Google to Invest in Kenya’s Lake Turkana Wind Farm

Kenya's Energy Future

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Google Inc announced its investment in the Lake Turkana wind project in Kenya. Google has agreed to buy a 12.5 percent stake from Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems. Google will purchase the stake once the project is completed in 2017 for an undisclosed amount.
This investment will bring 310 megawatts of cheap, clean, and renewable energy into Kenya’s grid. It will account for about 15 percent of Kenya’s electricity needs, based on current generation capacity.
And once constructed, it will be the largest wind farm in all of Africa and the single-largest private sector investment in Kenya’s history.

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