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LTWP OPEN DAY: ELDERS, WOMEN AND YOUTH COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES VISIT WIND FARM

LTWP organises Open Days at the windfarm with the purpose to have a dedicated platform on which to engage with the local communities, in addition to the ongoing dialogue that takes place through the Community Liaison Officers and Advisors (CLO’s & CAs). The attendees, most of whom are opinion leaders, committee members of various organisations ... Read more...
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Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa visits LTWP offices in Karen – Shared her leadership journey with the LTWP Ladies.

  After 6 years spent in Kenya as the Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa, Catherine Collin’s posting came to an end on 30 June 2021 but before her exit, Catherine was gracious enough to accept our invitation to a Women Empowerment talk with LTWP female colleagues on 22 June 2021. Catherine ... Read more...
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LTWP Community Liaison team participates in a three – day training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation

Our team of Community Liaison Officers and Advisors participated in a training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation from the 3rd to the 7th of May 2021 conducted by The Kenya Institute of Social Work and Development. This was a very good avenue where LTWP shows by example what should be done now and in ... Read more...
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LTWP improving electricity infrastructure by installing a STATCOM

LTWP contributes renewable energy to the national grid. The wind power that LTWP produces replaces millions of dollars’ worth of diesel-generated electricity that would otherwise be emitting millions of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year. The wind farm is run by a comprehensive team of industry experts. More than 350 people have gotten ... Read more...
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LTWP achieves 75.8% capacity factor

March 2021 was a good month for us at LTWP, we achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8%, the highest in the 31 months that we have been in operation. Capacity factor is a unitless measurement of how much electricity a generation plant is producing over a given period. It is a ratio of how ... Read more...
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LTWP staff gets enhanced health cover

Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has unveiled a new wellness programme for its staff. The programme, in a partnership with Liaison Group, Response-Med, and the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE), will focus on the nutritional and physical health as well as the emotional, social and organisational wellness of the renewable energy firm’s 350 staff. ... Read more...
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LTWP OPEN DAY: ELDERS, WOMEN AND YOUTH COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES VISIT WIND FARM

LTWP organises Open Days at the windfarm with the purpose to have a dedicated platform on which to engage with the local communities, in addition to the ongoing dialogue that takes place through the Community Liaison Officers and Advisors (CLO’s & CAs). The attendees, most of whom are opinion leaders, committee members of various organisations ... Read more...
Read More

Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa visits LTWP offices in Karen – Shared her leadership journey with the LTWP Ladies.

  After 6 years spent in Kenya as the Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa, Catherine Collin’s posting came to an end on 30 June 2021 but before her exit, Catherine was gracious enough to accept our invitation to a Women Empowerment talk with LTWP female colleagues on 22 June 2021. Catherine ... Read more...
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LTWP Community Liaison team participates in a three – day training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation

Our team of Community Liaison Officers and Advisors participated in a training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation from the 3rd to the 7th of May 2021 conducted by The Kenya Institute of Social Work and Development. This was a very good avenue where LTWP shows by example what should be done now and in ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP improving electricity infrastructure by installing a STATCOM

LTWP contributes renewable energy to the national grid. The wind power that LTWP produces replaces millions of dollars’ worth of diesel-generated electricity that would otherwise be emitting millions of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year. The wind farm is run by a comprehensive team of industry experts. More than 350 people have gotten ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP achieves 75.8% capacity factor

March 2021 was a good month for us at LTWP, we achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8%, the highest in the 31 months that we have been in operation. Capacity factor is a unitless measurement of how much electricity a generation plant is producing over a given period. It is a ratio of how ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP staff gets enhanced health cover

Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has unveiled a new wellness programme for its staff. The programme, in a partnership with Liaison Group, Response-Med, and the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE), will focus on the nutritional and physical health as well as the emotional, social and organisational wellness of the renewable energy firm’s 350 staff. ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP OPEN DAY: ELDERS, WOMEN AND YOUTH COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES VISIT WIND FARM

LTWP organises Open Days at the windfarm with the purpose to have a dedicated platform on which to engage with the local communities, in addition to the ongoing dialogue that takes place through the Community Liaison Officers and Advisors (CLO’s & CAs). The attendees, most of whom are opinion leaders, committee members of various organisations ... Read more...
Read More

Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa visits LTWP offices in Karen – Shared her leadership journey with the LTWP Ladies.

  After 6 years spent in Kenya as the Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa, Catherine Collin’s posting came to an end on 30 June 2021 but before her exit, Catherine was gracious enough to accept our invitation to a Women Empowerment talk with LTWP female colleagues on 22 June 2021. Catherine ... Read more...
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LTWP Community Liaison team participates in a three – day training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation

Our team of Community Liaison Officers and Advisors participated in a training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation from the 3rd to the 7th of May 2021 conducted by The Kenya Institute of Social Work and Development. This was a very good avenue where LTWP shows by example what should be done now and in ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP improving electricity infrastructure by installing a STATCOM

LTWP contributes renewable energy to the national grid. The wind power that LTWP produces replaces millions of dollars’ worth of diesel-generated electricity that would otherwise be emitting millions of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year. The wind farm is run by a comprehensive team of industry experts. More than 350 people have gotten ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP achieves 75.8% capacity factor

March 2021 was a good month for us at LTWP, we achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8%, the highest in the 31 months that we have been in operation. Capacity factor is a unitless measurement of how much electricity a generation plant is producing over a given period. It is a ratio of how ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP staff gets enhanced health cover

Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has unveiled a new wellness programme for its staff. The programme, in a partnership with Liaison Group, Response-Med, and the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE), will focus on the nutritional and physical health as well as the emotional, social and organisational wellness of the renewable energy firm’s 350 staff. ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP OPEN DAY: ELDERS, WOMEN AND YOUTH COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES VISIT WIND FARM

LTWP organises Open Days at the windfarm with the purpose to have a dedicated platform on which to engage with the local communities, in addition to the ongoing dialogue that takes place through the Community Liaison Officers and Advisors (CLO’s & CAs). The attendees, most of whom are opinion leaders, committee members of various organisations ... Read more...
Read More

Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa visits LTWP offices in Karen – Shared her leadership journey with the LTWP Ladies.

  After 6 years spent in Kenya as the Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa, Catherine Collin’s posting came to an end on 30 June 2021 but before her exit, Catherine was gracious enough to accept our invitation to a Women Empowerment talk with LTWP female colleagues on 22 June 2021. Catherine ... Read more...
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LTWP Community Liaison team participates in a three – day training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation

Our team of Community Liaison Officers and Advisors participated in a training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation from the 3rd to the 7th of May 2021 conducted by The Kenya Institute of Social Work and Development. This was a very good avenue where LTWP shows by example what should be done now and in ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP improving electricity infrastructure by installing a STATCOM

LTWP contributes renewable energy to the national grid. The wind power that LTWP produces replaces millions of dollars’ worth of diesel-generated electricity that would otherwise be emitting millions of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year. The wind farm is run by a comprehensive team of industry experts. More than 350 people have gotten ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP achieves 75.8% capacity factor

March 2021 was a good month for us at LTWP, we achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8%, the highest in the 31 months that we have been in operation. Capacity factor is a unitless measurement of how much electricity a generation plant is producing over a given period. It is a ratio of how ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP staff gets enhanced health cover

Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has unveiled a new wellness programme for its staff. The programme, in a partnership with Liaison Group, Response-Med, and the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE), will focus on the nutritional and physical health as well as the emotional, social and organisational wellness of the renewable energy firm’s 350 staff. ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP OPEN DAY: ELDERS, WOMEN AND YOUTH COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES VISIT WIND FARM

LTWP organises Open Days at the windfarm with the purpose to have a dedicated platform on which to engage with the local communities, in addition to the ongoing dialogue that takes place through the Community Liaison Officers and Advisors (CLO’s & CAs). The attendees, most of whom are opinion leaders, committee members of various organisations ... Read more...
Read More

Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa visits LTWP offices in Karen – Shared her leadership journey with the LTWP Ladies.

  After 6 years spent in Kenya as the Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa, Catherine Collin’s posting came to an end on 30 June 2021 but before her exit, Catherine was gracious enough to accept our invitation to a Women Empowerment talk with LTWP female colleagues on 22 June 2021. Catherine ... Read more...
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LTWP Community Liaison team participates in a three – day training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation

Our team of Community Liaison Officers and Advisors participated in a training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation from the 3rd to the 7th of May 2021 conducted by The Kenya Institute of Social Work and Development. This was a very good avenue where LTWP shows by example what should be done now and in ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP improving electricity infrastructure by installing a STATCOM

LTWP contributes renewable energy to the national grid. The wind power that LTWP produces replaces millions of dollars’ worth of diesel-generated electricity that would otherwise be emitting millions of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year. The wind farm is run by a comprehensive team of industry experts. More than 350 people have gotten ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP achieves 75.8% capacity factor

March 2021 was a good month for us at LTWP, we achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8%, the highest in the 31 months that we have been in operation. Capacity factor is a unitless measurement of how much electricity a generation plant is producing over a given period. It is a ratio of how ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP staff gets enhanced health cover

Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has unveiled a new wellness programme for its staff. The programme, in a partnership with Liaison Group, Response-Med, and the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE), will focus on the nutritional and physical health as well as the emotional, social and organisational wellness of the renewable energy firm’s 350 staff. ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP OPEN DAY: ELDERS, WOMEN AND YOUTH COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES VISIT WIND FARM

LTWP organises Open Days at the windfarm with the purpose to have a dedicated platform on which to engage with the local communities, in addition to the ongoing dialogue that takes place through the Community Liaison Officers and Advisors (CLO’s & CAs). The attendees, most of whom are opinion leaders, committee members of various organisations ... Read more...
Read More

Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa visits LTWP offices in Karen – Shared her leadership journey with the LTWP Ladies.

  After 6 years spent in Kenya as the Head of the EIB Regional Representation for East Africa, Catherine Collin’s posting came to an end on 30 June 2021 but before her exit, Catherine was gracious enough to accept our invitation to a Women Empowerment talk with LTWP female colleagues on 22 June 2021. Catherine ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP Community Liaison team participates in a three – day training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation

Our team of Community Liaison Officers and Advisors participated in a training on Peace, Conflict Management and Reconciliation from the 3rd to the 7th of May 2021 conducted by The Kenya Institute of Social Work and Development. This was a very good avenue where LTWP shows by example what should be done now and in ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP improving electricity infrastructure by installing a STATCOM

LTWP contributes renewable energy to the national grid. The wind power that LTWP produces replaces millions of dollars’ worth of diesel-generated electricity that would otherwise be emitting millions of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere every year. The wind farm is run by a comprehensive team of industry experts. More than 350 people have gotten ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP achieves 75.8% capacity factor

March 2021 was a good month for us at LTWP, we achieved an average capacity factor of 75.8%, the highest in the 31 months that we have been in operation. Capacity factor is a unitless measurement of how much electricity a generation plant is producing over a given period. It is a ratio of how ... Read more...
Read More

LTWP staff gets enhanced health cover

Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has unveiled a new wellness programme for its staff. The programme, in a partnership with Liaison Group, Response-Med, and the National Organisation of Peer Educators (NOPE), will focus on the nutritional and physical health as well as the emotional, social and organisational wellness of the renewable energy firm’s 350 staff. ... Read more...
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