The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority ( EPRA ) has come up with a draft of regulations that are set to change the designing of both residential and commercial houses in the country. In the draft that has already been published for public input, EPRA has proposed that all owners of new and existing buildings should include designs for installation of solar water heaters in their houses.
Gov't Declares a Penalty of Ksh 10 Million, Ksh 20K and Ksh 200K To Any Kenyan In Possession of This
The Government of Kenya has served it's Netizens with some bad news as they declare a penalty of Ksh 10 Million, Ksh 20,000 and Ksh 200,000 to Kenyans who will be caught with the listed items. This comes as the members of public are facing some hard economic times even though with a hope of some light at the end of the tunnel following the recent promises of the Head of State, President William Ruto of easing the hard times by the end of February this year.
EPRA, have left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after they finally revealed January fuel prices. According to the source, fuel prices remain unchanged, petrol kash 177, diesel Kash 162 and kerosene Kash 145. Now, these fuel prices of January, have gone viral on social media where by they are, sparking reactions currently.
So according to the latest report, EPRA has maintained the fuel prices as they were last month. But wait a minute, EPRA says that the mean USD to KES depreciated by 3.53% from 124.20 KES to 128.58 KES Okay, but checking from the CBK Database, the mean USD to KES Exchange Rate for December 2022 was about 122.98 (Buying: 122.81 and Selling: 123.10).
A little sigh of relief has engulfed Kenyans after EPRA make a great announcement concerning the prices of fuel. According to reports that Kenyans were told by the treasury is that this year will be a tough year for them in terms of paying taxes and this taxes are majorly found in buying of goods and some commodities forced to go high.
The government through the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has sent a stern warning to all Kenyans while outlining the harsh consequences for those found flouting petrol prices. In a statement to oil marketing companies, the authority warned all Kenyans engaged in the petrol retail business against flouting set petrolatum products prices as regulated by the authority in different towns.
Today EPRA has declared openly that the expense of fuel will remain as it was since 14th November 2022 and zero will be augmented on it. However, this suggests that there is no excess penalty that has been comprised on the fuel and EPRA has asserted the price will remain untouched for one month.
Photo; New prices of petrol in Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu as government through Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, EPRA announces new prices of fuel. According to the information released by EPRA, the prices of fuel will remain constant and according to the new prices, Kenya's major cities including Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa will also see deferring prices in the commodity.
At the Mid month EPRA always do announce the new fuel prices where recently they have been announcing high prices of fuel. The high prices of petroleum products has caused Kenyans to experience high cost of living. Today, however, it is good news to Kenyans as the price of Petrol, Diesel and Kerosene fall by ksh.
After a tough year, 2022, Kenyans welcomed the new year with a lot of hopes in the cost of living in the country. 2022 was one of the toughest years in the lives of many Kenyans seeing the prices go up shockingly. President William Ruto however promised to reduce the cost of living in the country by reducing the fuel prices.
EPRA, I let Kenyans speak out on various social media platforms. This is after they finally revealed fuel prices for the month of January. According to the source, fuel prices have not changed, gasoline is cash 177, diesel is cash 162, and kerosene is cash 145.
•According to the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA), fuel prices won't change from January 1th to February 14, 2023. •As a consequence, Nairobi will continue to sell a litre of super petrol for Ksh177.30 while a litre of diesel will cost Ksh162.
Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, EPRA has announced the new prices of petrol, diesel and kerosene will be in action starting the midnight of 14th January to 15th of February. According to EPRA, the prices are set to remain the same with motorists in Nairobi to pay Ksh177.30 for Super Petrol, Ksh162 for Diesel, and Ksh145.94 for Kerosene per litre.
Fuel Prices: Tough Time For Kenyans As Fuel Prices Remain Unchanged For The Following Period Of Time
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has announced that fuel prices will not change between January 15 and February 14, 2023. In Nairobi, a litre of super petrol will continue to cost Ksh177.30 , while a litre of diesel will cost Ksh162. Kerosene will continue to be sold for Ksh145.94 per litre.
Bodaboda riders at a petrol station in the past The government of President William Ruto has today, 15 January 2023, declared a fine of Sh10 million or a jail term of not less than 5 years or both, for any Kenya found hoarding fuel or selling the same at an unrecommended price
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) has drafted new rules that will change the way homes and businesses are built in the country. EPRA has suggested in the draft that has already been put out for public comment that all owners of new and old buildings should include plans for putting in solar water heaters.
Undated image of a driver filling up a vehicle The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) declared on Saturday, January 14, that the fuel prices for January 2023 remained the same. According to a notice from the authorities, super-petrol, diesel, and kerosene will all continue to be sold at the same price as in December 2022.
With the help of EPRA, I gave Kenyans a forum to express their views. This followed the official release of the fuel prices for January. According to the source, the current cash prices for gasoline are still 177, diesel is still 162, and kerosene is still 145.
The Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) formerly, the Energy Regulatory Commission(ERC) is an independent regulatory authority responsible for technical and economic regulation of electricity, petroleum (Upstream, midstream and downstream) and renewable energy subsectors in Kenya. The Kenyan Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority, in reference to section 101(y) of the petroleum act 2019 and Legal Notice No.192 of 2022, have calculated the maximum retail prices of petroleum products which will be in force from 15th January to 14th February this year.
Hello guys and welcome back again for another great Article. Just in the government of Kenya has unveiled new prices of Petrol and Diesel for January 2023. In a report, EPRA announced that Super Petrol would continue to retail at Ksh177, Diesel at Ksh162, and Kerosene at Ksh145.9 per litre the same prices as in December 2022.