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IEA Africa Energy Report Paints Bright Future solar energy 1

The report issued on Friday says Africa’s Energy future matters for the world.
10:35
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Pregnant Mothers Shun Health Center, Resort to TBAs maternal deaths 4

Hajarah Nambaziira a resident of Nambeere village says that when women visit the facility, they are asked money for gloves, mama kits on top of high transport to the facility among others which they can’t afford.
08:52
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Luweero Health Center IV in Power Blackout Over Unpaid Bills resident 4 1

According to Mulwana, they only have Shillings 2 million, which they intend to use to hire a technician to tap solar energy from eye clinic run by German partners.
14:48
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Construction of Kabulasoke Solar Project Resumes gomba district 3 1

The project had stalled for over a year following delays by unscrupulous brokers and former managers who were inflating compensation money and inciting Project Affected Persons-PAPs.
15:46
15:46

Multi-billion Shilling Solar Park Opens in Tororo solar energy 1

The plant with a capacity of 10 MWp, consists of 32,240 photovoltaic panels distributed over a 14-hectare site. The facility is designed to generate around 16-gigawatt hours GWh of energy annually, catering to the energy needs of more than 35,838 people in the area.
16:48
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Is It Time to Rethink Hydropower Dam Construction in Uganda? renewable energy 2 1

The government plans to increase hydropower generation from the current 825 Megawatts to 2500 Megawatts in the next two years or 2020. Two flagship large hydropower projects are under construction. Karuma is expected to produce 600 MW while Isimba will have 180 MW of power generated.
11:40
11:40

Obama's Initiative to Fund Uganda's Rural Electricity wind energy 1 Top story

Uganda is expected to have 100 electricity mini grid sites constructed in areas that cannot have access to the main electricity power grids. The 400 mini grid stations will be funded under former US President Barrack Obamas Power Africa Initiative will have over 140,000 new electricity connections to areas currently not connected to electricity.
19:17
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EU Investors Tipped on Uganda's Renewable Potential hydropower 1

Ugandas growing economy, together with the conducive renewable energy policies according to the EU Head of Delegation in Uganda presents opportunities for investment in renewable energy.
14:35
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Survey: Developing Countries Ask For Clean Energy Financing renewable energy 1 Top story

Countries in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean say they are finding difficulties implementing the recommendations of the Paris Climate Change Agreement in 2015 without financial support from the developed world.
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Kenya hosts Off-Grid Renewables Electricity Conference solar 1

3rd International Off-Grid Renewable Energy Conference opens in Nairobi to drive off-grid deployment worldwide
13:27
13:27

Global Energy Investments Down by 8% solar energy 1

A new IEA report World Energy Investment 2016 shows the electricity sector leading a broad reorientation of energy investment but warns more is needed to meet climate targets and address energy security concerns.
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Solar Powered Bike Invented boda boda 2 1

The motor cycle is one of the latest innovations by the Chevy Volt, the manufacturer of electric cars. It is already being piloted in India with the manufactures saying the battery life is about forty five years.
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Africa Can Quadruple Renewable Energy Share Says Report geothermal energy 2

The report finds that some of the African countries like Kenya, Rwanda and twelve others are already tapping into renewable energy to power their energy needs.
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Renewable Power Costs Plummet now cheaper than Fossil Fuels. solar energy 1 2

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) revealed in a new report that biomass, hydropower, geothermal and onshore wind are all competitive with or cheaper than coal, oil and gas-fired power stations.
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Solar Suitcase Saving Lives at Childbirth health ministry 3 2 Top story

In many parts of Uganda, particularly Karamoja and parts of South Western Uganda, Pregnant women have arrived at the hospital with severe complications, but could not be attended to without proper lighting. In some cases, midwives have used candles, kerosene lanterns and cellphones to lighten Labour wards and clinics, a practice which is far from ideal when dealing with issues of life and death.
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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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EU Introduces Renewable Energy Scholarships for Africa. european union 1 3

Under the arrangement, University lecturers and students will be financially supported to participate in high level exchange programs in European Union countries in order to produce Africa\'s new generation of quality renewable energy engineers and technicians.
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Solar Assembling Plant Excites Masaka Residents solar energy 3 2

Applegate says that they established the project to give residents, orphans and street children skills on how solar energy operates.
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09:41

West Nile Resorts to Solar Energy solar panels 1

More 6000 villages in rural West Nile have adapted the use of solar energy. According to statistics obtained from Arua and Yumbe district planning offices more than 15,000 homes are currently using solar energy.
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