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Kenya's Geothermal Industry Growsi
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July 31, 2013 6:43 PM
With Kenya's proximity to the Great Rift, once a hotbed of volcanic activity, the country is the biggest producer of geothermal energy on the continent. Currently 13 percent of the national grid is powered by this renewable energy, but untapped geothermal fields have the potential to cover all of Kenya's power needs, and then some. From Nairobi, Roopa Gogineni has this report for VOA..

Kenya's Geothermal Industry Grows

Published July 31, 2013

With Kenya's proximity to the Great Rift, once a hotbed of volcanic activity, the country is the biggest producer of geothermal energy on the continent. Currently 13 percent of the national grid is powered by this renewable energy, but untapped geothermal fields have the potential to cover all of Kenya's power needs, and then some. From Nairobi, Roopa Gogineni has this report for VOA..


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