Geothermal in Kenya

My friend Jim Kirkwood recently came across some GOOD NEWS, and he wrote the following summary:

geothermal power plant

Geothermal power plant in Iceland / Photo by martin_vmorris


“Geothermal development first exploded in Kenya, which boasts numerous sites along the Rift Valley with immense profit potential. If currently-planned Kenyan geothermal projects thrive, the nation could produce as much as 1,600 MW-more than enough to supply its people’s annual demand for power. The Eastern Rift spans nearly a dozen countries, and most of these have joined the list of nations eligible for international development funds.” These efforts parallel the impressive global growth of geothermal power.” JK

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Posted October 10, 2013 by allanbaker in Environment

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