Electricity is a key factor in running the Country's economy forward as most of the big companies contribute the highest revenue and propotinaly consume large amount of power from the national grid system.
Kenya Power Lightening Company for over a decade have been a successful power distribution company that sell the electricity to resident of Kenya. The company have been known for it's effective services over years.
The success of the company is contributed by it's effort towards making sure the network is maintained so as to offer higher output efficiency to their customers across the Country.
Some othe bodies, for instance Rural Electrification and Renewable Corps brought a smile on pupils at Lengarde Primary School in Wamba, Saburu County after paying a visit to cheak the ongoing project of electrifying the whole school.
This act by Rural Electrification and Renewable Corps comes a day after completing a project in Charugany Constituent in Transzoia County by connecting more than 80 household with electricity.
Good news to all Kenyan is that, Kenya Power through Cabinet secretary of energy Charles Keter has been ordered by head of state to reduce the cost of power from Ksh 24 to Ksh 16 per kilowatts hour.
This evening KPLC Announce Long Electricity Blackout on Thursday 30 so as to carry out the system maintenance on the listed area below.
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