This report highlights the Development and Investment Opportunities in Renewable Energy Resources In Uganda
This report contains the results of the investment monitoring exercise for Umeme Ltd for the year 2012. The object of this exercise was to verify the size of the investment undertaken and actually deployed for the benefit of electricity consumers by December 31, 2012
This publication presents the performance of the Electricity Supply Industry (ESI) for the period July 2011 to December 2011.
This report presents the study of Umeme’s loss reduction efforts was undertaken in order to: establish the level of technical losses, and identify the required investments to
reduce the technical losses to optimal levels for such a network; establish the level of non-technical losses and identify measures to eliminate them. Establish the required inputs to achieve the desired levels of commercial losses; propose a loss reduction as well as the collection rates path or trajectory over the eight years that can be followed to reach a target on losses that is consistent with the current National Development Plan and a Target on non-collection rates that is consistent with an effectively run utility.
The report analyses the performance of the Electricity Supply Industry for the period July 2008 to June 2009.
This report highlights Uganda’s unexploited renewable energy resources. These resources include Biomass, Geothermal, large scale hydro, mini/micro/pico hydro, wind, peat and solar energy
A presentation made at the Rural Electrification Forum in Maputo Mozambique, 15th -17th November 2011
This reports presents a study that was initiated and conducted in collaboration with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals Development to establish appropriate benchmark data for fuel costs and to provide an understanding on fuel cost loqistics In Uganda, upon which reviewing the reasonableness of fuel costs proposed by thermal generators could be based
This report presents the results of a study carried out be ERA together with the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development to establish the constraints faced by investors into electricity generation