The organisations will collaborate on a series of position papers, policy recommendations and events, culminating in activities and action-oriented discussions at a dedicated hub at the very centre of discussions in COP28, Dubai.
This is a result of an agreement signed by State Minister for Energy Dr Opolot Okasai and TotalEnergies on Friday. It aims at actualizing the collaboration between TotalEnergies EP Uganda and the government towards ensuring energy security and energy transition in the country.
The unparalleled decline is staggering in both its scale and swiftness, with serious potential implications for energy security and clean energy transitions. At the start of 2020, global energy investment was on track for growth of around 2 per cent, which would have been the largest annual rise in spending in six years.