Kenya Erects Largest Wind Power Plant In Africa4 years ago
Kenya on their 100% going green by 2020 initiative have launched the biggest power plant on the continent. The biggest wind power plant in Africa seeks to address Kenya’s electricity generation capacity. The plant to contribute about 310 MW to Kenya’s electricity grid.
The plant will be powered by Turkana corridor wind, a low-level jet stream originating from the Indian Ocean and blows all year round, according to the Kenyan government statement. Quoting President Uhuru Kenyatta the CNN wrote:
Today, we again raised the bar for the continent as we unveil Africa’s single largest wind farm. Kenya is without doubt on course to be a global leader in renewable energy.