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Solar Energy
The Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) brought solar electricity to the village of Pulimarang in collaboration with the Centre for Renewable Energy (CRE) in Kathmandu, a non-profit organization working to promote decentralized energy options for Nepalese rural electrification. With support from the Moriah Fund, solar home systems (SHS) were installed in sixty-five homes and a community center in N...
Wind Energy
Wind is still one of the unharnessed energy sources in Nepal. Its countrywide potential has not been assessed yet. Some studies have indicated that wind potential for power generation is favorable in Tansen of Palpa, Lomangthang of Mustang and Khumbu regions of Nepal. However, wind monitoring and mapping data are not available for many places. A few studies that have been conducted so far have b...
Geothermal Energy
We live between two great sources of energy, the hot rocks beneath the surface of the earth and the sun in the sky. Our ancestors knew the value of geothermal energy; they bathed and coke in hot springs. Today we have recognized that this resource has potential for much broader application. The core of the earth is very hot and it is possible to make use of this geothermal energy (in Greek it ...
Biomass Energy
Rural communities in Nepal are now harvesting cow dung to process into biogas, thanks to an innovative program being implemented in 66 of the country's 75 districts. The Biogas Support Program (BSP), founded in 1992, supports the construction of household-scale "digesters" that use bacteria to break down the dung in airless conditions, producing a clean, smokeless gas. A striking contrast to de...
Hydropower Energy
Nepal has a huge hydropower potential. In fact, the perennial nature of Nepali rivers and the steep gradient of the country’s topography provide ideal conditions for the development of some of the world’s largest hydroelectric projects in Nepal. Current estimates are that Nepal has approximately 40,000 MW of economically feasible hydropower potential. However, the present situation is that N...
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Solar Energy

The Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) brought solar electricity to the village of Pulimarang in collaboration with the Centre for Renewable Energy (CRE) in Kathmandu, a non-profit organizat ...read more

Wind Energy

Wind is still one of the unharnessed energy sources in Nepal. Its countrywide potential has not been assessed yet. Some studies have indicated that wind potential for power generation is f ...read more

Geothermal Energy

We live between two great sources of energy, the hot rocks beneath the surface of the earth and the sun in the sky. Our ancestors knew the value of geothermal energy; they bathed and coke ...read more

Biomass Energy

Rural communities in Nepal are now harvesting cow dung to process into biogas, thanks to an innovative program being implemented in 66 of the country's 75 districts. The Biogas Support Pro ...read more

Hydropower Energy

Nepal has a huge hydropower potential. In fact, the perennial nature of Nepali rivers and the steep gradient of the country’s topography provide ideal conditions for the development of s ...read more

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