Kenyans are facing a shortage of timber and charcoal as the government moves to save forests from depletion.

Forty-two-year old John Matuku, a peasant in Mutha, Kitui County, has been burning charcoal all his adult life.

A study conducted at the Kakuma Refugee Camp shows there is a huge demand for cleaner cooking solutions and modern renewable electrical supplies.

Kenya on Wednesday unveiled ethanol stoves for refugees in Kakuma camp in northwest part of the country to help mitigate climate carbon emissions.

Turkana County is one of Kenya's most arid regions, but land near the town of Kakuma sports a dense thicket of thorny trees.

Masaka — When Caesar Ntale, a pineapple grower in Buwunga Sub-county, Masaka District realised the need for more land to expand his pineapple business, he sent brokers to identify more land in neig

THE government has directed some of its institutions to start phasing out the use of charcoal as a source of cooking energy with immediate effect, a measure that is aimed at conserving environm

ClimateCare is pleased to announce it has extended its partnership with stove manufacturer, Burn Manufacturing to widen access to affordable, energy efficient cooking stoves in Kenya.

The World Bioenergy Association (WBA) has launched its WBA Global Bioenergy Statistics report for 2017. The report claims that across the world, bioenergy remains the biggest source of renewable energy. A number of key findings are unearthed by the report. Most significantly, the global supply of biomass increased to 59.2EJ in 2014, a 2.6% rise on the previous year. In total, it accounted for 10.3% of the global energy supply. Biomass also accounted for three quarters of the total renewable energy supply.

As electricity becomes more costly, more families may turn to firewood and charcoal for heating and cooking, critics fear