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Kenya Power FY 2017/2018
#301 Posted : Thursday, January 10, 2019 11:02:47 AM
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Fyatu wrote:
Ericsson wrote:

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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