As Government  agents,  we  are  mandated  to  implement Government programs within KIL service territory through Rural Electrification Programme under the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development. The programme is mandated to developing and managing rural electrification design, procurement and construction of electricity networks across the country and hands over to utility operators where we belong to manage the infrastructure.

The powerline infrastructure, is funded by Government of Uganda through subsidies and Development Partners such as World Bank, Kfw, AFD, among others supporting the GOU in achieving her electricity connection policy of clean energy access for all, in relation to vision 2040 and SDGs. The volume of Government subsidy has accumulated to over Ugx.25bn (Uganda shillings twenty five billion) infrastructure within KIL territory which the company controls under a maintenance and operation Lease Agreement concluded in 2014 for ten years renewable.

The connections are funded by the GoU and international partners like the World bank, KFW, EXIM Bank, AFD, ADB, BDEA etc, targeting to achieve 26% national coverage under the middle income vision 2027, 60% under the National Development Plan 2030 and 80% universal coverage under the Vision 2040 in Uganda. KIL’s focus is on growth, expansion and sustainability with an eagles into vision 2040 and the UN’s SDGs.