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Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Centre) and Japanese Ambassador to Kenya Tatsushi Terada (Left) today, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at the National Treasury building sign notes for Olkaria V Geothermal Power Plant in which Japan loans Kenya Sh 40 billion (45.69 billion Yen) for the construction of the 140 MW geothermal power plant. Looking on right is the Cabinet Secretary, Petroleum and Energy, Charles Keter. Present also was Eng. Albert Mugo, Managing Director and CEO, Kengen. The overall goal of the project is to enhance electricity power supply in Kenya for a conducive investment environment and sustainable development.


Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Right) and Japanese Ambassador to Kenya Tatsushi Terada today, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at the National Treasury building exchange signed notes for Olkaria V Geothermal Power Plant in which Japan loans Kenya Sh 40 billion (45.69  billion Yen) for the construction of the 140 MW geothermal power plant.  Albert Mugo, Managing Director and CEO, Kengen. The overall goal of the project is to enhance electricity power supply in Kenya for a conducive investment environment and sustainable development.


Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich (Right) and Ms. Keiko Sano, Chief Representative, JICA Kenya Office today, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at the National Treasury building exchange signed notes for Olkaria V Geothermal Power Plant in which Japan loans Kenya Sh 40 billion (45.69  billion  Yen) for the construction of the 140 MW geothermal power plant.  Albert Mugo, Managing Director and CEO, Kengen. The overall goal of the project is to enhance electricity power supply in Kenya for a conducive investment environment and sustainable development.

From Left to Right: Ms. Keiko Sano, Chief Representative, JICA Kenya Office, Japanese Ambassador to Kenya Tatsushi Terada, Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury, Henry Rotich, Cabinet Secretary, Petroleum and Energy, Charles Keter, Managing Director and CEO, Kengen, Eng. Albert Mugo and Nationa Treasury PS Kamau Thuge, during the signing of notes and loan for Olkaria V Geothermal Power Plant in which Japan loans Kenya Sh 40 billion (45.69 billion Yen) for the construction of a140 MW geothermal power plant. The overall goal of the project is to enhance electricity power supply in Kenya for a conducive investment environment and sustainable development

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