29 May, 2023
Category : Power Shift in the News | tags: The Standard
Kenya is undoubtedly the king of renewables in Africa. It is third place in the world for the proportion of its electricity from renewable sources, behind only Costa Rica and Norway.
As such, it has been largely protected from the spiking fossil prices and concerns about the security of the supply of imported fossil fuels that shook much of the world in 2022.
That’s according to Ember’s Global Electricity Review published this week, which analysed electricity generation for every country in the world, including 2022 data for 78 countries.