Cheap electricity could help families save a bit of extra cash throughout the year, with the money potentially being put towards a holiday to Kenya.
The country has proved itself to be a popular place for Britons who want to go on safari, the Kenya Tourist Board has said.
People who save up money from switching to a cheap electricity supplier could take in one of the country's 59 National Parks and Reserves.
"It offers safari and coast combinations [that] are very popular with the UK traveller as many want to relax on the beach as well, as an essential part of a holiday," explained Angie Sloan, regional director for the Kenya Tourist Board.
Money saved through cheap electricity could allow families to take a summer holiday this year that is slightly different from their usual getaway.
A recent report by the Post Office's Travel Money Monitor found in the first quarter of this year, demand for the Kenyan shilling increased by 33 per cent.
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