Gulf Energy and Centum to construct the US$ 2bn coal power plant in Lamu

22 January 2015

Gulf Energy Limited and Centum Investment have been given the go ahead to construct a US$ 2bn coal power plant in Lamu, Kenya after the public private partnership petitions committee withdrew a bid to bring the 960-Megawatt project to a standstill.

The mega coal power project is part of projects lined up in the Kenya’s 5,000-MW vision that is set to be achieved in the next three and a half years.

Centum is a leading East African Investment Company that is listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange and Gulf Energy Limited provides energy solutions to a growing energy sector in Kenya.

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