According to the Monitor, D’Ujanga said the east African country has a strong case for the development of nuclear power as the demand for electricity is increasing.
Uganda, a country without a nationwide, safely functioning electricity grid, would like to spend billions to build a central power generation plant using nuclear energy. This is a technology that has long since been phased out in most industrial nations. Uganda’s president seems to be among those who do not register current developments in energy technology. Instead of supplying Uganda with the energy technology of the 21st century and turning it into a modern state, the Ugandan Government is persuaded to pay dearly for the nuclear industry’s slow sellers. A big step back for Uganda!
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