Energy Security and Hydropower Development in Nepal

Ranju Pandey  Defining energy security The IEA defines energy security as “the uninterrupted availability of energy sources at an affordable price”. Access to (relatively) cheap energy has...

The man who turned the lights on in energy-starved Nepal

The continuous whirl of hair dryers is a novel sound at the Blush Beauty Point parlour in Nepal‘s capital Kathmandu, which until just five...

प्राधिकरणबाट आजित भएपछि उद्योगमा आफ्नै बिजुली

भाद्र ६, २०७६ वीरगञ्ज । नेपाल विद्युत् प्राधिकरणको अनियमित विद्युत् आपूर्तिबाट आजित वीरगञ्जको एउटा औद्योगिक घरानाले आफ्नै थर्मल प्लान्ट स्थापना गरी विद्युत् उत्पादन शुरू गरेको...

Energy from the Renewable sources and its importance

18th March, 2020 Kathmandu: It is universal truth that energy is the engine of economic development. Adequate, affordable and reliable energy is required for the...

भारतीय समर्थनको सर्तले रोकियो एमसीसी

करिब ५५ अर्ब रुपैयाँ बराबरको अनुदान सम्झौता संसद् सचिवालयमा अलपत्र  आश्विन ३, २०७६ काठमाडौँ — नेपाल र अमेरिकाबीच भएको करिब ५५ अर्ब रुपैयाँ बराबरको अनुदान सम्झौता...

Death of Nepali Hydro

November 12, 2019 Kathmandu: There was much euphoria after India and Nepal reached an agreement on the new 400 kV Butwal-Gorakhpur cross-border transmission line. Government hailed...

Nepal must not lose $500m MCC grant

03 Jan, 2020 The US government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) has provided $500 million (approximately Rs 52 billion) in grants to Nepal for building electricity...

Nepal faces a tough test of increasing electricity use

The country is witnessing a decline in the import of electrical appliances including induction cookers, ovens, toasters, coffee and tea makers. November 16, 2019 Twenty-six-year-old Apsara...

मुआब्जा निर्धारण गर्न बसेको बैठक निष्कर्षविहिन

मंसिर १३, २०७६ गोरखा- बूढीगण्डकी जलविद्युत आयोजनाको डुबानमा पर्ने बजार क्षेत्रको मुआब्जा निर्धारण गर्न बसेको बैठक विना निष्कर्ष सकिएको छ । आयोजनाको घ्याल्चोकको सिउरेनीटारस्थित वातावरण,...

How hydroelectricity will help power Asia’s future in 21st century

World’s largest form of renewable power contributes to 15.9 per cent of global electricity, with China home to planet’s largest hydropower plant Sarawak, Malaysia’s largest...

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