KenGen, which is 70% owned by the government, said in a statement over the weekend its annual total revenue rose 4% to 45.9 billion shillings, while operating expenses rose to 12.88 billion shillings from 10.88 billion shillings.
The company, which has an installed generation capacity of 1,818 megawatts (MW), supplies more than 60% of the power for East Africa.
KenGen said it planned to add another 83 MW to Kenya's national grid from its Olkaria unit 6 geothermal power plant by December, and is looking to jointly set up another 140 MW geothermal plant with other companies.
The company recommended a dividend payment of 0.30 shillings per share, unchanged from the last financial year.
($1 = 111.2000 Kenyan shillings)
(Reporting by George Obulutsa; Editing by Shounak Dasgupta)