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Press Releases from Future Energy Uganda (4 total)

Ugandan energy minister Irene Muloni leads a strong line-up of women in power at …

Women in power is a strong theme for the upcoming Future Energy Uganda’s opening session on 13 September which features a high-level line-up including the Minister of Energy and Minerals Development, Irene Muloni, and three leading ladies in the region’s energy sector from Power Africa, Siemens and a former Ugandan finance minister. Future Energy Uganda is slated to be THE meeting platform this year for project developers, finance houses and multilateral

Siemens supports Uganda’s power goals with diamond sponsorship for Future Ener …

“In Uganda, Siemens’ primary goal is to assist the government to increase national power generating capacities and to connect the local population to the power grids. A reliable and extensive power supply system is the fundamental prerequisite for sustainable development, economic growth and job creation.” This is according to Sabine Dall'Omo, CEO, Siemens Southern and Eastern Africa, who is a featured panellist at the opening session of the upcoming Future

Uganda's UEGCL aims to be the leading power producer in the Great Lakes region - …

“UEGCL aims to be the leading power producer in the Great Lakes region,” says Dr. Eng Harrison E. Mutikanga, CEO of the Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited (UEGCL). He adds: “Uganda is a member of the Eastern Africa Power Pool (EAPP), whereby regional power interconnections are envisaged to be developed to ease the access to electricity power supply to all people of the countries in the Eastern Africa Region. Our

Why Uganda is the next energy investment destination

Uganda’s immense power potential and enormous energy investment opportunities will be in focus when stakeholders and decision makers meet for a strategic two-day conference and showcase during the inaugural Future Energy Uganda in Kampala from 12-13 September 2017. “The numbers in Uganda’s energy sector speak for themselves: the country is without a doubt the next energy investment destination,” says Future Energy Uganda event director Le-ann Hare-Keymer. She explains: “Uganda aims

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