European company Voith has received an order to equip the Ugandan Achwa River hydropower plant with four vertical synchronous generators.
Work includes designing, manufacturing, supply, and transportation, as well as installation, testing, and commissioning of all electro-mechanical parts.
Voith will also be responsible to provide the complete electrical and mechanical balance, as well as automation.
Voith's small hydro business head Klaus Schädler said: "We look forward to putting our ideas into practise and to foster our collaboration for renewable energy in Uganda.
"Our discussions have been very constructive and successful and we are happy to be part of the project supporting reliable power production and sustainable economic development in the region."
In a bid to develop the plant, Voith is working in close collaboration with US-based clean energy company Berkeley Energy who is the major shareholder of the project.
Hydropower is the largest and oldest form of renewable energy generation and is used worldwide.
Image: The signing of contract for Ugandan Hydropower Plant Achwa River. Photo: courtesy of Voith.