Watts Up Magazine


We are  proud to launch our Magazine exclusively focusing on Energy sector on September 9th 2015.  The magazine is called “Watts up” We intend to be Africa’s leading magazine on Energy issues within the shortest time possible.

The major concerns the magazine wants to address are:

  1. To bridge the gap between the consumer and producer through communication .We see rising conflicts in the energy sector jeopardizing projects in the region.
  2. It will analyze, comment and give solutions to many wide ranging  issues in the energy sector that impact on the citizens. We want to unlock and demystify energy services.
  3. The magazine will provide a meeting of minds for innovators, entrepreneurs, investors in the sector to meet in our magazine, forums and digital space.
  4. We have assembled a team of experienced writers, columnist and experts from across the world. Their information will be used as reference material for discussion across the region.

The Magazine will have diverse section that include Oil and Gas, breaking stories, regional news, Kenyan news of various players. World news on Energy The news will be simplified and show how they directly impact on the normal citizens of the region.


Download the latest issues of the Watts-Up magazine below.

September 2015

November/December 2015




The Stima series Magazine

This is launch of the first and only non-fiction primary school book series on electricity- ‘Stima Series’ -The series are a collection of four educative and yet interesting factual story books about electricity for the young developing minds. The series was commissioned after taking cognizance of the Kenya Government’s efforts of supplying electricity to primary schools while seeking to extend the reach and use of electricity. With a foreword from the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and authored by leading Marketer in Region and former Kenya Power and Lighting staff: Mr. James Ngomeli, it is a compelling and practical reading material for the primary school going children experiencing electricity for the first time and also those currently using it.

Ketraco Ag CEO Fernandes Barasa receives 'Stima series' books.

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