A significant section of the roadmap discusses renewable energy transition pathways for Uganda. It explores scenarios like the business-as-usual approach, and more progressive strategies aiming for high and complete reliance on renewable sources. These pathways consider future energy demands, potential renewable energy growth, and policy adjustments needed. Emphasis is placed on the necessity for investments, governmental support, and collaborative efforts to realize these objectives, which promise environmental, economic, and societal benefits for Uganda.
The demands to green development towards the attainment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have gained much urgency. This is because countries are required to move away from fossil fuels to greener energy like Hydrogen, Solar, and Wind among others
How can Uganda’s energy system be transformed into a system that runs on 100% renewable energy (RE)? This introduction gives an overview about the needs and gaps underlying this study
Explore the “2023 UOMA Market Map” to gain insights into Uganda’s renewable energy sector, its growth, and future potential. This report is pivotal for understanding the dynamic off-grid energy market in Uganda.
Issued by the Regulation and Supervision Bureau for the water, wastewater, and electricity sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. This comprehensive guidance document delves into the technical intricacies of Solar PV Systems, as established under the Electricity Wiring Regulations (Third Edition). Intended for stakeholders in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, it provides detailed recommendations […]
As Uganda, the region, and indeed the world at large grapple with the triple threat of conflict, climate change, and COVID-19, there’s a critical window of opportunity to accelerate off-grid energy to spur recovery at both household and business levels. The Government of Uganda remains unwavering in its commitment to increasing access to energy, aiming for Universal Access by 2030. Recent initiatives include a pilot tariff for industrial parks, a declining block tariff for domestic consumers, and the launch of a last-mile strategy targeting 60% grid access by 2030. Underpinning this strategy, the government has secured a funding facility of USD 638M to support both on-grid and off-grid energy solutions under the Energy Access Scale-up Project (EASP).