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International solar company, Solarcentury East Africa, will install a ground-mounted 500kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Kenya’s Moi International Airport, Mombasa that will generate 820,000 kWh per year and offset 1,300 tonnes of CO₂ annually. The system will be interconnected to the airport terminal grid and will prioritise consumption of the solar power over the grid. Solarcentury will also install airport gate electrification equipment consisting of a mobile electric-powered pre-conditioned air (PCA) unit and an…
Equitel processed 87.9 million mobile commerce transactions between April 2018 and June 2018, up from 77.6 million transactions in the preceding quarter, representing a 13 per cent increase. At the same time the value of mobile commerce transactions increased to Ksh328.2 billion, a 13 per cent increase from Ksh290.3 billion that was processed over the same period.
Total Kenya Plc launched the second edition of Startupper of the Year Challenge that seeks to promote creative ideas and entrepreneurship among young citizens.
Truck and bus manufacturer Isuzu East Africa on Monday launched the first Isuzu Service Center in Africa at its assembly plant in Nairobi's Industrial Area, as it marked off the international customer service week.
Through this partnership, MTN MoMo customers will use a virtual card to shop or make payments at the vast network of global outlets accepting Mastercard payments
Threadsol wants to raise the share of Kenya's textile industry by providing better processes for manufacturers
New facility is already 75 per cent pre-leased at a time when other segments are struggling to achieve total occupancy.
Almost a fifth of manufacturers in Kenya have lost sales in the past five years on a warehousing shortage that is getting sharply worse, according to research by mega-city developer, Tilisi Developments Limited.