Electricity is considered as part of the engine for economic growth and development.
Electricity connectivity, reliability, affordability, sufficiency and accessibility remain at the
core of Kenya’s development challenge.
The government has committed to connecting 70% of the households by the end of 2017,
and 100% connectivity by 2020. In light of the above, the government has put in place
several measures to intensify electricity connectivity to households across the country.
Christian Aid in conjunction with the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA)
commissioned Infotrak Research and Consulting to conduct an opinion poll on clean energy
The poll covered the following among others:
- Kenya Power electricity connectivity across the regions;
- Kenya Power electricity reliability across the regions;
- Kenya Power electricity affordability;
- Satisfaction with Kenya Power electricity supply; Perceptions on whether Kenya has sufficient electricity for its population.