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High operation costs and defaults deepen Kenya Power woes

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Companies have slowed down activities, reducing power consumption, while it also has to contend with high default rates as customers stop paying bills

High operation costs and defaults deepen Kenya Power woes

By Macharia Kamau | 1 year ago

Kenya Power profit drops to Sh1.9billion

Kenya Power profit drops to Sh1.9billion

Utility firm Kenya Power has recorded Sh1.9 billion net-profit compared to Sh5.3 billion declared in 2017 full year results

Standard Reporter | 2 years ago

Keter blames low investment for high electricity charges

A history of under-investment in power distribution infrastructure is the reason Kenyans pay high electricity bills.

Macharia Kamau | 2 years ago

Firms get Sh9b pay-off to end costly power deals

Move is expected to cushion consumers from high bills, albeit marginally

Roselyn Obala and Macharia Kamau | 2 years ago

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