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Flower farms bet on solar to cut power costs

BUSINESS

The number of flower farms opting for solar power is on the rise with the investors crying foul over the sharp rise in the cost of electricity.

Flower farms bet on solar to cut power costs

By Antony Gitonga | 2 months ago

Flower firms on power

Flower firms on power

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| 10 years ago

Court blocks flower strike, orders parties to dialogue

The Industrial Court has declared the looming strike by flower farm workers illegal. Principal Judge Charles Chemmutut ordered Agricultural Employers’ Association (AEA) and Kenya Plantation and Agricultural Workers Union (Kpawu) to start negotiations on Collective Bargaining Agreements of employees in the industry.

| 11 years ago

Kenyan exporters look for new flower markets

Kenyan horticultural exporters are eyeing the Middle East in a bid to diversify from the traditional European market hit hard by global financial crisis.

| 11 years ago

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