their applications online through visiting Kenya Power website on http://www.kplc.co.ke Applications should be received not later than Monday, 29th July 2019.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

Kenya Power is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

The successful candidate will be placed on a 6 month’s fixed term contract.

Appointment Requirements

HOW TO APPLY

Interested persons should submit their applications online through visiting Kenya Power website on http://www.kplc.co.ke Applications should be received not later than Monday, 29th July 2019.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

Kenya Power is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

    • Data collection on team structure and how to foster Company culture
    • Data analysis using appropriate statistical software
    • Facilitate and help organize workshops that are designed to promote Company culture
    • Identification of ‘role-models’ to work with teams
    • Collaborate with other researchers in the project teams to relate inputs and outputs across models
    • Development of technical reports
    • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution
    • More than one-year experience in data analytics
    • Demonstrable use of statistical software’s
    • Leadership skills in projects
    • Possession of skills in data mining and literature search
    • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Data collection on team structure and how to foster Company culture
  • Data analysis using appropriate statistical software
  • Facilitate and help organize workshops that are designed to promote Company culture
  • Identification of ‘role-models’ to work with teams
  • Collaborate with other researchers in the project teams to relate inputs and outputs across models
  • Development of technical reports

The successful candidate will be placed on a 6 month’s fixed term contract.

Appointment Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree from a recognized institution
  • More than one-year experience in data analytics
  • Demonstrable use of statistical software’s
  • Leadership skills in projects
  • Possession of skills in data mining and literature search
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

HOW TO APPLY

Interested persons should submit their applications online through visiting Kenya Power website on http://www.kplc.co.ke Applications should be received not later than Monday, 29th July 2019.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification.

Kenya Power is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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Migori markets to benefit from public lighting project spearheaded by Kenya Power

Migori, Wednesday, 27 February 2019…. Migori County Governor, Okoth Obado has today commissioned a street lighting project at Kegonga and Maeta markets in Kuria East constituency.

 

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Kenya Power to engage sector players in a bid to avoid development of excess capacity

Nairobi, 21st December, 2018………Kenya Power will deepen engagements with electricity sector players in seeking to harmonise and adopt an optimal generation expansion programme for the medium term.

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Kenya Power rolls out Wezesha Jamii programmes as part of its corporate social investment (CSI)

Nairobi, June 26th 2018….Kenya Power will spend KShs.13 million to fund Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes championed by employees across the country.

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Kenya Power to invest KShs.1.63 billion to boost electricity supply in North Rift region

Nairobi, June 19th 2018……. Kenya Power has set aside KShs.1.63 billion to finance various projects aimed at strengthening the distribution network in North Rift region, to provide adequate and reliable power supply.

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Kenya Power to invest KShs.1.63 billion to boost electricity supply in North Rift region

Nairobi, June 19th 2018……. Kenya Power has set aside KShs.1.63 billion to finance various projects aimed at strengthening the distribution network in North Rift region, to provide adequate and reliable power supply.

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Kenya Power to blacklist contractors for shoddy work

Nairobi, Thursday 24th May 2018......Kenya Power is in the process of blacklisting contractors for various projects for substandard work, failure to submit proper documentation and in certain cases interfering with the tendering process. 

 

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Kenya Power to improve electricity supply in Western Region

Nairobi, May 14th 2018……. Kenya Power will spend KShs.1.5 billion to implement various projects aimed at improving power supply in Kisumu and the wider Western and Southern Nyanza region.

 

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Kenya leads East Africa peers in access to electricity

Nairobi, May 8th 2018……. Electricity access rate in Kenya is the highest in East Africa according to the latest report from the World Bank tracking global achievements in sustainable energy for all.

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Kenya Power to enhance partnership with KAM to lower manufacturers’ energy costs

Nairobi, April 12th 2018……. Kenya Power has renewed its commitment to partner with the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) to carry out regular energy audits among manufacturers to maximise production efficiency.

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Enhancing supply quality to support manufacturing

Nairobi, March 22, 2018…Kenya Power is keen on enhancing service delivery to large power consumers in a bid to promote the manufacturing sector and encourage a 24-hour economy.

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Kenya Power customers increasingly preferring social media for engagement

Nairobi, October 4, 2017……Kenya Power customers are steadily adopting social media for engagement with the Company, shifting away from a tradition where they preferred calling or visiting the offices to get their issues addressed.

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Kenya Power to reduce customer connection timeline to ease investment

Nairobi, June 19, 2017…..Kenya Power is targeting to bring down the timeline for connecting new commercial customers to less than two months.

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Kenya Power to prioritise education in Corporate Social Investment (CSI)

Nairobi, June 16, 2017…..Kenya Power will spend 60 per cent of its CSI budget in promoting education programs across the country.

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Speech - Underground Cabling project - 13.06.2017

SPEECH NOTES BY THE AG. MANAGING DIRECTOR & CEO, DR. KEN TARUS, DURING A MEDIA BRIEFING TOUR OF THE UNDERGROUND CABLING PROJECT TO UPGRADE & REINFORCE NAIROBI CITY CENTRE NETWORK – TUES.13/06/17

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Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project (KOSAP)

KOSAPS proposed project development objective is to increase access to energy services in underserved counties of Kenya.

Providing equal opportunities to the entire country is key to achieving vision 2030 and especially the national target of achieving universal access to electricity by 2020. This desire has led the Government of Kenya to seek to close the access gap by providing electricity services to remote, low density and traditionally underserved areas of the country. The proposed K-OSAP directly promotes these objectives by supporting use of solar technology to drive electrification of households (including host communities around the refugee camp), enterprises, community facilities and water pumps.

Project Scope of K-OSAP
The project will target 14 out of the 47 counties in Kenya that have been defined as marginalized by the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA). The 14 underserved counties collectively represent 72% of the country’s total land area and 20% of the total population. The population is highly dispersed at a density of 4 times lower than the national average. These counties are also characterized by infrastructural deficits, including lack of access to roads, electricity, water and social services most of which are soon going to be a thing of the past thanks to devolution. The 14 counties include; Garissa, Isiolo, Kilifi, Kwale, Lamu, Mandera, Marsabit, Narok, Samburu, Taita
Taveta, Tana River, Turkana, Wajir and West Pokot. The total number of un-electrified households are roughly 1.2 million in these counties.

Project Documents

Kindly find below, all project documents. 

ESFM ANNEXES - K-OSAP

RPF Reports

SA Report

APPOINTMENT OF DR. KEN TARUS AS THE AG. MANAGING DIRECTOR & CEO - January 04, 2017, Nairobi:

The Kenya Power Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Ken Tarus as the Acting Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Company with effect from today (4th January 2017).

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