Future Energy Uganda experts held a conference at Kampala Serena Hotel from 13th to 14th September 2017. They explored Ugandan energy project investments and carried out exhibition, that brought projects being explored and projects in the pipeline to light. The forum discussions included policies, tax and rebates, project briefings, ROI’s, and project implementation. This provided a unique platform for investors, government and the private sector to discuss and network in support of the Ugandan power expansion plans and Vision 2040.
Jason Zeelie, one of the main Organizer of Future Energy Uganda conference, said that it has brought to light the projects being explored; both in the pipeline and those in development in Uganda. Discussions focused on policies, project briefings, ROIs and project implementation and most importantly, it was a forum for investors, government and private sector to come together, collaborate on fast-tracking of these projects and to support the plans for Uganda’s power expansion.
Harry Driscoll, Associate Director Environmental said that; “exclusive platform was a unique chance for delegates to identify potential business opportunities in response to an increasing power demand from the consumer and industry, with suppliers enjoying rich and diversified energy resources”. Future Energy Uganda conference was sponsored by the Government of Uganda, Norwegian Energy Partners, Stanbic Bank Uganda, Hydroplan, power engineering and many more South African Hydro Companies.