RIC Energy starts 23-MWp solar project in Uganda
- Spanish solar PV developer RIC Energy revealed on Wednesday it had actually launched building of a 23-MWp solar (PV) farm in Uganda.
RIC Energy is building the project, called Nkonge, for The Xsabo Group, a Kampala-based German-Ugandan varied working as a consultant.
Works will also include the building and construction of a 132-kV/33-kV boost substation and also a 4.5-kilometre 132-kV expenses line, RIC Energy claimed.
The Spanish company anticipates to wrap up building and construction some time in the initial fifty percent of 2023
Once the Nkonge solar farm browses the web, The Xsabo Group will market its result to Uganda Electricity Transmission Co Ltd, while RIC Energy stays on the ground to supply operations and also maintenance solutions.
RIC Energy proclaims Nkonge as the largest independently funded solar project in Uganda, as well as among the biggest in East as well as Central Africa.
The firm was formerly hired by The Xsabo Group to construct its 20-MWp Kabulasoke solar farm in Uganda.