It is also doing a brand new power plant, Ol Karia 5 just past where it installed the 140Mw at Ol Karia 4.
In addition, where it used to have only 6 wind turbines on the slopes of Ngong Hills, it has now scaled that up to 30 turbines and is producing 25.5Mw of power to the national grid.
Notably, when you visit the windy Ngong hills area where the project is situated, you see both homes and domesticated livestock operating within the project area.
As the turbine is mounted at the top and power is carried via underground cables to the substation, the tall masts pose no danger.
It also shows how Kengen has perfected the art of dealing with stakeholder communities when putting up its projects.
Even as the privately-owned Kinangop Power project continues to be bogged down in community politics, Kengen is moving to Meru (Nyambene Hills area) where it intends to put up 100Mw of Wind Power which could be scaled up to 400Mw.