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Scoping Study: Cogeneration potential in Uganda Tea Sector

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AFREPREN/FWD


TABLE OF CONTENT

1.0 Background review of tea sector

1.1.Tea production

1.2.Development of the tea Industry

1.3.Clean energy development in tea sector

1.4.Energy use and resource in the tea sector

2.0 Uganda energy sector

2.1. Power sector

2.2. Electricity Demand

2.3. Power Generation

2.4. Transmission Networks

2.5. Distribution Networks

2.6. Energy for lighting Access

2.7. Energy sector institutional setup

2.8 Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development

2.9 Electricity Regulatory Authority

2.10.Uganda Electricity Generation Company Ltd

2.11.Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Ltd

2.13.Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Ltd

2.14.Rural Electrification Agency

3.0 Cogeneration

3.1. Brief on cogeneration in Uganda tea industry

3.2. Opportunities for Cogeneration

3.3. Specific barriers hindering the development of biomass energy

4.0 Policy discussion

4.1.Policy environment for electricity generation in agro-industries

4.2.Policies for Energy and Natural Resource Management

4.3.The Energy Policy for Uganda, 2002

4.4.Electricity Act, 1999

4.5.The Renewable Energy Policy 2007

4.6. Uganda Forestry Policy 22 National Environment Management Policy 2014

4.7. The National Environment Act, 1998

5.0 Conclusion and recommendations

6.0. Reference

7.0 Appendices

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