AfrElec: Uganda to invest $9bn in 2,000-MW nuclear power plant
- Mar 24, 2023 5:38 pm GMT
This comes after the East African nation signed a memorandum of understanding with KHNP for the construction of the plant in
“The nuclear project comes at a critical time when nations are dealing with how to ensure energy security for social economic development,” Museveni said. “Uganda has abundant power resources distributed in different parts of the country but there is a need for more partnerships to explore the new technologies in the sector.”
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