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The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development is set to host an international power and electricity fair, one of the largest power, energy, electrical, electronics, renewable, and telecommunications international expos in Africa.

“The expo will provide a platform for stakeholders in the power sector to connect, share knowledge, and explore business opportunities. We are committed to promoting sustainable energy development in Uganda, and this expo aligns with our goals,” said Dr. Patricia Litho, Assistant Commissioner for Communication and Information Management at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development.

The event, scheduled to take place from July 11-13, 2024, at the UMA Show Grounds in Lugogo, Kampala, will bring together over 100 exhibitors from several countries, showcasing the latest technologies and innovations in the power sector.

“The expo will feature a range of products and services, including power generation, transmission, and distribution equipment, electrical and electronics, lighting, renewable energy technologies, and energy efficiency solutions. We believe this will be a game-changer for the power sector in Uganda,” added Dr. Litho.

The expo aims to secure funding for energy sector projects and promote innovative technologies, awareness, and sustainable collaborations in the power sector.

“We are excited to host this international expo, which will put Uganda on the map as a key player in the power sector in Africa. We expect to attract over 2,000 visitors from across the region, including policymakers, regulators, manufacturers, suppliers, importers, and exporters,” said Mr. Rajesh Gupta, Director of Exhibitions & Trade Services India Limited, one of the organizers of the event.

The event will also feature a one-day conference, the “Power and Electricity Forum 2024,” which will focus on the evolving power sector landscape.

“The forum will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, and presentations from selected companies. We have lined up an impressive list of speakers, including experts from the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited, and the Uganda National Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Alliance,” said Dr. Litho.

The expo is expected to provide a unique opportunity for stakeholders to network, learn about new technologies, and explore business opportunities in Uganda’s power sector.

“We believe that this expo will be a catalyst for growth in the power sector in Uganda. We are committed to creating an enabling environment for businesses to thrive, and we believe that this expo will be a key driver of that growth,” said Dr. Litho.

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