Kenya signed participant agreement on EXPO-2017
“EXPO-2017 platform will give impetus to the development of bilateral relations and increase of trade turnover between the countries”, – in the national company noted.
The Kenyan Commissioner reported that he attached special importance to signing the Memorandum of Cooperation between the Chambers of Trade and Industry of Kazakhstan and Kenya.
Ch. Kiptoo informed that Kenya intends to present the country’s achievements in the field of alternative energy sources at the exhibition, in particular in the use of solar energy. In 2017, the country plans to launch a solar photovoltaic power plant with a capacity of 50 MW, which will cover 81 hectares of desert lands.
According to the Kenyan Commissioner, Kenya intends to abandon the use of fossil fuels, and will switch to 100% utilization of RES by 2050.
Source: Kazakhstan 2050