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Preparations for the Himalayan Hydro Expo are in the final stage

Preparations for the Himalayan Hydro Expo are in the final stage

KATHMANDU . Preparations for the fourth edition of 'Himalayan Hydro Expo, 2024' have reached the final stage. Joint planning by the Association of Independent Energy Producers, Nepal (IPAN) and the Expo and Event Management Services Authority,

Opinion
Private Sector Ready for Power Trade

Private Sector Ready for Power Trade

The history of Nepal's hydropower production spans 112 years, with significant progress occurring only after the active engagement of the private sector. In 2057 BS, the first privately invested project generated electricity, marking a turning

Breaking News
Hydropower sector incurred losses of Rs 8.4 billion to recent disaster: IPPAN

Hydropower sector incurred losses of Rs 8.4 billion to recent disaster: IPPAN

Hydropower sector incurred losses amounting to Rs 8.4 billion in flooding and landslides in Eastern districts on June 16-17. The flooding and landslips swept away power plants in Taplejung, Sankhuwasabha, Panchthar and Bhojpur district causing

Power Summit 2023
Use of New Technology in Construction and Operation of Hydropower Projects

Use of New Technology in Construction and Operation of Hydropower Projects

KATHMANDU: The promoter Swetaganga Hydropower Company had to construct a 23 km transmission line by itself to bring the power of the 28.1 MW lower Likhu hydropower project at Ramechhap to the 220 KV new

Power Summit 2023
The Importance of Nepal’s Cross-Border Trade of Hydropower is decreasing due to Poor Diplomacy

The Importance of Nepal’s Cross-Border Trade of Hydropower is decreasing due to Poor Diplomacy

KATHMANDU: The Nepal Electricity Authority, which exported electricity worth 11 billion rupees in a monsoon last year, has projected to sell electricity worth 20 billion rupees in the coming monsoon and 2 trillion rupees in

Power Summit 2023
Private sector’s investment is at high risk due to the 3 decades old Electricity Act

Private sector’s investment is at high risk due to the 3 decades old Electricity Act

KATHMANDU: When the government brought the Electricity Act in 2049 after multi-party democracy, Nepal's hydroelectric capacity was only 236 MW. However, after 3 decades of the Act, the hydropower production capacity has increased to over

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,

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Government passes ordinance to clear deck for power trade by private players

Government passes ordinance to clear deck for power trade by private players

KATHMANDU: On September 23, a meeting of the Council of Ministers passed the Bill to Amend Electricity Act 1991 through an ordinance paving the way for granting licenses to the private sector for electricity trade.