Emmanuel Katto Uganda, asserts that Africa cannot only decide to use renewable energy technology; it must actually embrace it. With the growing population and urbanization of the continent, there is an urgent demand for stable and sustainable energy sources. By employing renewable energy, Africa may reduce its dependency on fossil resources, combat climate change, and create economic possibilities.

He emphasizes how important it is to give Africa's impoverished population access to energy. Even though more than one-sixth of the world's population lives in Africa, the continent produces a pitiful 4% of global electricity. Initiatives centered around renewable energy could bring electricity to remote areas, improving the standard of living and opening doors for the progress of the economy, medicine, and education.

Emmanuel Katto Uganda is not only a dreamer but also a doer. He has initiated discussions with governments, business executives, and representatives of international organizations to explore collaborative opportunities for the advancement of renewable energy in Africa.