Lamu Womin Movement: No Coal Plant

On 5th February, 85 women, from Kipungani and Matondoni gathered to deliberate on the proposed Lamu Coal power plant. The plant which is to be situated in Kwasasi Area plans to produce 1,050 MW to power the LAPPSET project. Women groups have never been consulted in the spirit and letter of Kenya’s constitution, which rests […]

COP 23- Ending Coal

The 2017 UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany  was the next step for governments to implement the Paris Climate Change Agreement and accelerate the transformation to sustainable, resilient and climate-safe development. The Paris Agreement entered into force  in November 2016. The conference  further clarified the enabling frameworks that will make the agreement fully operational […]

PRESS RELEASE: Energy Regulatory Commission has Not Issued a License for the Lamu Coal Plant

Lamu, March 30, 2017 We wish to clarify media reports that the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has not granted a license to Amu Power for the proposed 1,050 MW coal power plant in Lamu County. Rather, the ERC published a response to Save Lamu’s objection to the issuance of a license to Amu Power. This […]