- The announcement comes hours after most parts of the country had on Sunday night experienced blackout for hours.
- Parts of Nyeri County in Iriaini and Kairuthi will also experience interruptions.
Three counties will on Tuesday experience electricity interruption, the Kenya Power has announced.
In a statement on Monday, the company said the outage is part of network maintenance.
In Machakos, there will be no power in Nodor, African Coffee, Newwide Garments, Nguo Yetu, Admin Block, Meru Greens, Mas Intimates, Incubators 1 & 2, Ken Meat, and adjacent areas.
The power will go out from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Parts of Nyeri County in Iriaini and Kairuthi will also experience interruptions.
Other areas are; Othaya Boys High School, Gathumbi Market, Waihara Market, Kabebero Market, Kihuri Water Treatment, Thokoini , Thuti, Thunguri Market, Iriani Girls School, Kiahagu Secondary, Kiriti, Karega, KIandemi Village and adjacent customers.
In TransNzoia County: Sirwo, Chisare, Kaplamai, Nyakinywa, Kipsingori, Kimoson, Kaplamai, Kapchepsir, Motosiet, Mateket, Kachibora, Kiptoi, Kipkeikei, Kapkarwa, Kamendi, Mwangaza, and adjacent areas.
The outage will be experienced from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
On Sunday night, most parts of the country experienced a power blackout for hours.
Energy CS Davis Chirchir said the nationwide blackout was caused by an overload in the Kisumu-Muhorono line.
The CS noted that the overload forced the system to shut down.
The line is planned to carry 80MW but was carrying 149MW as of the time of the blackout.
"We have not invested much in the networks. We plan on giving out several networks to be built by private firms. This will ease putting pressure," he said.
He noted that a new substation and a line of 90 km will relieve the capacity on the Muhoroni-Kisumu line.
"We will build a new 33KV line between Narok and Bomet to prevent constant power outages. We will have reduced overload line to prevent plunging the country into darkness," he said.
"The new line will take 20 months to complete. It will be funded by the African Development Bank and Japan."
He said the country has not had any major electricity system upgrades for the past six years.