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Plot 50 Ndemba Rd
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Kampala Uganda

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Head office in Kampala

Plot 50 Ndemba Rd
Mirembe house
Kampala Uganda

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Looking for a quality and affordable Solar, Chemical and general merchandise for your project, home or business?

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+256703736477

Working Hours

  • Monday - Friday8am - 5pm
  • Saturday9am - 2pm
  • SundayClosed

Veracity Energies Uganda Launch

By m477 In Uncategorized

06

Jan
2022
Veracity Energies launches in Uganda as a subsidiary of Sahaj Solar PVT, a parent solar manufacturing company with roots in India
  • Company head quarters setup and officially launched in Kampala
  • Namanve manufacturing plant and Mbarara branch setup and operational

On 10th January 2022, Veracity Energies officially entered the Ugandan solar market with a promise of providing world-class products, and importing the sophistication and advancement in the PV manufacturing industry. Having received an overwhelming welcome through close co-operation with the Ugandan government, there is no doubt that Veracity energies is destined for greatness and prosperity in the region.

Not only is the company aimed at providing industry driving technology, but also provide over 20,000 jobs to the young population of the country in fields such as Engineering, research, product development, to mention but a few. Veracity Energies cares about the collective prosperity of the nation and this is our way of demonstrating and making good on this commitment.

“The government of Uganda has provided us with the opportunity to provide cheap solar power to the local communities amid its Rural electrification campaign with a target of at least 85% electrification in the entirety of Uganda.”

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