Kenya imports most of the fossil fuels that help keep the country running. With this in mind, the country is looking at a strategic plan that focuses on developing renewable energy sources.
They have started their plan by working with GE to build a wind farm in the town of Ngong, which is 12 miles of Nairobi. There are hopes that this wind farm with reduce fossil fuel dependency by half.
There are possibilities in the country for both wind and solar power, and this venture into hydroelectricity possibilities is only the start for the country that is looking to greener energy sources in the future.
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