Factors that may make or break Kenya’s 5,000+MW power policy

 

Factors that may make or break Kenya’s 5,000+MW power policy

 

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Mr. Pavel Robert Oimeke is a Director of Renewable Energy at the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC), Kenya where he is responsible for leading the planning, development, implementation and execution of structures for the development and regulation of the renewable energy and energy efficiency through research and planning, development of standards and regulations, compliance and enforcement. He holds a Chemical and Process Engineering degree from Moi University, Kenya. Prior to joining ERC, Mr. Oimeke worked at Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA), James Finlay (Kenya) Limited, and Kaluworks Limited for several years in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency planning and implementation. He has also served as an Energy Consultant for the Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre (KNCPC) on the World Bank funded project; Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project Phase II (LVEMP II).

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