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  • KNEB Ag. CEO Eng. Collins Juma(Front Left) and Energy Cabinet Secretary Hon. Charles Keter (Back Left) during the signing of a nuclear power partnership agreement in Seoul, Republic of Korea in September 2016.

  • Energy & Petroleum PS Dr. Eng. Joseph Njoroge and Ms Ann Starz from the International Atomic Energy Agency during a media briefing in Nairobi in August 2015

  • Representatives from various ministries, departments and agencies involved in Kenya’s nuclear power programme with IAEA experts during the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review mission in August 2015.

  • Energy & Petroleum CS Hon. Charles Keter, MPs drawn from the National Assembly’s Departmental Committee on Energy, Communications and Information and KNEB Board & Staff during a retreat in Naivasha in April 2016.

  • Energy & Petroleum CS Hon. Charles Keter shares a light moment during a meeting with KNEB board members and staff at KAWI House, South C, Nairobi.

  • KNEB Ag. CEO Eng. Collins Juma congratulates Allan Olingo from The East African newspaper who won the Nuclear category in the Energy Journalism Excellence Awards(EJEA) 2016.

Photo: KNEB staff engaging in field exercises during the team building in Naivasha


The management and staff of KNEB held a team building exercise on 4th January at the Morendat Conference Centre in Naivasha.

Under the themes; inspiration, Interventions, Network, Support, Productivity and Results, the team building focused on various simulations with the aim of teaching KNEB staff a number of lessons that could apply at work to increase their productivity.

 Activities during the three day exercise  included the spur activity which focused on team work and attitude, 15 pieces treasure hunt emphasizing  strategic thinking, cook out focused on time management, accountability and teamwork ,tag of war that addressed team performance in order deliver through working together as one among others. 

 Chief Executive Officer Eng. Collins Juma emphasized the need for synergy and improved performance through working as a team in order to deliver on the organization mandate of introducing nuclear electricity generation in the country. ‘This is the first of many more to come, let us enjoy and learn from others as we work towards delivering  on our mandate with gusto’ said Eng. Juma.

 The team building is important to KNEB in building a stronger team as the organization is strategizing for the year and moving closer to the 2027 target of commissioning the first 1000MW nuclear power plant in Kenya.