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  • Can volcanoes power the world? Catch an interview with the BBC World Service Crowdscience program. Professionals from Kenya and Iceland answered questions on plate tectonics and geothermal energy, from listeners in Ghana and Greece. Click Here to listen to the interview.
  • GAK Newsletter: January 2019Click Here

Esteemed Stakeholders,

Pursuant to the press release by the Ministry of Health dated Friday 6th of March 2020 the #EACOSH2020 has been postponed to a future date which will be communicated separately.
We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.

See attached.

It is with a heavy heart that we have to announce the postponement of the World Geothermal Congress 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please find full press release and FAQ here:
https://t.co/WBVAhG6Zuu

World Geothermal Congress has been postponed until May 21 – 26, 2021.
https://t.co/e4WYWuT5ek

Students from Uganda's Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development receive certificates and cut a cake to mark the end of the 90-day Geothermal Well drilling course. The training was conducted by our Geothermal Centre of Excellence.

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GAK, represented by the Board of Directors, is honored to have paid a courtesy call on the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Hon. @ketercharles earlier today in Nairobi.

#Geothermal is key in Kenya's energy mix.

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Great team. Keep it up @GAK_Kenya leadership. The sky is the limit. #AskGeolNyandigisi https://t.co/hCNEHm6pYv

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  • 11/01/2019: Can volcanoes power the world? Catch the interview with BBC World Service featuring: Geothermal Association of Kenya, University of Nairobi and KenGen. Click Here to listen to the interview.