Industry News

  • 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

The applications for direct-use of geothermal energy vary according to temperature. For example, the temperature required for heating a greenhouse is significantly lower than the temperature required for drying harvested crops.

Update on Olkaria V Power Project: Commissioning tests have resumed at Olkaria V Power Plant after the process was suspended briefly following an unfortunate incident that occurred at the construction site.

An aerial view of the Paka Prospect's water pump station and drillers’ camp at the Baringo-Silali Geothermal Project. GDC is currently carrying out exploration drilling in the area.

The Capital Power Limited @capitalpowerke Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tony Wanyama makes his remarks during their admission onto the Ibuka platform.

.@KenGenKenya is pleased to be hosting H.E President Salva Kiir, President of the Republic of South Sudan on a tour of Olkaria Geothermal Fields to appreciate KenGen’s geothermal capacity with a view of collaboration.#KenGenEnergizingAfrica #EnergyChampion


Accompanied by Energy CS Hon.@ketercharles and PS @DrNjorogeJoseph, H.E President Salva Kiir and senior officials from South Sudan will be touring Olkaria to explore ways of engagement in renewable energy development between the two countries.#KenGenEnergizingAfrica


congratulations to @GAK_Kenya and all the best for the work ahead, strengtjen the role of #geothermal in #Kenya

It is the month of innovation💡at KenGen! We are delighted to be hosting the 7th edition of G2G Global innovation seminar,an initiative under our Good-to-Great transformation strategy w/ a special focus on innovation & continuous improvement.#KenGenG2G2019

Launch of the GAK strategic launch @GAK_Kenya and @KenGenKenya for continous growth of sustainable geothermal power.

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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.