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Video: GAK at the World Geothermal Congress 2023. Insights on the Kenya Geothermal Congress 2024, Investments in the Kenya Geothermal Sector, Kenya’s role in the African context. The video below is 100% courtesy of ThinkGeoEnergy

  • Kenya leads in Geothermal Development in Africa and top 10 globally.
  • High-temperature geothermal prospects in Kenya occur along the East Africa Rift System.
  • Current installed capacity – about 985MWe.
  • Kenya’s total potential – is about 10,000 MWe.
  • Kenya has several geothermal fields namely: Olkaria, Menengai, Barrier, Namarunu, Emuruangongolak, Silali, Paka, Korosi, Baringo, Bogoria, Arus, Eburru, Longonot, Suswa, Lake Magadi, Homa Hills, Mwananyamala, and Badlands. Only Olkaria & Eburru Geothermal Field so far, are generating geothermal power. Most of the other fields are in various phases of development.