Makerere University’s College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT) and Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited (UEGCL) on April 4, 2017 signed a memorandum of Understanding to develop joint programs aimed at creating knowledge and skills in several education and
Title: The GHG Emission Reduction in the Energy Sector – Uganda’s Experience Authors: Adam M. Sebbit, Mackay Okure Keywords: Economic growth, Hydropower, Energy and Development, Uganda Issue Date: 2004 Abstract: Uganda is a signatory to several international conventions and agreements on
Renewable energy specialists have a wide market in Uganda and beyond. The Government’s Renewable Energy Technology policy calls for the increase of the contribution of Renewable Energy in the national energy mix. It also proposes to appoint energy officers in
Short Description This course addresses the aspects for developing small hydropower for rural/remote applications. It presents the techniques for estimating the resource potential, the various turbines used, and all the auxiliary equipment that is required. Challenges for small scale hydropower
Short Description This course introduces the concepts and methods of analysis of hydropower systems with a bias to micro and mini plants. It covers types of schemes, planning, background measurements, economic analysis, impacts and the design of hydropower plants.