# Our Mission

#### To generate sustainable green renewable geothermal energy

Olsuswa Energy is a private developer of green renewable energy that is committed to unlocking the vast geothermal potential found beneath the soils of the Kenyan Rift Valley. At a time when the need for clean renewable energy is being embraced around the world, the use of geothermal energy to create a sustainable and environment-friendly future is central to Olsuswa Energy’s vision.

## Kenya’s Energy Targets

In line with Vision 2030 targets, Kenya is hoping by the 2030s to have 10,000 MWe of electricity available for transmission on its national grid. This can be achieved only through the participation of both public- and private-sector players. Olsuswa Energy is one of the Independent Power Producers (IPPs) that is investing in new geothermal generating capacity in Kenya.

Through developing its flagship Barrier Volcanic Complex (BVC) Geothermal Licence, Olsuswa Energy aims – in phases – to contribute at least 140 MWe of electricity into Kenya’s geothermal mix, a mix that in the 2030s is expected to make up more than half of the country’s installed electricity capacity.

### 140 Megawatts

Olsuswa Energy’s contribution to the national grid.

### 10,000 Megawatts

Vision 2030 development goal.

## Kenya’s Energy Targets

In line with Vision 2030 targets, Kenya is hoping by the 2030s to have 10,000 MWe of electricity available for transmission on its national grid. This can be achieved only through the participation of both public- and private-sector players. Olsuswa Energy is one of the Independent Power Producers (IPPs) that is investing in new geothermal generating capacity in Kenya.

Through developing its flagship Barrier Volcanic Complex (BVC) Geothermal Licence, Olsuswa Energy aims – in phases – to contribute at least 140 MWe of electricity into Kenya’s geothermal mix, a mix that in the 2030s is expected to make up more than half of the country’s installed electricity capacity.

### 140 Megawatts

Olsuswa Energy’s contribution to the national grid.

### 140 Megawatts

Vision 2030 development goal.