Branch office Uganda
intec operations in Uganda are represented by our wholly-owned subsidiary GOPA-intec Uganda Ltd., founded in 2013.
Our presence in Uganda and also in the whole region is defined by a combination of unique expertise in innovative and significant energy services coupled with financial acumen which facilitate the long-term planning and implementation of power projects both in the conventional and the renewable energy sector.
The main office is based in Kampala, while a national network of project offices enables the provision of comprehensive on-site services to clients throughout the complete project cycle from initiation of project development to project completion.
Clients also benefit from the synergies resulting from the cooperation with the parent company GOPA-International Energy Consultants GmbH and other worldwide branch offices. The foundation of a global knowledge pool ensures support to clients and guarantees success by providing solutions, which are not only innovative but also cost-effective and functional. Gopa-intec Uganda Ltd. ensures complete customer focus as part of one of the most comprehensive packages in the field of energy services offered anywhere in Uganda and in the east African region.
Our team of multidisciplinary professionals in Uganda is composed among others of experienced engineers, economic and financial analysts, procurement and construction specialists, Environmental –Social and Health & Safety Experts who provide a broad spectrum of highly qualified engineering and consulting services.
Gopa-intec Uganda Ltd is engaged in various power systems and renewable projects as a consultant to multiple clients and has many successful projects that attest to its competence and the confidence displayed by the end client. Notable end clients are “Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Ltd (UETCL)”, Uganda Electricity Generation Company Ltd (UEGCL), Rural Electrification Agency (REA) and other.
Furthermore, intec is the main consultant for renewable projects, particularly in the fields of photovoltaics and hydropower.