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Promoting solar energy through auctions : the case of Uganda (English)

Uganda has just completed the first donor-subsidized competitive bidding program for grid connected solar photovoltaic (PV) generation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Uganda’s GET FiT Solar Facility will provide a performance-based subsidy of USc 5.37/kWh to lower the cost to Ugandan consumers of the electricity produced from four 5 MW solar plants bid by two developers at an average price of USc 16.37/kWh. This note analyzes the bidding process and the lessons learned, for possible replication in other developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and elsewhere.

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Meyer, René Tenenbaum,Bernard W. Hosier,Richard H.

Promoting solar energy through auctions : the case of Uganda (English). Live wire knowledge note series,no. 2015/49 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/770701467987820299/Promoting-solar-energy-through-auctions-the-case-of-Uganda