Airtel Money has signed a partnership with Kenya Power (KPLC) to enable Kenyans to pay electricity bills at zero transaction fees.
The notice is set to affect several businesses which had emerged as vendors of prepaid electricity tokens. They include digital companies which Kenya Power allowed to sell tokens to consumers via their own platforms and several small businesses which offered the service in highly-populated residential areas.
A letter shared on social media allegedly from Kenya Power stating that there is compensation for those affected by the recent power outage is...
The photo of a Kenya Power branded van being lifted onto a truck circulating on social media is misleading. The photo’s caption indicates that...
The strong performance was mainly driven by growth in sales and revenue, as well as a double digit reduction in costs and expenses. Unit sales for the year under review recorded a 5% growth from 8,171 GWh to 8,571 GWh which was mainly driven by 716,206 new customer connections who contributed an additional 400 GWh, and a rebound of the economy from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
"The cost reduction will be achieved through the reduction of the consumer tariffs from an average of KES 24 per Kilowatt hour to KES 16 per Kilowatt hour which is about two thirds of the current tariff," a statement from the Office of the President read in part.
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