NWPC to renovate Kenya's Chemususu dam

February 2014
World Energy News;2/26/2014, p2
The article reports that the National Water and Pipeline Corp. (NWPC) has announced that it will renovate the Chemususu dam located in Koibatek County, Kenya. Views of Julius Kones, chairman of NWPC on their plan are presented. Kones also informed that NWPC will provide additional 340,000 dollars for the other water projects of the area.


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