Energy Update

  • NEA : 9973 MWh
  • Subsidiary Company : 11660 MWh
  • Private Sector : 22699 MWh
  • Import : 3644 MWh
  • Tripping : 2150 MWh
  • Energy Demand : 50126 MWh
  • NEA : 0 MW
  • Subsidiary Company : 0 MW
  • Private Sector : 0 MW
  • Import : 0 MW
  • Tripping : 0 MW
  • Peak Demand : 2307 MW
2024 June 15,Saturday
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Various studies have shown that due to sufficient sunlight, there is great potential for solar power generation in Nepal. According to the "Energy" report released by the Investment Board Nepal (IBN) in April 2024, Nepal receives solar radiation equivalent to the potential for producing 3.6 to 6.2 units of electricity per square meter.

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Nepal and India both will lose if there is no strong cooperation in energy and water resource

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

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