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Kenya Power FY 2017/2018
obiero
#281 Posted : Monday, December 03, 2018 7:17:31 PM
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sparkly wrote:
obiero wrote:
Ebenyo wrote:
obiero wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
obiero wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
kawi254 wrote:
Are the shareholders being psychologically prepped for a rescue rights issue?

At the current mkt situation a rights issue will be a big flop.
Kanguangodo said it will take 5 years to stabilize kenya power.
Watu wangoje hadi 2023

Bailout is on the cards..


Bailout by who and in what form.
Will GOK increase its Shareholding?

What will stop it? Also know or KPLC preference shares?
The energy stock has two preferred issues: KPLC-P4 and KPLC-P7



Sad Sad

The preferred shareholders wanakula nyama mkimeza mate.. As I keep saying here, NSE investment is all about insider knowledge. Otherwise, you stand a better chance selling smokies


Preferred ni ya Serikali

Wananchi wanalisha serikali.. Hapo ndio shida
COOP 5,500; KCB 3,700; KQ 141,100
Ebenyo
#282 Posted : Thursday, December 20, 2018 8:11:22 PM
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Top gainer today by 9% with a volume of 11.5 million traded shares.The highest ever since the slump down.Will this momentum be sustainable? it seems some people are buying huge after the weak guys opted out.Lets see what happens tomorrow.
Towards the goal of financial freedom
tom_boy
#283 Posted : Friday, December 21, 2018 5:07:02 AM
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Ebenyo wrote:
Top gainer today by 9% with a volume of 11.5 million traded shares.The highest ever since the slump down.Will this momentum be sustainable? it seems some people are buying huge after the weak guys opted out.Lets see what happens tomorrow.


Bought by those who understand risk.
Investment is not about how much gain you make, its about how much risk you take!

Uliza wenye wamenyolewa huko money market. Kimeeleweka kabisa.
They must find it difficult....... those who have taken authority as the truth, rather than truth as the authority. -G. Massey.
rwitre
#284 Posted : Friday, December 21, 2018 10:44:12 AM
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AGM is today at Safari Park.
Ericsson
#285 Posted : Friday, December 21, 2018 7:18:10 PM
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rwitre wrote:
AGM is today at Safari Park.


Give us the highlights
kawi254
#286 Posted : Saturday, December 22, 2018 3:13:38 PM
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Latest KNBS statistics for Generation and Consumption of Electricity October 2018:

Generation: 969.05 Gwh
Total KP Sales: 737.71 Gwh
i.e 23.87% Power losses. There has been a lot of investment in improving the power distribution by building substations to minimize these losses but they are increasing. What gives? OR is there a mismatch in generation Vs consumption?

LTWP wind is at 75.47 Gwh and all the turbines were not running by end of October 2018. This is really a game changer in Kenya's power market.

For the LTWP, i believe KPLC has a billing power meter at Turkana (buy @KES 8/kwh) but the power is transmitted to load center in Nairobi (to sell @KES 10/Kwh) some ~600Km so the transmission power losses must be huge. Is KPLC's PPAs already doomed it to making losses?
kenyan2019
#287 Posted : Friday, January 04, 2019 1:52:57 PM
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Kenya Power freeze puts new energy plant billions on the line https://www.businessdail...0872-5cpe58z/index.html via @BD_Africa
sparkly
#288 Posted : Friday, January 04, 2019 5:55:35 PM
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kenyan2019 wrote:
Kenya Power freeze puts new energy plant billions on the line https://www.businessdail...0872-5cpe58z/index.html via @BD_Africa


Looto's men.
Life is short. Live passionately.
Ericsson
#289 Posted : Sunday, January 06, 2019 7:49:51 AM
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sparkly wrote:
kenyan2019 wrote:
Kenya Power freeze puts new energy plant billions on the line https://www.businessdail...0872-5cpe58z/index.html via @BD_Africa


Looto's men.


No more grandiose projects which were avenues for eating.Plus Kenya power needs to reduce it's debt burden which is hurting it's cashflows
Ebenyo
#290 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 9:03:02 AM
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Ericsson wrote:
sparkly wrote:
kenyan2019 wrote:
Kenya Power freeze puts new energy plant billions on the line https://www.businessdail...0872-5cpe58z/index.html via @BD_Africa


Looto's men.


No more grandiose projects which were avenues for eating.Plus Kenya power needs to reduce it's debt burden which is hurting it's cashflows



There were talks with the creditors to restructure the short term facility.Half year results due next month will show us if the creditors accepted the proposal.
Towards the goal of financial freedom
Ericsson
#291 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 12:06:26 PM
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https://www.businessdail...3468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.
Fyatu
#292 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 12:14:57 PM
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Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to
Dumb money becomes dumb only when it listens to smart money
KaunganaDoDo
#293 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 3:15:08 PM
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Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


This is all attributable to slump in Athi River based EAPC and ARM. Even if you connect a million customers, their consumption of electricity is dwarfed by what Cement Firms Consume in total.
Ericsson
#294 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 3:25:57 PM
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KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


This is all attributable to slump in Athi River based EAPC and ARM. Even if you connect a million customers, their consumption of electricity is dwarfed by what Cement Firms Consume in total.



What about the one for the domestic customers
Ericsson
#295 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 3:28:03 PM
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Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


Here it's consumed units that was being highlighted not revenue.
iris
#296 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 3:58:26 PM
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Ericsson wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


Here it's consumed units that was being highlighted not revenue.


Solar, aggressive disconnection of unmetered supply (slums) and deliberate saving due to hard times? Perhaps pre-paid users who went back to d.light and paraffin
KaunganaDoDo
#297 Posted : Monday, January 07, 2019 4:28:08 PM
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Ericsson wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


This is all attributable to slump in Athi River based EAPC and ARM. Even if you connect a million customers, their consumption of electricity is dwarfed by what Cement Firms Consume in total.



What about the one for the domestic customers


In Nairobi, distribution losses are highest in households , especially slums.This slump in units consumed is not actual, its just because it wasn't metered. Losses. All large power customers are connected to smart meters with minimal possible chances of stealing electricity
2012
#298 Posted : Tuesday, January 08, 2019 7:17:48 PM
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KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


This is all attributable to slump in Athi River based EAPC and ARM. Even if you connect a million customers, their consumption of electricity is dwarfed by what Cement Firms Consume in total.



The other contributing factor must be increased and prolonged blackouts due to substandard equipment and service. It's been down hill ever since Ben Chumo left.

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Ericsson
#299 Posted : Wednesday, January 09, 2019 10:16:57 AM
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2012 wrote:
KaunganaDoDo wrote:
Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to


This is all attributable to slump in Athi River based EAPC and ARM. Even if you connect a million customers, their consumption of electricity is dwarfed by what Cement Firms Consume in total.



The other contributing factor must be increased and prolonged blackouts due to substandard equipment and service. It's been down hill ever since Ben Chumo left.


Chumo was a contributor to the downhill
jmbada
#300 Posted : Thursday, January 10, 2019 11:00:06 AM
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Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:
https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/economy/Power-consumption-dips-to-five-year-low/3946234-4923468-15aiek8/index.html

Homes and factories in Nairobi for the first time since 2013 cut their electricity consumption, signaling reduced economic activity in the capital.

Kenya Power data show electricity consumption in the city in the year to June dropped to 3.83 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) from 3.913 billion in similar period a year earlier, pulled down by large commercial users and domestic consumers.

Nairobi’s consumption of power by city’s commercial and industrial users dropped to 1.44 billion units from 1.6 billion the previous year while that of households dropped to below a billion to 779 million kWh, down from 1.119 billion—reflecting a 12.5 per cent drop.



These are cheap lies peddled by corrupt Jubilee government. I can tell you for a fact that more than 20 ugly flats with 60 single rooms each were erected in Mathare North alone leave alone Lucky summer, pipeline, Huruma, Pangani etc within the stated period. All these are connected to electricity. No amount of hekaya za abunuasi can fool me that electricity consumption went down. Jubilee should tell Kenyans kibaga ubaga where Kenya power revenues(monopoly) disappear to

The source and uses of KPLC are in their audited financials and acxompanying notes. New completions of construction can be used as a proxy for growth, but not fully. The units may be unoccuppied, users may be using alternatives for energy (eg solar for heating) and industrial firms may have cut back significantly on consumption.
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