NEWS / K&M Proud to Continue its engagement with KenGen on new Feasibility Study for a Solar PV Power Plant
K&M Proud to Continue its engagement with KenGen on new Feasibility Study for a Solar PV Power Plant
April 5, 2017
K&M recently was engaged by KenGen to conduct a feasibility study for the Gitaru 10 MW solar power plant located next to the 225 MW hydroelectric dam in Gitaru, Kenya. This is the second project K&M is currently working on with Kenya’s national utility KenGen. K&M’s scope of work includes assessing the technical, economic, and financial viability of the project, and preparing the tender documents for the procurement of an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor to build the power plant.
K&M is excited to continue strengthening its relationship with KenGen and help Kenya reach its target of universal energy access by 2020.