- Not to be confused with the associated Kenya Power and Lighting Company.
Kenya Electricity Generating Company or simply KenGen is a state-owned company, the largest power producing company in Kenya producing about 80% of the electricity consumed in the country.
The company owns fourteen (14) hydropower stations with a combined capacity of 615.3 MW, three thermal power plants of 147 MW, two geothermal power plants of 115 MW and one wind farm of 5.1 MW resulting a total installed capacity of 882.4 MW for KenGen.
The company was founded in 1998 when it was separated from the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC). The KenGen shares are also listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange since 2006.
List of KenGen Power stations
- Kipevu Gas Turbine
- Kipevu Diesel Plant
- Nairobi South Gas Turbine
- ^ KenGen hydropower stations
- ^ KenGen thermal power stations
- ^ KenGen geothermal power stations
- ^ KenGen wind farm