Since its inception, NAPE has been advocating for access to safe, reliable, affordable and efficient energy systems especially for the poor in Uganda in particular and globally in general. Last month with support from Women’s Regional Alliance (WoMIN), NAPE participated in a regional meeting organized by Alliance of Civil Society Organizations for Clean Energy... Read More
NAPE Expands Alternative Energy Advocacy in Africa.
On December 12, 2016 Uganda launched the first ever largest grid-connected solar plant (10 megawatt) in East Africa. The plant is made up of 32,680 photovoltaic panels, is constructed in the Eastern Uganda in Soroti district. It was developed under the Global Energy Transfer Feed in Tariff under the scheme for renewable... Read More
‘They cut me, left me for dead and took my land’ From atop any of the rolling hills that give Butolongo sub-county its undulating beauty, an enchanting serenity seems to spread out as far as the eye can see. But that’s only the view from the top. Walk down to... Read More
Officials from Mehta Group of companies and the Sugar Corporation of Uganda Limited in whose favour Museveni wants 7,100 hectares to be degazetted also attended the meeting. “The battle for Mabira is going to be won or lost in Parliament,” said Frank Muramuzi, the executive director of the National Association... Read More