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Rendeavour rolls out 30 MW solar strategy in Kenya

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Africa   The installation is in line with Rendeavour's long-term commitment

Rendeavour has installed its first solar power plant in Kenya, as part of a 30 MW strategy for Tatu City, the company's new city development in Nairobi.

The installation is in line with Rendeavour's long-term commitment to environmental conservation through harnessing renewable energy sources.

The solar power plant – installed on the roof of Dormans Coffee's global headquarters at Tatu Industrial Park – provides 1 MW of electricity.

Tatu City's strategy is to install solar panels on all rooftops at the industrial park, the largest in East Africa, said Nick Langford, Kenya Country Head for Rendeavour, Tatu City's owner and developer.

Tatu Industrial Park is zoned for light, non-polluting industries.

Leading international, regional and local companies are positioning their business at Tatu City for growth in East Africa and beyond.

They include Dormans Coffee, Kim-Fay, Unilever, Coopers K-Brands, Chandaria Industries, Freight Forwarder Kenya, Stecol, and Tianlong.

Backed by CDC Group and International Finance Corporation, Africa Logistics Properties at Tatu Industrial Park is the largest Grade A warehousing in Kenya.


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