07th Solar Kenya 2022
About this Event
The Solar Expo Kenya aims not only to serve as a platform in Kenya but the entire East and Central African region. The participation in 2022 is expected to rise by at least 30% owing to the ever increasing need of solar projects and products in Africa.
Kenya is all prepared to spend USD 2.1 billion on electrification in off-grid areas focusing on renewable powered minigrids. As part of the nation’s 2016-21 strategic plan, the Rural Electrification Authority aims to install around 450 minigrids powered by solar sources.
On the consumer side, it is estimated that about 25,000 to 30,000 solar PV products are traded annually in the Kenyan market and that at least every household has owned atleast one solar PV product.