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POWER SUPPLY

Currently Uganda has a short term surplus situation, but the rapidly growing demand (10% p.a) will overturn this status if no new power generation is commissioned in the medium term.

     *  In the short term, the generation capacity attributed to the un-dispatched thermal power plant presents an opportunity for enhanced security of supply and energy trade.

     *  The availability of funding from government of Uganda and various agencies on the concessional terms opens a window for UETCL to execute its planned investment. 

     *  The ongoing implementation of the regional interconnection projects presents a greater opportunity for regional energy exchange and trade.


    *   The growing Portfolio of power projects under implementation will therefore deliver a robust grid infrastructure for more reliable, stable flexible power system.

 

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Current Tenders

CONSULTANCY SERVICES DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM-SECOND PHASE The Government of Uganda has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Electricity Sector Development Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultant services. The services include design, development and implementation of a Geographical Information System (Second phase)(29/07/2013)
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TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF INDOOR FIBRE TERMINATION CUBICLES PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NUMBER: UETCL/SUPPLIES/2013/00064 The Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited (UETCL), the Procuring and Disposing Entity, has allocated funds towards the acquisition of Indoor Fibre Termination Cubicles UETCL now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Supply of Indoor Fibre (29/07/2013)
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Fight Vandalism

Uganda Electricity Transmission Company (UETCL) has faced vandalism of electricity transmission equipment causing a risk of electricity blackout/outage.

T/L Accidents

Accidents that happen along the Transmission line due to human activities or encroachment on wayleaves.Readmore