Nepal Purbadhar

मङ्लबार, असार ५, २०८१
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

मङ्लबार, असार ५, २०८१
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Dhana Dhakal

Dhana Dhakal

१४ बर्षदेखि पत्रकारितामा सकृय धना ढकाल नेपाल पूर्वाधार डटकमकी समाचार सम्पादक हुन् । झापाको पाथीभरा एफएमबाट पत्रकारिता सुरु गरेकी उनीसँग स्टार एफएम, हेडलाइन्स एन्ड म्यूजिक एफएम, नेपाल टेलिभिजनको ऊर्जा, न्यूज २४ टेलिभिजनकाे मिसन ऊर्जा  र अनलाइन समाचार पाेर्टल ऊर्जाखबर डटकम मा काम गरेको अनुभव छ ।

Power Summit 2023
Alternative energy production other than hydropower is a low priority, after the reduction in PPA rates, the approval of solar projects also decreased.

Alternative energy production other than hydropower is a low priority, after the reduction in PPA rates, the approval of solar projects also decreased.

Kathmandu: Experts in the related fields have been saying for a long time that Nepal is a fertile land where electricity can be produced from alternative sources of renewable energy along with hydropower. For the

Energy
Rising production and slow consumption growth: fears of power wasting during monsoons

Rising production and slow consumption growth: fears of power wasting during monsoons

KATHAMDNU : The installed capacity of the country's national transmission system has now reached 2600 megawatts. According to the projection of Nepal Electricity Authority, this capacity will increase to 3 thousand megawatts by the end

ICT
Ncell set up well-equipped data center to ensure unhindered service

Ncell set up well-equipped data center to ensure unhindered service

KATHMANDU: Ncell, Nepal's first private-sector mobile service operator, has launched a modern data center at Nakhu in Lalitpur. The company has put into operation the center with a full power backup that ensures resuming the

Energy
Golyan Group plans to increase power generation to 900 MW

Golyan Group plans to increase power generation to 900 MW

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s Leading business house, Golyan Group announced that it would increase the installed capacity of electricity production to 900 MW in the next eight years. The Group has obtained permits from the government for

Energy
Independent Power Developers up in arms against NEA’s instruction that causes loss worth Rs 2 billion

Independent Power Developers up in arms against NEA’s instruction that causes loss worth Rs 2 billion

KATHMANDU: Developers of more than three dozen operating hydropower projects lost Rs 2 billion in revenue after the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) ordered them to stop electricity generation. The NEA, the state-owned sole power trader,

Breaking News
Net zero emissions targets: Challenging but no action plan

Net zero emissions targets: Challenging but no action plan

KATHMANDU: Addressing the COP-26 Conference in Glasgow, Scotland nine months ago, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba expressed his commitment to achieving zero carbon emissions within the next 23 years. [caption id="attachment_8201" align="alignleft" width="165"] Batu Krishna