Why Kenya? – Investing in Kenya’s Renewable Energy

With his His Excellency, President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, Richard Branson (Founder, Virgin Group), Jacqueline Novogratz (founder and CEO, Acumen), Chris Anderson (curator, TED Conference) Dipender Saluja (Capricorn Investments), Steve Jurvetson (Draper Fisher Jurvetson), Jean Oelwang (CEO, Virgin Unite), Bob Collymore (Safaricom) and Zia Khan of the Rockefeller Foundation.

We explored how to make the most of Kenya’s abundant potential for green energy. The proposed renewables project would benefit the 50% Kenyans who are yet to access electricity. As Investors in this initiative we have chosen Kenya because the Government is ready to listen to ideas and help implement them. The project would cover Kenya and Rwanda, before being rolled out to other parts of the African continent. Both countries will serve as models.

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5 thoughts on “Why Kenya? – Investing in Kenya’s Renewable Energy

  1. Kisorio

    Hi Strive,

    You impact in the tech world is recommendable.

    My name is Joshua. After five years of research in innovative solution world most urgent problems, i got a breakthrough in a system and method for curbing trade in counterfeit and automating tax reporting.

    The solution is IVORY(class9 registered trademark).

    IVORY is a Nairobi based social commerce start-up. Globally scalable patent pending commerce system will ensure competitive advantage in electronic payments, particularly, P2P, P2B, B2B B2C, branchless banking, instant micro-loan service, crowd funding and group purchase. the system will also ensure competitive advantage in brick and mortar commerce, e-commerce, payroll services, public transport services, event services, music streaming, movie streaming, social networking and targeted advertising. IVORY is the long awaited next big thing.

    I am seeking capital in exchange of equity to commercialize the product. I would like to email you executive summary if this investment opportunity interests you.

    Regards,
    Kisorio.

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  2. Nodumo

    Dear Sir,

    I’m working with a Brazil based organization (website linked above) which is interested in translating content from your blog into Portuguese. We would like to email you and/or the blog administrators to explain further. May we have an email address that we can reach? Thank you.

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  3. Micaiah Mathenge

    My role model and mentor, Strive Masiyiwa. My name is Micaiah Kabue, i would like to be part of this renewable energy venture. I’m a project and corporate finance expert with a UAE firm based in Kenya. I would be pleased to offer my services on this noble course.

    lets talk.

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