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France, Uganda sign Shs 6.2 billion power generation deal

The government of Uganda through its agency, the Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited (UEGCL) has received a grant worth Shs 6.2 billion from a French development agency (AFD) to facilitate the process of undertaking feasibility studies for a number of small hydro-power generation sites. The sites are located in the …

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UEGCL visits Isimba, warns on crack repairs

The Board of Directors of Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited (UEGCL) has warned about none conformity to agreed repair methods for previously observed cracks at the Isimba Hydro Power Project. The board made the observation Friday when they visited the Isimba Hydro Power Project site to assess the progress of the …

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UEGCL secures Norwegian expertise to boost solar energy capacity

Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited (UEGCL) has struck a partnership with a Norwegian company W. Giertsen that will boost cooperation in the area of developing renewable energy projects. Officials of W.Giertsen Energy Solutions were in Kampala recently  to conclude a Memorandum of Understating (MOU), whose main objective is to outline how UEGCL will cooperate with the …

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UEGCL and UETCL take charge of Karuma, Isimba

Uganda’s generation and transmission firms UEGCL and UETCL have taken over administration of mega power projects Karuma and Isimba. “Glad to inform that this morning I received, on behalf of @UegclP , the Deeds of assignment for Karuma and Isimba,” tweeted Harrison Mutikanga, Uganda Electricity Generation Co.Ltd (UEGCL) CEO. The …

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VIDEO: UEGCL faults Isimba Dam constractors

NBS: Officials from the Uganda Electricity Generation Company would leave nothing to chance during an inspection of the Isimba dam in Kamuli. The officials who put the contractors on the spot over shoddy construction work, where quick to whip out the contract and read it out when the contractors attempted …

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