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11:38
11:38

Butchers Cry as Two Tons of Meat Rot in Jinja Market system 5 2

If it is true that butchers pay 40,000 each per month for power, then 300 of them raise 12,000,000 for electricity in one month, three times the outstanding bill that led to disconnection.
13:44
13:44

Kiira EV Inspires Students to Embrace Homegrown Tech Solutions country 3 2

Kiira motors cooperation is the first automotive factory in the country which is currently constructing a manufacturing plant at a 100-acre piece of land in Mutai village, Jinja district. The company is expected to manufacture solar-powered, electric and fuel supported vehicles.
07:27
07:27

Uganda Solar Sector Standards Review Underway solar power 3 2

Patricia Ejalu, the Deputy Executive Director at Uganda National Bureau of Standards-UNBS, is optimistic that the review will allow solar product users, traders and manufacturers to have an input into the process and ease enforcement of the new standards. This, she adds, will guarantee the safety of solar product users.
13:49
13:49

Swedish Solar Water Boiler Becoming Popular in Uganda solar power 3 2

The ease of acquiring and using the affordable boiler is helping people to avoid catching a variety of diseases
08:17
08:17

Arua Receives 30,000 Doses of Anthrax, Black Quarter Vaccines solar power 2 1 Top story

Dr. Willy Nguma, who is also the Focal Point Person One Health West Nile, says the dozes are half of what they expected and will only serve 50-percent of the targeted animals.
06:52
06:52

Jinja ICU Dysfunctional Due to Lack of Batteries health 1

Aisha Lubega Aligawesa, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Nursing at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital, says the unit has been dysfunctional for two years due to lack of batteries to power the solar unit that serves the ICU.
12:23
12:23

Kabulasoke Solar Power Project Stalls national grid 3 1

In 2015, the Electricity Regulatory Authority-ERA awarded a license to Mss Xsabo Power Limited, owned by a Ugandan Europe-based-investor to produce 20 megawatts which will be added to the national grid.
18:11
18:11

Joint Statement on the Visit of Indian Prime Minister uganda 1 Top story

Prime Minister Modi was accorded a high-level ceremonial welcome on arrival. During the visit, he held bilateral discussions with President Museveni at State House, Entebbe on Wednesday 24th July 2018. President Museveni hosted a state banquet in the honour of the visiting Prime Minister.
11:48
11:48

Kutesa Lures Egyptians to Invest in Livelihood Enhancement solar power 3 2

Kutesa observed that although Egypt has supported the political, economic and social development of Uganda, there is a dire need for them to venture into sectors that boost peoples livelihood. He cited the areas livestock, energy and ICT among others.
14:02
14:02

AU Commission calls for Co-ordination in Africa\'s Energy african union 1

Africa is endowed with vast renewable energy resources but many remained untapped because of of related cost, lack of technologies to extract them and poor cor-ordination at regional and continental levels.
13:03
13:03

Minister Invites Public University Non Teaching Staff for Meeting Ahead of Strike solar power 3

Jackson Betihamah, the chairperson of the Public Universities Non-Teaching Staff Consultative Forum has confirmed receiving the ministers letter inviting them for an emergency meeting.
12:03
12:03

Bugembe Town Council Gets Solar Powered Street Lighting solar street lights 1

Steven Wante, the LC3 Chairperson Bugembe town council told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that under the pilot project, the town council will install solar powered street lights in each of the five wards of Bugembe town council.
16:30
16:30

Kalangala Solar Plant to Begin Power Generation in October thermal power

John Opiro, the Managing Director Kalangala Infrastructural Services Limited says major installations at the site are done already. He says they expect all the installations completed by September this year. Opiro says they expect it to be switched on October 1.
13:17
13:17

Police Warn Public on Solar Power Misuse school fires 1 2

Police is concerned that many people resorting to use of solar energy are not aware of how dangerous it can be. The concern was expressed through the Directorate of Fire Prevention and Rescue Services in the Uganda Police Force.
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