Government moves to stop use of solar energy

I cannot overemphasize what Barrack and Keith have stated above. I teach online classes at a public university and I have observed, together with some colleagues, that we get a slightly less than 50% turnout per session with students claiming challenges ranging from:...

What Listers are Reading and Watching

Listers, These are top reads from our site. We greatly appreciate the engagement that comes as a result of you raising issues within the ICT space. 1. Assessing internet development in Kenya: using UNESCO’s Internet Universality ROAM-X indicators. Key thematic areas...

Government moves to stop use of solar energy

This is hardly surprising after Kenya Power recently raised alarm over the rising switch to solar energy according to this report. www.businessdailyafrica.com/bd/corporate/companies/kenya-power-raises-alarm-over-clients-solar-switch–3204410 While the growth of...

Government moves to stop use of solar energy

Listers, I do agree with you Barrack that the time is ripe. During Kenya IGF as well as the recently concluded African IGF, Unreliable/Expensive/unconnected Electricity at last mile came out as a consistent enabler for powering digital inclusion and by extension...