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Amu Power's response

Author: Amu Power, Published on: 17 April 2018

"Lamu coal-fired plant will accelerate local and regional growth while conserving the environment and driving socio-economic impact"

…We acknowledge that the environmental concerns raised by the community and the various stakeholders are genuine…Lamu Coal Fired power plant will comply with all mandatory requirements applicable to Health, Safety and Environmental laws and regulations in Kenya as well as the environmental and social safeguards stipulated by the African Development Bank, the International Finance Corporation and the World Bank Group.

…The project will directly and indirectly create jobs through its initial 200 billion investment that will go into the development phase as well as another set of jobs during execution as well as the through the plant’s value chain

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This is a response from the following companies: Amu Power