The government has canceled all unconcluded negotiations of power purchase agreements (PPAs) as it takes its first stab at reducing the cost of electricity.
This is part of recommendations by a Presidentially appointed task force on the review of the power purchase agreements between private investors in the energy sector and the State utility firm Kenya Power.
On Thursday, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi met with the leading group of Kenya Power and its ranking directors close by Principal Secretaries in the Ministries of Energy and Treasury to pound down another methodology to reduce the excessive force expenses.
"Work has begun on the best way to manage difficulties in this area with a point of guaranteeing that we lessen the expense of force. I'm certain that working intimately with associates, we will accomplish the objective given," said CS Matiangi.
Simultaneously, gatherings to Thursday's gathering have consented to attempt a measurable review of a portion of the frameworks and methods inside Kenya Power close by a forceful audit of the power charging framework.
"Our bills are unreasonable as they are today. We can't proceed with along these lines," added Matiangi.
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