Hon Charles Keter, EGH
As Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum, Hon. Charles Keter is responsible for the oversight, policy and governance of the Ministry’s mandate; to facilitate the provision of clean, sustainable, affordable, reliable, secure and quality Energy and Petroleum services, for national development while protecting the environment. His main focus is on the national key flagship projects under the Jubilee Government, which incorporates: Universal Electricity Access, Transmission and Infrastructure Development, Commercialization of Crude Oil, Security of Supply for Petroleum Products and the Accelerated Generation of Power amongst others. Implementing the Ministry’s mission in support of the Governments goals of growing the economy, will advance the energy and petroleum strategy thus promoting leadership in the sector and region’s technology, innovation, management and performance.
Preceding his appointment in December 2015, Hon. Charles Keter was the Senator for Kericho County and Deputy Leader of Majority in Senate from 2013 till 2015. During his 13 year career in politics, Hon. Keter was also the Assistant Minister for Energy and Petroleum between 2008 and 2010 and a Member of Parliament for Belgut Constituency, which was rated the best in (CDF) Constituency Development Fund management in the year 2012.
His Political career was preceded by nine years of experience in the Telecommunications Sector, with expertise in Information Technology, Systems Analysis and Anti-fraud, as assistant manager of Anti Fraud Section, Telkom (K) limited.
Hon. Charles Keter holds a Global Executive MBA from the United States International University (USIU) - Africa and a Bachelors Degree in Double Maths from Kenyatta University.
|PS, State Department for Energy||PS, State Department for Petroleum|
|Dr. Eng. Joseph Njoroge, MBS was appointed to his current position of Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum in May 2013 and became the PS in the State Department for Energy following reorganization of government in December 2016. He has wide experience in power engineering and management. Prior to his appointment as PS he was the Managing Director of Kenya Power and Lighting Company. Dr. Eng. Njoroge holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and Master of Business Administration with a major in strategic management. He is a Chartered Electrical Engineer, a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, UK, a Registered Consulting Engineer, and is also a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Kenya. He is also Chairman of the MBA Chapter of University of Nairobi Alumni Association. He holds a PhD from University of Nairobi’s School of Business||Mr. Andrew N. Kamau, CBS has wide experience in petroleum energy gained from several years in leadership positions in the private sector. Prior to his appointment as Principal Secretary for petroleum he was the Chief Executive Officer of Bracewell Energy which has interests in mining, energy and natural resources. He has also served in senior positions in various companies with interests in mining, energy and natural resources including MAG Industries Ltd, Engen Kenya Limited, Esso Kenya Limited. Mr. Kamau is an alumni University of Nairobi where he studied Chemistry.|