Event to turn Uganda into an investment hub for Clean Energy and Sustainable Innovations
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The world clean technology summit attracted a global attendance, providing an opportunity for technology transfer and exchange, and for participants to engage, interact with each other, exchange development contacts, inspire partnerships and pave a way forward for a sustainable future.
The summit which was officially opened by the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development for the Republic of Uganda, Hon. Irene Muloni, and franked by the State Minister for Environment, Hon. Flavia Munaaba featured clean and renewable energy, sustainable innovations and international development opportunities.
The featured innovations included: Promoting renewable energy technologies and international growth; using modern low-cost technologies to generate energy from waste, solar and hydro power generation; LPgas; biofuel production and sustainability; biodiesel production from palm kernels; and electronic waste recycling.
In parallel to the summit was an exhibition which featured clean cook stoves, briquettes, recycled products, Green Bio Energy, Solar and Hydro companies. The delegates also visited Quality Chemicals-A Ugandan pharmaceutical company using clean technology in its production sectors.
The summit rounded up with roundtable discussions which led to the formulation of resolutions. The resolutions will be published in the next edition of the Pilot International Newsletter which will feature the summit report, and will be disseminated widely to relevant institutions and published on the website.
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