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Increase in cost charges from KPLC

Byflorence wairimu

Jul 30, 2020

Florence wairimu

Kenya power plans to increase the electricity cost charges by 20%.The plan is already in a talk with Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority. If the two companies will come into agreement, Kenya power will increase cost to customers who use less than 100kWh per month to sh12.5 per unit and those who use more than 100kWh to ksh15.80 per unit.

KPLC is a public company which transmits, distributes and retails electricity to customers throughout Kenya.  In Kenya, electricity is mainly generated from Hydro Thermal and Geothermal sources. The company CEO is Ken Tarus and they are located in Nairobi.

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