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Friday, 30 August 2013

Kenya - Energy Day 2013 - 9th September 2013 - 9th September 2013

Event:              Energy Day

Where:            KICC, Nairobi Kenya

When:              9TH SEPTEMBER, 2013



The Government of Kenya intends to provide reliable, sufficient and competitive energy for fast socio-economic transformation of the country as spelt out in the Vision 2030 blue printJubilee Manifesto and in line with the national development plans. The “Out of the Box approach is to work with investors in generating competitively- priced power that will enable Kenya to attract new industrial investors, while safeguarding the interests of existing and potential investors.

The Conference

The Ministry of Energy and Petroleum will, on behalf of the Government of Kenya, on September 9, 2013, hold an Energy Day at the Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC). During the event themed 5000+ Megawatts for Transforming Kenya,the   Ministry  will  unveil  the proposed Roadmap for provision of more than 5000 MW of electricity in the next forty (40) months.

Key speakers who will address the investors are experts in renewable energy  sources;  electricity  generation,  transmission and  distribution; geo-exploration and petroleum energy, among others.


Apart from presentations from guest speakers, there will be exhibitions by Ministry of Energy and Petroleum and State Corporations under the Ministry. From these exhibitions, investor will gather detailed information on overall prospective investment opportunities in the energy sector in Kenyincluding potential power generation sites; energy sources e.g. wind, solar, geothermal, hydro, natural gas, biomass, co- generationInvestment opportunities in petroleum and coal, both upstream and downstream, will also be covered.

Existing framework

Kenya has existing frameworks for investment in various energy sources. For example, there is a framework for Independent Power Producers (IPPs),with seven existing firms. Another five firms are at the implementation stage.The intention is to significantly open power generation to private investors, guided by the already developed power matrix.
Further, the Government seeks to provide reliable, sufficient and competitive energy, as well as increase the commensurate uptake of power, in order to provide for socio-economic transformation of the great nation of Kenya. In addition, Kenya recognizes the high and increasing level of interest in extractive industries due to the recent discoveries in coal, oil and gas, among others.


Current and potential investors in the power sector as well as active firms in various blocks are invited to participate in this one-day conference.
Anticipated benefits

Investors will:-

    Learn about the investment opportunities available in the Energy Sector in Kenya.

    Learn about the role of individual utilities in the Energy Sector.

    Gain knowledge on the policy, institutional and legal frameworks pertaining to energy provision in the country.
    Gain knowledge on ongoing and potential energy activities and sites in the country.

How does one participate?

Entry to the conference is free. However, participants are expected to meet their own incidental costs including travel and accommodation.

  Confirmation of attendance

Participants are expected to confirm attendance through the contact below:-
Mallis Ishmael

Tel (+254) 20-310112 ext 22138

Cell (+254)-0726993292

 Or fill in the online application form at