The Sustainable Energy Access Forum Kenya (SEAF-K) is a forum bringing together energy sector players in Kenya with the aim of enhancing multi-stakeholder engagement to address the various challenges encountered in the sector. SEAF-K was founded in 2014 based on a common belief that once sustainable energy solutions are provided through sufficient policy, financial, technological and institutional support frameworks, Kenya can secure a sustainable pathway towards access to modern energy services for all. SEAF-K works to realise this through its four working groups Governance, Research and Development, Membership Outreach and Capacity Building and Information and Communication. SEAF-K has a secretariat hosted by The Kenya Climate Change Working Group and has members from the Government, Civil Societies and the Private Sector.
Membership into designated Working Groups shall be voluntary. Working Group members will nominate officials for representation as follows: Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson and Secretary. Working group Chairpersons and Secretaries will be the 2 officials that form part of the Steering Committee.