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Is Nepal the second richest country in water resources?

“Nepal is the second richest country in the world after Brazil”. When I was in school, I heard this statement as a myth. However,...

Electricity trading prospects

Energy interdependence is not a new phenomenon. However, in South Asia it is still in nascent stages. A recent working paper by Asian Development...

Hydropower Development Policy Of Nepal An Overview of Its Implementation

After the restoration of democracy in 1990, the state's efforts were focussed on participatory development with a liberal economic policy. Considering the potentiality of...

End of load-shedding

BISHAL THAPA Load-shedding or the rolling electricity blackouts that have been in place over the last few years could come to an end with a...
Investment in Hydropower Project from India

Indian investment in Nepal

Indian ventures in Nepal are engaged in manufacturing, services (banking, insurance, dry port, education and telecom), power sector and tourism industries. Some large Indian...

Hydropower development – Issues and options

Hydropower is an immaculate and renewable source of energy. It furnishes modest electricity and produces no adulteration. Contrasted with fossil fuels, hydropower does not...

९ जलविद्युत् कम्पनी नाफामा

काठमाडौं । नेपाल स्टक एक्सचेञ्ज (नेप्सेमा) सूचीकृत १६ जलविद्युत् कम्पनीमध्ये हालसम्म १२ कम्पनीले गत आवको अपरिष्कृत वित्तीय विवरण सार्वजनिक गरेका छन् । उक्त वित्तीय...

Why has charm in Chilime stocks declined when the stock market is at all...

The scrips of Chilime Hydropower Company Limited (CHCL) were one of the most sought after blue-chip scrips in the secondary market. Back in the...

More for less – Upper Karnali hydropower project

The 4,180MW Upper Karnali storage project should not be sacrificed for the 900MW Upper Karnali hydropower project SEP 05 - While the 900 megawatt  (MW)...

Pumped storage hydropower in Nepal

In the context of Nepal, the Integrated Nepal Power System (INPS) is predominantly a hydro-dominated one, where the base and intermediate power demands are...