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Monday, 27 June 2022 01:56 GMT

Huawei will help Kenya move to green energy

(MENAFN) Huawei, a Chinese technology company, is eager to help Kenya increase green energy usage and accelerate low-carbon growth.

According to Victor Koyier, Executive Manager of Business Development at Huawei Kenya, the East African country has an abundance of renewable energy sources including solar, geothermal, and wind that may be used to expedite the transition to a green economy.

The Kenyan government wants to generate electricity using green energy, and we have the technology answers to help that goal, Koyier said late Friday at the Huawei FusionSolar Eastern Africa Partner Summit in Nairobi, Kenya's capital.

According to Koyier, there is now a high demand in Kenya for the use of solar energy in the commercial and industrial sectors. "We have advanced energy storage systems which are alternatives for diesel-powered machines," told Koyier.

He also stated that Huawei offers energy options for families that are not connected to the national power grid. "We have mini-grids that are solar-powered and can enable households in remote areas to have access to affordable electricity," Koyier said.


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