The research presented in this report forms one of two case studies
prepared for the study on Utilising Electricity Access for Poverty
Reduction. The Case Study seeks to answer, in the Kenyan context, the
1. What level of electricity access is required to enable and sustain poverty escape?
2. What constraints, despite increased access to electricity, mean that people are not able to use that electricity productively? How can they be removed?
The research was carried out through desk studies of policy and regulation, consultations with stakeholders involved in electricity provision and field research focusing on communities touched by four different electricity access programmes.
Willcox, M.; Waters, L.; Wanjiru, H.; Muzee, K.; Esendi, V. Utilising electricity access for poverty reduction. Annex 2. Case study report: Kenya. Practical Action Consulting, Bourton-on-Dunsmore, UK (2015) 104 pp.