Uganda to Collaborate with South Korea and Russia to Build Two Nuclear Power Plants

Russia and South Korea have set out on a joint venture to build 2 nuclear power Stations in Uganda with the capacity to deliver a sum of 15,600 MW of power.

One of the nuclear stations will create 7,000 MW while the other will deliver 8,400 MW of power.

The improvement comes all at once Uganda has restricted the exportation of natural iron metal and lumber assets.

The nation has likewise set a 2031 objective to create power utilizing nuclear energy.

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