Geothermal Information Portal has been launched for Uganda
A new geothermal information portal has been launched for the country of Uganda that is supposed to help facilitate geothermal development in the country.
A new information portal providing information about geothermal policy and law development in Uganda has been launched.
This was announced by Carbon Counts, an independent consultancy providing a range of advice in the field of climate change. It has a focus on international climate change policy, in particular technology development, deployment, financing and regulation.
The portal can be accessed at www.carbon-counts.com/uganda-geothermal
The portal provides an array of information on:
- Geothermal energy technology
- Experiences with geothermal energy around the world
- A snapshot of current resource status in Uganda
- Project background information
- Stakeholder engagement programme
- Project status
Carbon Counts request that users sign-up to access information on the portal so that we can get an idea of usage and generate a list of contacts for future updates. A simple password of “0000” will suffice to access the site.
Source: Carbon Counts