This chapter provides a chronological and thematic account of the work carried out by the Africa Sustainability Hub in Kenya, reflecting on the lessons these experiences bring to sustainability transformations and some of the concepts covered in the earlier chapters. It describes the identification and framing of the sustainability challenge, specifically access to low carbon energy for poorer populations, analysing various policies and their implications both for conventional energy approaches and for new models of mobile-enabled, pay-as-you-go, solar home systems. The chapter explains how various methods (e.g. Participatory Impact Pathways Analysis and World Cafés) were applied in the transformation laboratory (T-Lab) process and the lessons that were learnt as a result. The chapter discusses the role of networks, knowledge bridging and alliances that were enabled by the T-Labs. These brought private sector actors together with government developments such as the Kenya Off-Grid Solar Access Project, and led to the conception of the County Energy Access Platform with a view to opening opportunities for alternative pathways to sustainable energy access in the country.