To ensure successful piloting of this technology, the project implemented a human resource exchange program aimed at building capacity of Ugandans to operate and maintain the biomass gasification power plants. The human resource exchange program funded by Fredskorpset Norway was between Uganda, Tanzania and India.
After the success of the pilot, three other plants were imported and installed. REBi signed agreements with three renewable energy companies to operate the plants; these companies were: GRS Commodities Ltd at Bugala Island Kalangala District, Mandulis Energy Limited at Olwyiyo Nwoya District and Chapter Ten Ltd at Palaro Gulu District.
Currently, the pilot unit at Muduuma is to be decommissioned because the community was connected to the national grid. The other three units where relocated to Sekanyoyi in Mityana District managed by Pamoja Limited, PaMin Olango in Nwoya District still managed by Mandulis Energy Limited, and Kyaka II refugee Settlement in Kyegegwa District under the management of Adapt Plus Limited.