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Uganda to Rehabilitate Transmission Network
Thursday, May 17, 2018  Printer Friendly Email this article


Uganda’s national electricity distribution company, Umeme, will invest $1.2 billion over the next seven years in the rehabilitation and expansion of the national electricity grid according to a Reuters report.

These investments will enable the country to prepare itself for the increase of its energy power planned for 2020 when the Karuma and Isimba hydroelectric plants with a combined capacity of 780 MW come online.

The country will need to set up new lines, build substations and connect new consumers to the national grid.



 
   
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