Hydropower means a lot worldwide

The present boom in making electricity from hydroelectric sources pays no heed to some political considerations, but helps the trend continue towards renewable energy....

Saarc energy cooperation

The 5th Saarc Energy Ministers Meeting has finalised the Saarc Framework Agreement for Energy Cooperation. Although Pakistan was missing from the meet, seven out...

Power cuts are here to stay

Brace yourselves: Nepal will be dependent on imported electricity for at least another six years   One of the greatest failures of successive governments in Nepal...

Hydro’s role in tunnel development

For 40 years the International Tunnelling and Underground Space Association (ITA) has observed the tunnelling industry and, since the turn of the 21st century,...

Upper Karnali : Opposition and reality

माथिल्लो कर्णाली : विरोध र वास्तविकता परियोजना विकासकर्ता कुनै प्रोत्साहन नभएमा हाम्रो मायाले यहाँ लगानी गर्न आउने होइन भन्ने कुरा हामीले बुझ्नु जरुरी छ ।...

Future of fuel

Pursuing energy generation from biomass is crucial to complementing investments in seasonal hydropower SEP 24 - Recently, the government of Nepal signed a Project Development Agreement...

Why has ‘microhydro’ been neglected as a solution to energy poverty?

Power from streams and small rivers has been proven to provide sustainable energy in Peru and Nepal - Zimbabwe is next We live in a...

Powering Nepal

The Nepali government’s decision to sign power deals with India signals a better future for the country SEP 21 - At last, there is some good...

INDIA-NEPAL HYDROELECTRICITY DEAL: MAKING IT COUNT – ANALYSIS

With just two weeks left to seal the deal, the government of Nepal has formed a seven-member task force headed by Energy Secretary of...

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)...