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Kenya Power Unveils Plan To Accelerate Electric Cooking


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Our team at We Don't Have Time recently had the pleasure of meeting with Mary, a representative from the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC), to discuss potential collaborations between our organizations. The meeting, held over a delightful lunch in Thika town, aimed to explore the possibility of a partnership that could contribute to environmental sustainability and community well-being.

The collaboration builds on our past engagement with KPLC, particularly in a tree planting exercise in East Thika districk, Kenya, back 2023. Together, we have witnessed the positive impact such initiatives can have on local ecosystems, emphasizing the importance of joint efforts in fostering environmental conservation.

During our discussion, Mary introduced us to an innovative product that KPLC is introducing to the Kenyan market—an E-Cooking Electric Pressure Cooker. This smart cooker stands out as a more effective and energy-efficient method of cooking compared to traditional approaches. Notably, the E-Cooking Electric Pressure Cooker is environmentally friendly, producing no harmful fumes and promoting healthier cooking practices.

One of the key features of the E-Cooking Electric Pressure Cooker is its ability to utilize minimal energy while providing an excellent alternative to conventional cooking methods. Equipped with a non-stick pan, the cooker ensures less wastage and offers a sustainable solution to the challenges associated with traditional cooking practices.

As part of their outreach efforts, KPLC aims to introduce the E-Cooking Electric Pressure Cooker to various counties across Kenya. By promoting this innovative and eco-friendly cooking solution, the collaboration between We Don't Have Time and KPLC seeks to contribute to sustainable living practices, reduce energy consumption, and enhance the overall well-being of communities.

In conclusion, the meeting with Mary from Kenya Power and Lighting Company marks the beginning of an exciting journey toward a partnership that aligns with our shared commitment to environmental stewardship. We look forward to further discussions and collaborative initiatives that will make a positive impact on both local communities and the planet. As We Don't Have Time, we are looking forward to accelerate their mission through our platform as partners where we believe their can reach huge audience and help more with a clean cooking method, that's highly needed especially to our African region which will be a healthy way to go.
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  • johnte ndeto

    6 w

    It's such a brilliant initiative introducing electric cooking as this will really curb deforestation and save on time as electric cooking is quick

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    • Esther Wanjiku

      6 w

      Kudos to Kenya's electricity giant for being at the center of clean energy cooking

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      • Munene Mugambi

        6 w

        It is something we have been waiting to take place for a long while, with Kenya's largely renewable energy production, our cooking should also be tailor made to fit this bill as we can certainly support this initiative from our grids. Way to go Kenya!

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        • Edwin wangombe

          6 w

          This is commendable and I wish they would unveil this project sooner. It will be beneficial for the community and it will help curb pollution caused by burning fossil fuels.

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          • Chris Ndungu

            6 w

            Such kind of discussions are exemplary, this is a great effort by KPLC as many will be delivered from tradition methods of cooking for instance, the use of charcoal will decrease which is a chief climate threat. Kudos We Don't Have Time team for this.

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            • winnie nguru

              6 w

              This is so cool. KPLC has been proactive in rural electrification so this project stands to benefit since most people now have access to electricity

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              • We Don't Have Time

                6 w

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                • Kevin

                  6 w

                  Impressive! This plan will help a lot of households across the country and promote the use of clean energy.WDHTs pursuit for a collaboration is very well thought out.

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                  • George Kariuki

                    6 w

                    The E-Cooking Electric Pressure Cooker sounds like a game-changer for sustainable living. Together, we can #CookClean #LiveGreen and make a real difference for the planet! Let's keep pushing for cleaner cooking methods in Africa! ✊

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                    • Gorffly mokua

                      6 w

                      That sounds like a wonderful meeting! I hope to see more initiatives like this from KPLC and other companies in the future...

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                      • Felix mokaya

                        6 w

                        @gorffly_mokua Agree ,if other companies follow KPLC steps ,it will really help in financial aid to combat climate change

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                      • Felix mokaya

                        7 w

                        This is such a great move taken by KPLC .I hope by this partnership great things are going to be achieved .

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                        • Elizabeth Gathigia

                          7 w

                          Great collaboration, this mission of introducing electric cooking will of great help especially in lower carbon emissions and led to a more sustainable environment

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                          • Rotich Kim

                            7 w

                            Brilliant step we are hopefully that Kenya power will get more innovation towards solving emissions and safeguard our environment 💪

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                            • Joseph Githinji

                              7 w

                              Looking forward to seeing more engagements between We Don't Have Time and Kenya Power to foster more positive change in our environment. Introduction of electric pressure cooker is a great way to reduce carbon emissions in our homes. This is a great sustainability achievement.

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                              • George Wachiuri

                                7 w

                                Amazing job you are doing WDHT Kenya Chapter. As Green Warriors 237 we support you in this journey.

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                                • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                                  7 w

                                  This is a great collaboration our esteemed country director. For once, Kenya power has been mentioned in good books other than what kenyans know of it. I believe this partnership is just a begining of better things to come.

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                                  • Joseph Githinji

                                    7 w

                                    @rukia_ahmed_abdi I believe there's better days ahead, this is a great collaboration.

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                                    • Patrick Kiash

                                      6 w

                                      @rukia_ahmed_abdi Yah! This made me smile, indeed yesterday they visited our office for demo of how their eclectic pressure cookers work, and such compliment surfaced in the room. But their answer to us was sufficient in a way.

                                      • Boniface Kuria

                                        6 w

                                        @patrick_kiash How I wish they introduce this for the masses soon.

                                      • walter lungayi

                                        7 w

                                        This is a positive step towards promoting clean energy and reducing reliance on traditional cooking methods. This initiative has the potential to improve air quality and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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                                        • Joseph Githinji

                                          7 w

                                          @walter_lungayi True, it is a game charger in our homes, it is worth adopting without a doubt.

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                                        • MA Reen

                                          7 w

                                          Pika na power it is!!Glad to have been part of this interruction.A longterm solution to save our environment is underway the best part of this is that its coming from one of our main sources of energy in Kenya 🇰🇪.This is a very intentional move.

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                                          • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                                            7 w

                                            @ma_reen great move towards sustainability. Kudos to KPLC

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                                          • Jane Wangui

                                            7 w

                                            This is very commendable...for developing countries such as Kenya... sources of fuel to cook is a challenge to many as many people rely on traditional methods of cooking such as use of charcoal..by enlightening people on Alternative means could help reduce the pollution.

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                                            • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

                                              7 w

                                              @jane_wangui Sure. Kenya is endowed with numerous green energy resources. With will, we can indeed say a goodbye to the use of charcoal an other unfriendly source of cooking energy.

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                                            • Boniface Kuria

                                              7 w

                                              This kind of discussions are encouraged, especially with industry players. I am excited to see We Dont Have Time Kenya Chapter following up on the electric cooking initiative by Kenya Power.

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                                              • Edwin wangombe

                                                6 w

                                                @boniface_kuria yes... I agree the Kenyan team is doing exemplary...

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