While some have described Uganda’s nuclear/atomic energy ambitions as a huge gamble, Engineer Irene Batebe, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development said the project is on course and it is hoped that Uganda will have its first 2000-megawatt nuclear power plant running by the end of 2031.
Nuclear reactors. are costly to construct. The interantional Energy Agency recently suggested that the cost of construction mus come down by 40%
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