About USEA

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Uganda Solar Energy Association

The Uganda Solar Energy Association is an independent non-profit Association dedicated to facilitating the growth and development of solar energy business in Uganda and East African region. USEA was formed in 2016 by private sector companies that deal in solar energy business with help from Private Sector Foundation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, and Rural Electrification Agency and it is registered under section 10 of the societies act. USEA was formed to act as a channel for development of the solar energy sector, improvement of solar energy standards and, attracting new entrants to the solar energy sub sector in Uganda. Some of the key roles are promoting the interests of members of the solar energy sub sector among government, public sector, the general public and any other organizations that may impact on the development of the solar energy sub sector, and the creation of a forum for the dissemination and exchange of information and ideas on matters relating to solar energy development both locally and internationally.

Vision / Mission

Vision

“A vibrant institution that promotes the provision of solar energy solutions that match national, regional and international standards”.

Mission

“To strengthen Uganda’s solar industry, facilitate business growth and promote self-regulation”.

Usea Core Values

Quality Products and Services

To be a leading, vibrant, association offering high quality solar products and services in Uganda

Innovation

To provide relevant and up to date information through promotion of innovations and technologies that enhance service delivery

Integrity

To be transparent, accountable, ensure fairness and exercise business devoid of corrupt practices

Solidarity

To encourage unity, harmony, collaboration, and to maximize on synergies for greater service The Uganda Solar Energy Association (USEA) is an association of solar business companies formed and incorporated in February 2016. USEA is an independent associat