The world is moving away from the use of fossil fuels simply because they aren’t regenerative and are a danger to our health as well as the environment.
Renewable sources of energy are forecast to supply about 40 per cent of the world’s electricity in 2030, with hydro power making up about half of that output, followed by wind and solar.
Uganda’s contribution to this percentage is uncertain but what is clear, is that there is need to embrace renewable energy.
Undoubtedly, government’s efforts in increasing energy supply in the country are laudable. However, to meet the deficiency, diversification of the energy sector into renewable energies is the way forward.
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