Currently no planned events for Uganda.
Kenya-Norway Energy Week will take place in conjunction with the Future Energy East Africa conference and exhibition
Both Uganda and Rwanda have a huge potential when it comes to power and the countries are ripe for renewable energy investments. To understand the markets and get to know the industry players better, Norwegian Energy Partners, in cooperation with The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Kampala, brings a Norwegian hydropower and solar power delegation to Kampala and Kigali from the 12th to the 15th of September 2017.
Doing Business Together: The Norwegian Embassy in Uganda will be hosting a business seminar in Kampala 13 June offering also the possibility to meet with clients and authorities on 14 June.
Sub-Saharan Africa has a lower supply of electricity than any other region in the world and the cost of electricity in Africa is higher than any other place in the world. Total installed electric power capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa is around 100 MW per million people, much lower than any other world region.
Why is Africa lagging so much behind?
Presentation from CEO Utilities Forum during Future Energy East Africa in 12 - 13 September 2018 in Nairobi.
This report outlines general information on Uganda, government and politics, demographics and economics – and contents of the Ugandan oil & gas industry, as well as a brief overview of the renewable energy industry in Uganda.