Kenya’s pursuit for clean energy comes with challenges

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While the world is fighting for zero-carbon neutrality, Africa’s—and Kenya's—struggle to achieve a zero-carbon footprint is being met with foreign challenges and local corruption.  Experts have lauded the government’s plan to shift Kenya’s energy to purely clean energy by 2030. In October 2021, President Uhuru Kenyatta told attendees of the COP26 summit that the country

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Wanjiku Njuguna is a Kenyan-based business reporter with experience of more than eight years.

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