NUCLEAR ENERGY FOR INDUSTRIALIZATION, A CASE STUDY OF KENYA’S VISION 2030 Presentation to The Dialogue Forum on “Long term prospectsfor nuclear energy in the post-Fukushima era”By Eng. Collins Juma Director, Technical Affairs Nuclear Electricity Project Committee
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Presentation Outline •Current power situation •Vision 2030 •Future power demand •Future power mix •Nuclear as part of the mix •Kenya’snuclear power programme •The Legal Frameworks •Conclusions
Ministry of Energy (MoE) (energy policy matters) Generation function Transmission and Distribution function - KPLC UETCL Imports (<1%) IPPs ** (~20% Inst. Cap) Thermal (187MW) Geothermal (~50 MW) EPP * (140 MW) KenGen* (~ 80% Inst. Cap.) Hydro (761 MW) Thermal (259 MW) Wind (5.3 MW) Geothermal (150 MW) 70% GoK & 30% Public Energy Regulatory Commission(ERC)(regulating energy sector) Other IPPs expected Rural Electrification Authority (REA)**** POWER SUB-SECTOR INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK TODAY GDC NEP KETRACO 100% Govt owned