The Geothermal Association of Kenya (GAK) - is a scientific, educational and cultural organization established to operate in Kenya.
It is a non-governmental, non-profit organization with no political affiliation. Its aim is to encourage, facilitate and, when appropriate, promote co-ordination of activities related to worldwide and national research, development and application of geothermal resources.
The Association is has its headquarters in Naivasha, Kenya, and is registered as a non-profit organization under the laws of Kenya. The Association is also an affiliated member of International Geothermal Association (IGA).
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In promoting activities related to research, development and application of geothermal resources, the Geothermal Association of Kenya (GAK) encourages its membership to attend conferences as well as present research findings. read more...
GAK is Chaired by Godwin Mwawongo. Abel Rotich is the vice chairman. Dr. Peter Omenda and Cyrus Karingithi are Treasurer and Secretary respectively, while Cornel Ofwona, Martha Mburu, Peketsa Mangi, Beatrice Kipng'ok, Fredrick Apollo, Martin Mwangi and Ernest Mabwa are board members.