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Uganda starts up first solar power plant in bid to tap renewables
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12 December 2016
On 12 December 2016 Reuters reported:
Uganda on Monday [12 December] started up its first grid-connected, 10 megawatt solar power plant as the east African country moves to tap its renewable energy resources and expand its electricity generation capacity. The plant, a vast field of some 32,600 photovoltaic panels, is located in Soroti in northeastern Uganda . . .
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