Case study: Italian giant Enel Green Power and U.S. startup Powerhive collaborate in Kenya for microgrids

Key Players

Enel Green Power (EGP), a European power producer with more than 10 GW of renewable assets, is collaborating with U.S. microgrid startup Powerhive in Kenya. EGP is under the umbrella of Enel, a large power incumbent headquartered in Italy, and has nearly doubled its generation ass...

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