With hydropower making up around 49% of installed electricity capacity in Kenya, the county’s power system is increasingly vulnerable to climate change impacts such as erratic rainfall and recurrent droughts. At the same time, an estimated 77% of the Kenyan population does not have access to electricity and power demand is quickly growing as the economy rapidly expands. To address these challenges, Kenya’s “Vision 2030” emphasizes the use of geothermal energy as a stable, low-carbon, and climate resilient renewable energy resource. Under the Vision, GoK plans to increase geothermal capacity by 2,000% (up to 5,530 MW) by 2030. In alignment with Vision 2030, two geothermal projects are currently certified under the Clean Development Mechanism and will contribute 320,000 tCO2e in avoided greenhouse gases. Highlighted below are several actions and good practices, profiled in this case study, supporting Kenya’s geothermal expansion plans under Vision 2030.