Sh17b Source of The Nile Pier Construction

The project, valued at Sh17 billion, was awarded to Excel Construction Company Limited by the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife, and Antiquities of the Government of Uganda. Its original duration was scheduled to begin on October 1, 2023, and end on October 1, 2024.

The Karuma Dam Power Project will be completed in September 2024

The Karuma Hydroelectric Station is scheduled to open in September 2024, with an initial completion date of 2018. Four of the six units are now active, with full capability projected after the sixth unit is finished by the end of 2024. The project’s goal is to address rising power demand. Uganda’s installed electrical capacity is expected to reach 2000 MW once completed.

EU Pledges 60 Million euros to Upgrade Ugandan Power Plants.

The EU’s ambassador to Uganda, Jan Sadek, gave a compelling speech at a mining conference in Kampala to introduce this revolutionary project. “We intend to invest approximately 60 million euros towards the restoration of Kiira and Nalubaale hydropower plants, with the goal of securing dependable energy for Uganda’s industrial development.”

Uganda’s Power Generation To Rise To 50,000 MW

Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja, who presided over the introduction of the Energy Policy, stated that Uganda, like the rest of Africa, has an abundance of evenly dispersed electricity sources.
These include fossil fuels and uranium, as well as hydropower (15,000 MW), solar (10,000 MW), geothermal (500 MW), heat (800 MW), wind (200 MW), and other sources.