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28 Feb 2022

UGANDA: A Bundled Approach to Mini-Grid Tendering

Tags
Energy Access
Finance and Investment
Regulatory and Governance
Renewable Energy
Rural Electrification
Mini Grids

GET.transform highlights successful approaches to rural electrification in Africa. Working with governments, companies and industry experts on real-world examples, GET.transform provides policy-makers and stakeholders with encouraging evidence on off-grid approaches that create value for communities, boost employment, or achieve national objectives.

This case study describes the development of the mini-grid framework in Uganda. The framework is particularly interesting because it integrates several of the main building blocks of mini-grid development, such as planning, financing, licensing and procurement, under a single process and facilitates multi-site development.

Ensuring all framework elements are ideally designed and well fitted to each other took extra work and time at the outset. However, once set up, the process can be replicated and scaled up and private mini-grid developers can significantly reduce project development timeframes and costs for many mini-grids in an integrated process.

Uganda
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