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Regional infrastructure conference next week to discuss challenges in the sector

By Today Financial News Correspondent

The Government of Kenya through the Ministry of Roads will next week host a regional infrastructure conference to discuss the state of major projects in the sector.

The conference to be held between November 15 to17 at Kenyatta International Conference Centre will bring together all ministries and agencies involved in infrastructure development.


Arab development partners spend Sh12 billion to build three main roads


By Ben Kinyanjui

Three roads funded by a group of Arab development partners at a cost of Sh12 billion have been completed in the last seven years, Roads permanent secretary Eng Michael Kamau has said.Eng Michael Kamau, PS Roads has supervised the construction of key roads across the countryEng Michael Kamau, PS Roads has supervised the construction of key roads across the country

Top on the list is the 100 Kilometer Emali-Oloitoktok road project jointly funded by BADEA, OPEC and the Government of Kenya at a cost ofSh4.3 billion.

Good roads to make East Africa more competitive


By Today Financial News Reporter

The Northern Corridor transport system snakes its way through Kenya to neighboring Uganda, opening up business opportunities in its wake.Good roads will boost productionGood roads will boost production

The corridor has become the most important link for Kenya and its landlocked neighbors, especially with the near collapse of the Lunatic Express, the Kenya-Uganda railway line that the British built over a century ago.

World Bank boosts geothermal power generation


The World Bank has approved US$330 million (Sh25 billion) for Kenya to expand electricity access and deepen investment in green energy.Energy PS Patrick Nyoike (right) confers with KPLC CEO Eng Joseph NjorogeEnergy PS Patrick Nyoike (right) confers with KPLC CEO Eng Joseph Njoroge

The Kenya Electricity Expansion Project will increase electricity access to Kenyans in urban, peri-urban and rural areas. It will also enable Kenya to expand geothermal power generation as part of its green energy development strategy.

Massive investment in energy required to realize Vision 2030


By Today Financial News Reporter

Kenya requires about Sh5.7 trillion for development projects necessary to realise Vision 2030, says Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Prime Minister Raila Odinga. The country requires additional powerPrime Minister Raila Odinga. The country requires additional power

A huge chunk of that money would be used to generate and distribute power that is required to connect households and run industries.

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