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शुक्रबार, माघ १३, २०७९
Friday, January 27, 2023

शुक्रबार, माघ १३, २०७९
Friday, January 27, 2023

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Nepal-India Energy Relation: Strengthening Cross-border connectivity for Mutual Benefit

Nepal-India Energy Relation: Strengthening Cross-border connectivity for Mutual Benefit

Nepal and India has a long history of Power sector cooperation. The first generation project built under grant support from Government of India was Trishuli Hydropower Project of 21 MW which was commissioned in 1967

International
China sets another solar record despite supply chain disruptions

China sets another solar record despite supply chain disruptions

BEIJING: China set another record for solar power capacity last year as the country sped up renewable installations to reach its ambitious climate targets. The nation installed 87.4 gigawatts of solar last year, beating 2021’s

Energy
Gov starts preparation for Strategic Plan for energy, water resources and irrigation sector development

Gov starts preparation for Strategic Plan for energy, water resources and irrigation sector development

KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy, Water Resources, and Irrigation Rajendra Lingden said that he would move ahead with a strategic plan for the development of energy, water resources, and irrigation sectors. After

Energy
Power supply to get critical in winter due to import uncertainty

Power supply to get critical in winter due to import uncertainty

KATHMANDU: Seeking a vote of confidence on January 10 in the Parliament Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal glorified his second tenure for ending 20-hour-a-day load-shedding. Dahal said that with the end of the power outage,

International
China’s power sector emissions set to jump as economy reboots

China’s power sector emissions set to jump as economy reboots

LITTLETON (Reuters) - Pollution levels from China's mammoth power sector are set to climb to new highs in 2023 as Beijing's efforts to spur growth across the economy result in increased burning of fossil fuels.

Energy
Gov to provide monthly up to 50 units per household for free

Gov to provide monthly up to 50 units per household for free

KATHMANDU: Unveiling the Common Minimum Program (CMP), the government has announced that it will provide 50 units of electricity per month during the rainy season and 30 units per month per household during the winter

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
48 truckloads of unmanaged wires and equipment removed from electricity poles in Thamel

48 truckloads of unmanaged wires and equipment removed from electricity poles in Thamel

KATHMANDU: A joint team of relevant government and private sector agencies removed forty-eight trucks load of wires and equipment belonging to cable television, internet, and telephone service provider companies. Such wire and equipment were haphazardly

Energy
Mid-Modi hydro project test production goes successful   

Mid-Modi hydro project test production goes successful   

PARBAT: The test production of the mid-Modi hydropower project that was constructed in Parbat has gone successful. The 18-MW hydro project, constructed by Middle Modi Hydropower Limited, has undertaken test production after eight years. The

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,