Uganda National Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Alliance

Energy Efficiency Association of Uganda

About EEAU

The Energy Efficiency Association of Uganda (EEAU) is a nonprofit making, non-partisan body, whose primary aim is to promote networking, understanding, knowledge and action among different stake holders working towards promotion of efficient use of energy in Uganda.


To be a leading institution of international repute in promotion and provision of Energy Efficiency Services.


To foster provision of quality energy efficiency services, enhance research, innovation and knowledge transfer in the science and practice of Energy efficiency.


By 2020, EEAU should be an accredited entity to certify Energy Efficiency Professionals in the country.


Other core values of the Association include:-

EEAU Members

EEAU Contacts

Members of EEAU and public institutions can take advantage of the availability of our members who represent Energy Audit Equipments suppliers from the contacts below;
Kithingi Musyoka Boore (Business Development Engineer). Baseline Africa Ltd. Sole Distributor for Tripp-Lite, Fluke, Cotex and Vision

Allan Musinguzi (Energy Monitoring Limited). Sole Distributor for Energy monitoring systems from Enistic (UK)


  • 5-day seminar
  • In-depth trainings on technical, financial and didactic topics
  • Group work, discussions, as well as computer-based and interactive exercises

Target group:

  • Trainer with previous experiences in access to finance education, banking, clean energy or climate finance
  • Professionals who wish to enhance their financial evaluation and didactical skills in order to become a trainer in the field of green energy/climate finance

After the TtT-Seminar, participating trainers are:

  • Provided with a starter kit of slides, exercises and additional tools for trainers
  • Equipped with hard facts and soft skills to develop their individual training
  • Capacitated to undertake courses autonomously


Topics addressed include:

  • Political and legal frameworks of the energy market in Uganda
  • Characteristics of decentralised RE markets in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Technologies for small- and medium-scale renewable energy applications
  • Business models for decentralised RE technologies
  • Business plan development
  • SME Finance and loan assessment cycle
  • Project Finance / RE and EE project evaluation
  • International climate finance options
  • Accessing the Green Climate Fund

Implemented through:

  • RE and EE case studies from Uganda, Senegal and other SSA-markets
  • Live expert-led webinars to discuss specific questions