Is coal energy viable for Kenya?

Is coal energy viable for Kenya?

The economic and business case for mega-plants is shaky, even for the ‘planet-friendly’ wind farms such as in Turkana.

By DAVID OBURA

What do the classic indicators of income or economic activity, such as Gross Domestic Product (GDP), or Gross National Income (GNI), really measure? One perspective is that they show how much a country, or group of people, has harnessed energy and material goods in the service of its people or members. A traditional hut, a first-owner home in Nairobi’s South C and the mansions in Runda show this eloquently.

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