The BuddeComm Perspective: Uganda

Dependence on costly diesel generator power and regulations encourage infrastructure sharing in Uganda, according to analysts at BuddeComm

As the number of antenna towers dotting Uganda’s landscape increases, the government is working on regulations to encourage infrastructure sharing among the network operators. A major problem is the lack of access to the electricity grid in many rural areas. The network operators depend on diesel generator power for more than 40% of their sites,…

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