Promoting sustainable biogas production in Nepal could help replace LPG gas and solid biomass, thereby reducing greenhouse emissions and lowering household air pollution. Nepal’s biogas policies could realize these multiple benefits by accounting for spatial variation in biogas production potential across the country, according to a study published in Sustainable Development.
Professor Dr. Mahendra P Lama Indian Development Economist and Member of Nepal-India Eminent Persons’ Group Prof. P Lama has spent three decades of his lifetime in playing an important role in energy exchange, energy diplomacy and cross-border energy trade in bilateral Nepal-India, India-Bhutan and India-Bangladesh, including multilateral...20 December, 2023
Kathmandu: On a bright winter’s morning, a small group of women gather in the tiny yard behind a makeshift shelter. They spread cereals out on the ground to dry, knit handicrafts, drink tea, and enjoy the warmth of the sun. As they start t...15 March, 2023
Kathmandu; Dhumbarahi – Shree Gorakhnath Marg, House no. 187. There was a signboard of Pashupati Energy Company Limited on the roof. Another was stuck to the side- “Maya Khola Hydropower”. The inner room of the second floor was open. Bijayman Sherchan welcomed us coming outside. We entered inside with the bunches of flowers of his gratitude.
He left his revolving chair and came along to stay wi...