Kim-Fay rolls out clean energy business plan

Raj Bains, Kim-Fay East Africa CEO receives commemorative plaque from Ron orlovsky CEO, Solar Power & Infrastructure upon successful installation of 382 Solar Panels on the factory's roof as part of their Clean Energy Initiative dubbed Reduce Today Respect Tomorrow.

Raj Bains, Kim-Fay East Africa CEO receives commemorative plaque from Ron orlovsky CEO, Solar Power & Infrastructure upon successful installation of 382 Solar Panels on the factory's roof as part of their Clean Energy Initiative dubbed Reduce Today Respect Tomorrow.

Kim-Fay rolls out clean energy business plan

Kim-Fay, a leading local manufacturer of personal care, tissue, & hygiene products, has plugged into the National Green Industry Action Plan with the installation of 382 Solar Panels on its factory roof.

Kim Fay joins the growing number of green factories in Kenya seeking to increase operational efficiency while reducing their electric-power carbon footprint. The manufacturers’ Clean Energy Initiative underpins Kenya’s Green Industry Action Plan designed to promote the adoption of new energy efficient solutions to help factories meets Kenya’s vision 2030 clean energy goals.

Raj Bains, Kim-Fay East Africa CEO receives commemorative plaque from Ron orlovsky CEO, Solar Power & Infrastructure upon successful installation of 382 Solar Panels on the factory's roof as part of their Clean Energy Initiative dubbed Reduce Today Respect Tomorrow.
Raj Bains, Kim-Fay East Africa CEO receives commemorative plaque from Ron orlovsky CEO, Solar Power & Infrastructure upon successful installation of 382 Solar Panels on the factory’s roof as part of their Clean Energy Initiative dubbed Reduce Today Respect Tomorrow.

Speaking about the initiative Raj Bains, Managing Director, Kim-Fay said, “We are energized by our Clean Energy Business Plan which is geared towards safeguarding our world for future generations. Our goal is to have 100 percent of our energy requirements from renewable energy and be totally self sufficient by 2022.”

Dubbed Reduce Today, Respect Tomorrow, the initiative seeks to integrate clean energy use into a unique sustainability business model. According to Raj Ron Orlovsky CEO, Solar Power and Infrastructure Kenya, the company that installed Kim-Fay’s solar panels, this will reduce cost on various levels of production from design to manufacturing, thus enabling customers to enjoy quality affordable hygiene brands.

He said: “Investing in solar energy is a smart move for factories because solar panels last long and have few maintenance problems compared to other sources of power available. In addition, the energy is free, clean and renewable.”

Guided by the Sustainable Development Goal 7 – Affordable Clean Energy- which highlights the importance of industries adopting cost-effective technology to reduce the global electricity consumption by 14%, Kim-Fay is building on its organizational ethos which is to Uplift Lives.

“This begins with the understanding that the way we use resources today shapes the world of tomorrow. And as part of our sustainability vision, we are committed to actively encourage our customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to do the same so that together we drive the message home,” added Raj.

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