Kenya Power Lightening Company this evening through their social media handle (Twitter) have announce places that will face a very long electricity blackout on Thursday 18, October from morning hours up to noon hours so as to allow KPLC personnels Carry out the grid maintenance.
Kenya Power Lighting Company is a public corporation that owns all the electricity supply assets in Kenya and it is also the only licensed company which is responsible for sale of power in the country. KPLC supplies power from the power production plant through the national grid system to the sub stations where they now connect the final consumers. The sub station is where Kenya Power manages and regulates the energy supply that reaches to the final customers. When the power company has planned an interruption, they switch off electricity at the sub station for a given number of personnel across the nation maintain the grid.
The outages oftenly last for many hours and usually affect so many people if electricity is interrupted in a certain area. The shutdowns are also do so that the Kenya Power Lighting Company can manage to connect and install electricity to people who are yet to access the power. In other instances, electricity lines are sabotaged, damaged, some cables hanging dangerous require repairs. Hence KPLC will cut the supply of electricity so that they can do the repairs.
The listed area's below will be under a very long electricity blackout on Thursday, Kindly confirm your area not forgetting to share to people that needs the information.
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