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PAPAL VISIT: Gulu University Contributes Shs 10M

Archbishop for Gulu Diocese, John Baptist Odama handing over Pope Francis poster to Vicent Okoth

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Developing nations eclipsed the world’s wealthiest countries in 2014, attracting more clean energy investment and building more wind, solar, and other renewable power generation than ever before, according to a global assessment released on Monday.

The report indicated three African countries finished in the top 10, South Africa took the forth position and Kenya was number 6.

The country has over 900MW of power-generating capacity, of which 17 percent comes from renewable sources excluding large hydro.

This is primarily small hydro projects and co generation capacity attached to sugar manufacturers.

According to the report, Uganda has a target to increase the share of modern renewables in total energy consumption to 61 percent by 2017 from 4 percent in 2007. in 2014 it stood at 25 percent.

Other major developing nations, according to the report include China, India, Pakistan, Brazil, Chile, Mexico,and Tanzania as well as dozens of others.

A country’s ranking depends upon various factors: it’s clean energy investment policy, market conditions, the structure of its power sector; number and makeup of local companies operating in clean energy, and efforts toward reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Uganda has been ranked 9th out of the 55 countries in the world and third among African nations in this year’s Climatescope rankings.

The country emerged a position higher compared to last year’s.

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Developing nations eclipsed the world’s wealthiest countries in 2014, attracting more clean energy investment and building more wind, solar, and other renewable power generation than ever before, according to a global assessment released on Monday.

The report indicated three African countries finished in the top 10, South Africa took the forth position and Kenya was number 6.

The country has over 900MW of power-generating capacity, of which 17 percent comes from renewable sources excluding large hydro.

This is primarily small hydro projects and co generation capacity attached to sugar manufacturers.

According to the report, Uganda has a target to increase the share of modern renewables in total energy consumption to 61 percent by 2017 from 4 percent in 2007. in 2014 it stood at 25 percent.

Other major developing nations, according to the report include China, India, Pakistan, Brazil, Chile, Mexico,and Tanzania as well as dozens of others.

A country’s ranking depends upon various factors: it’s clean energy investment policy, market conditions, the structure of its power sector; number and makeup of local companies operating in clean energy, and efforts toward reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
With only three days left to Pope Francis’ visit to Uganda, this web http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/submission.php various organizations have continued making contributions towards the facilitation of the pope’s stay.

Gulu University has Monday morning handed over Shs 10 Million to the chairman of the Episcopal Conference and Archbishop for Gulu Diocese, John Baptist Odama.

The contribution was handed over by Vicent Okoth, the University Secretary.  at the Episcopal conference offices in Nsambya.

Okoth called upon people and institutions to also use the Pope’s visit as an opportunity to give back to God through making contributions.

Archbishop Odama appreciated the great work which Gulu university has done in the North, especially in promotion of activities for the Papal visit.

“Although the Pope is not able to come to the North, his presence in Uganda is a blessing.

Archbishop Odama gave the delegation from Gulu,  Pope Francis’s posters and asked them to display them around the University.

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