Just Like Charity, Energy Conservation Begins at Home

Happy New Year 2018!! Or are we far too gone into the year to pass this off as a greeting? Either way I’m glad to be here still preaching about what I know best. My year started off quite well I can’t complain so no need to worry as to why its been over 7... Continue Reading →

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Buckle Up This Festive Season

The festive season is upon us once again. Christmas is in a few days and major malls had already started gearing up towards the season by decorating their facilities respective of the season as early as late October. Flashing lights, Christmas trees, great festive offers on goods; you name it. Here in Kenya, it’s a... Continue Reading →

The Road So Far…

Lao Tzu, almost 3000 years later, still inspires in this day and age. His philosophies are simply timeless. One of his wisest quotes which I’d like to use as my opening statement is, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. I was just reviewing my journey as a blogger since April... Continue Reading →

HEARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

“Wacha tuone vile hizi elections zitaenda, alafu nitapost content.” Translation: (Let’s see how this elections will turn out then post my content) I quipped when one of my readers questioned about when my next post was going to be. This was the new Kenyan proverb over the past few months and business was actually slowed... Continue Reading →

TOP FIVE SDGs FOR AFRICAN ENGINEERS

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), officially known as Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a set of 17 "Global Goals" with 169 targets between them. Spearheaded by the United Nations through a deliberative process involving its 193 Member States, as well as global civil society. The Resolution is a broader intergovernmental... Continue Reading →

Demythtifying Solar Water Heaters

As of 25th May 2017, the Kenyan national government through its agency the Energy Regulation Commission, ERC, will start following up on the Energy (Solar Water Heating) Regulations 2012 of the Energy Act 2006. The regulation states that any facility which consumes a minimum of 100 L of hot water daily, must install a solar... Continue Reading →

RETURN TO WORK FORMULA: THE PROBLEM (part 1)

“Kenya doctors end strike after deal with government”, one Aljazeera headline read. “Doctors in Kenya end three-month strike”, read Reuters. A day before this, “Suffering of patients to end as doctors say deal close” our local dailiesl. It’s been a long journey as a country and as a Kenyan, it’s a sigh of relief. Our days... Continue Reading →

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