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Delegates of ERA, Uganda deliberate on developing performance matrices for Ugandan Utilities during Tata Power-DDL’s Capacity Building Program

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The delegates of ERA – Electricity Regulatory Authority, Uganda attended a Capacity Building Program organized by TATA Power-DDL Learning Centre, CENPEID from 8th April- 17th April 2019.

During the program, the delegates deliberated on developing the performance matrices for Ugandan Utilities and building a future roadmap for effective and efficient power distribution.

The program also covered site visits to Tata Power-DDL’s Technology Centre, Smart Grid and Meter Management Labs.

The Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) is an apex government agency that regulates the power sector in Uganda, the third-largest economy in the East African Community.

TATA Power-DDL is helping several other African Nations to ramp up their electricity distribution systems through consultancy services in management and technical service assistance, electrification roadmap, distribution losses and network reliability.

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