“More Than Half of Kenya’s Electricity Will Come From Solar Power by 2016” Inhabitat


“Kenya recently laid out an ambitious plans to construct nine solar power plants at a cost of $1.2 billion, with the hope that they will provide more than half the country’s electricity by 2016. The country’s government put up half of the investment money, while private partners contributed the rest. Initial design stages of this impressive undertaking are almost complete, and construction is expected to begin before the end of the year.”


(via Inhabitat)