Uganda Gets Unique U.S.$25 Million Solar Power Project

Written by on January 10, 2019

East Africa — UK firm-Great Lakes Africa Energy (GLAE) has marked its seventh anniversary with development completion of a US$ 25 million solar power generating plant in Uganda.

The sub-Sahara focused energy solutions provider was acting as the lead financial and technical investor in the project.

GLAE is part of a development consortium comprising of Uganda’s Xsabo Power Limited which has been working to deliver the 24MW Kabulasoke Solar Power Park in conjunction with the Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited.

With the official commissioning of the Kabulasoke Solar Power Park, which is the first of its kind in the East Africa region, Uganda, the Pearl of Africa, has made a big leap towards enhancing its renewable energy capacity.

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