|Rank||Name of Owner||Percentage Ownership|
|1||Ministry of Finance||50.09|
|2||Standard Chartered Nominees Limited||20.61|
|3||KCB Nominees Limited||5.72|
|4||CFC Stanbic Nominees Limited||2.97|
Is KPLC owned by the government?
Its name changed to the Kenya Power and Lighting Company Limited in 1983. Kenya Power is partly owned by the Government of Kenya with 50.1 percent shareholding, and private investors with a 49.9 percent shareholding. … Kenya Power is the national system operator (dispatcher of electricity).
Who owns Ken Gen?
Kenya Electricity Generating Company
|Trade name||KenGen PLC|
|Key people||Samson Mwathethe, Chairman, Board of Directors Rebecca Miano Managing Director and CEO|
|Revenue||KES 44.110 Billion (30 June 2020)|
|Net income||KES 18.377 Billion (30 June 2020)|
Who is the chairman of KPLC?
Board of Directors
|Vivienne Yeda Chairman||Kenya Power & Lighting Co., Ltd.|
|Joseph K. Njoroge Non-Independent Non-Executive Director||Kenya Power & Lighting Co., Ltd., Kenya Electricity Generating Co. Plc|
|Abdulrazaq Adan Ali Director||Kenya Power & Lighting Co., Ltd.|
How many employees does KPLC have?
Kenya Power has a staff complement of over 7,000 employees.
Is Kenya Power a private company?
Kenya Power is a public company listed in the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). The company is a national electric utility company, managing electric metering, licensing, billing, emergency electricity service and customer relations.
How many customers does Kenya Power have?
Kenya Power currently has more than 2.6 million customers.
Is KPLC part of KenGen?
About Us. Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) is the leading electric power generating company in East Africa. … Two years later, in January 1998, the management of KPC was separated from KPLC and renamed KenGen.
Does Kenya produce electricity?
Kenya’s current effective installed (grid connected) electricity capacity is 2,651 MW, with peak demand of 1,912 MW, as of November 2019. … Electricity supply is mostly generated by renewable sources with the majority coming from geothermal power and hydroelectricity.
Does Kenya import electricity from Uganda?
Kenya’s electricity imports from Uganda have grown 281 per cent in the six months to June as drought cut local generation of hydro-electric power by a third or 615.69 million kilowatt hours. … Kenya has a direct electricity transmission line connecting with Uganda via Tororo, enabling bulk power imports.
When was KPLC started?
January 6, 1922
What is the role of KPLC?
Kenya Power’s key mandate is to plan for sufficient electricity generation and transmission capacity to meet demand; build and maintain the power distribution and transmission network and retail electricity to its customers.
How can I contact KPLC?
Please call our Contact Centre hotline numbers 97771 or 0703070707 or 0732170170 for service-related enquiries.