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How Kenya is harnessing the wind for green energy

By Guardian Exclusive
20 August 2019   |   2:27 pm
The renewable energy sector in Kenya is among the most active in Africa. In Kenya, investment grew from virtually zero in 2009 to US$1.3 billion in 2010 across technologies such as wind, geothermal, small-scale hydro and biofuels.

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