Kenya’s first coal power plant awaits environmental watchdog’s ruling

Construction of Kenya’s first coal power plant is waiting on a ruling from the country’s environmental watchdog. The construction of the near 1000 MW power plant in the coastal town of Lamu has been challenged at the environmental tribunal. For a look at how the power plant’s designers worked to mitigate both chemical pollution and thermal pollution, I spoke to Sanjay Gandhi, of Kurrent Technologies. I started by asking him how thermal pollution on the coastline, can be alleviated.

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