UEGCL (Uganda Electricity Generation Company Limited) is a body corporate, incorporated under the Companies’ Act (Cap 110), the Laws of Uganda and in conformity with the Electricity Act, 1999. The company was incorporated in March 2001 to operate and maintain the formerly UEB’s Generation Stations at Nalubaale and Kiira Power Stations, and to complete the construction of Kiira Power Station.
Kiira Power Station
The 200MW Kiira Power Station is located in Kimaka, Jinja District in Eastern Central Uganda, also known as Owen Falls Extension.
Nalubaale Power Station
The 180MW Nalubaale Power Station formerly called Owen falls dam is located along River Nile in Jinja District. The power station is operated and maintained by Eskom Uganda Limited under UEGCL contract.
Karuma Hydro Power Station
The 600MW Karuma HPP is located on the Nile River in Kiryandongo District in mid-northern Uganda. 110Km downstream of Lake Kyoga and 270Km from Kampala
Isimba Hydro Power Station
The 183MW Isimba HPP is located 4km downstream of Simba Falls on the River Nile, approximately 50km downstream off the source of Nile
Muzizi Hydro Power Station
The 44.7MW Muzizi HPP is located along Muzizi River in the District of Kibaale. It's foot prints however extends to Kabarole, Kyenjojo and Ntooroko districts in the western part of Uganda