UK firm Cluff Geothermal announces plans for geothermal exploration and development in the East African country of Uganda as reported last week.
Reported last week, UK based Cluff Geothermal has announced plans to do geothermal exploration and develop power generation projects in Uganda in Africa.
Cluff Geothermal, lead by George Percy, came into the news last year when there were news that Pippa Middleton was working for the firm. (article)
The company has projects in the northeast of England and now looks at Uganda.
Uganda is looking at dealing with regular power outages and an installed capacity of 395 MW and a consumption demand of 450 MW.
The country is looking at the private sector for the development of its energy market and plans to spend around $13 billion on infrastructure development, which includes energy projects over the next 5 years.