The Soroti power plant is being developed by a consortium of Access Power MEA (through its subsidiary Access Uganda Solar), a company based in the United Arab Emirates, and TSK Electrónica y Electricidad, a company based in Spain.
The solar plant Soroti 10,13 MWp in Uganda based on photovoltaic technology (PV). The solar modules receive the irradiance emitted by the sun, which it is turned into electricity by means of photoelectric effect.
Construction timeline, costs, and funding
The budgeted construction costs are US$17 million. The project will receive partial funding from the European Union Infrastructure Trust Fund through KfW. The construction is ongoing, with completion expected in the second half of 2016.