Kenyan government still intends to develop coal industry, as of 2021

Least Cost Power Development Plan 2020–2040 (released 2021)

Kenya Draft 2021 Budget Policy Statement (January 25, 2021)

  • 150… the Government is committed to ensure an efficient and reliable production, transmission and distribution of affordable, clean and reliable energy.
  • 153. Going forward, the Government is set to boost power generation from the current 2,819 MW to over 6,700 MW with major energy sources being geothermal, coal, and wind, solar and hydro.
  • 230. The Sector’s Major Planned outputs during 2021/22–2023/24 MTEF Period include [plans to] drill 15 geothermal and 20 coal exploration wells…

Energy and Petroleum Statistics Report 2019

Energy Act (2019) — current

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Coal in Kenya

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Compiled research and news about ongoing attempts to develop a coal industry in Kenya. #deCOALonize

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