USD2.5bn required for alternative energy mix in Uganda

USD2.5bn required for alternative energy mix in Uganda

Uganda has embarked on a massive power infrastructure expansion plan and, according to the Electricity Regulator Authority, it will require about USD2.5-billion by 2026 to invest in both the transmission and distribution system.

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An executive summary: the untapped resource

An executive summary: the untapped resource

By Extracted from the United Nations World Water Development Report 2017

Most human activities that use water produce wastewater. As the overall demand for water grows, the quantity of wastewater produced and its overall pollution load are continuously increasing worldwide.

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Solar, gas, or heat pumps?

By HydraTherm

We’re all trying to do our bit for the environment by saving water and electricity. And since hot water costs can comprise up to 60% of our electricity bill, it makes sense to look at water heating options that can reduce the load on your wallet and your meter.

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National water strategy: water reuse case studies

National water strategy: water reuse case studies

Extract from the NWRS 2 by the Department of Water and Sanitation

The cost of reusing water relative to other alternatives is one of the most important factors that will determine water reuse decisions. It is therefore important to understand the key factors that will affect costs, how these vary between different applications of reuse, and how they are likely to change over time, relative to other water supply alternatives.

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