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EDC in collaboration with International Centre of Hydropower (ICH), Norway is organizing a one day training workshop on Regional Energy Cooperation on 11th November, 2019.
E-Newsletter | Issue 58
Taking Nepal’s Energy Sector Forward to International Best Practices
E-Newsletter | Issue 57
Nepalis are Consuming 38 percent more Electricity than Two Years Ago
E-Newsletter | Issue 56
Electric Vehicle Promotion Conference 2019
E-Newsletter | Issue 55
“Increase customs duties on petroleum vehicles by 200% to bring Electric Age in Nepal”
Chairman of EDC, Mr. Sujit Acharya along with the President of EVAN Mr. Umesh Raj Shrestha interviewed by Energy Focus.
E-Newsletter | Issue 54
“Lighting the Rural Future” by Mr. Bishal Thapa
E-Newsletter | Issue 53
Forest & Land Issues in Hydropower Project Development organized by EDC scheduled for 12th April, 2019.
E-Newsletter | Issue 52
“Financing micro-grid projects for the underserved communities in Nepal” by Mr. Sarbagya R. Tuladhar
E-Newsletter | Issue 51
“Is Development Process on Track? ” by Dr. Atma Ram Ghimire
E-Newsletter | Issue 50
“This capacity building has largely been for the benefit of government staffers — not private developers or lenders. The downside of this approach is that it builds capacity on one side of the table only — the government. That is not enough.”
E-Newsletter | Issue 49
EDC in association with International Centre for Hydropower (ICH), Norway and Nepal Bankers’ Association (NBA), supported by USAID’s Nepal Hydropower Development Project (NHDP), Norad, IFC, Butwal Power Company (BPC) successfully concluded the five days training workshop on “Hydropower Financing and Risk Management in Nepal, 2018”
E-Newsletter | Issue 48
“For the past couple of years, things are moving in the positive direction in Nepal especially in the power sub-sector. As per Nepal Government’s plan and program in 2018, emphasis will be given to the development and expansion of hydroelectricity and all types of renewable energy to provide clean energy to all Nepali household within the coming three years and to avail electricity to all households as per demand within the next five years. “
E-Newsletter | Issue 47
EPC + Finance
In an EPC arrangement the contractor is fully responsible for Engineering, Procurement and Construction necessary for the Project. If in the EPC arrangement, the Contractor further undertakes to finance the Project, then such arrangement is called EPC plus (+) F. The ‘+F’ implies that Contractor is additionally required to arrange the finance required to construct the undertaking.
E-Newsletter | Issue 46
Embassy of Bangladesh to Nepal in partnership with Energy Development Council (EDC) and Independent Power Producer’s Association, Nepal (IPPAN) organized an Interaction Session on “Power Sector Cooperation Between Bangladesh and Nepal” on August 10th 2018 at Hotel Hyatt Regency, Bouddha, Kathmandu.
E-Newsletter | Issue 45
“Good laws that incentivize and ease doing business helps rapid economic development. However, there are huge challenges for investors in the hydropower sector particularly because of major structural flaws in laws and regulations that do not create the right incentive, and implement complex legal framework with excessive red tape.”
E-Newsletter | Issue 44
“We can’t export hydro power to India sitting in a hill top in Nepal and hoping that the Indian envoy will show up with a bag full of cash to buy our exports. Nepal will have to take the fight into the Indian market place. We will have to create our own opportunities. “
E-Newsletter | Issue 43
“Bringing in private sector to run micro-grids on ESCO model definitely looks a more sustainable solution for rural electrification”
E-Newsletter | Issue 42
DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT & ENERGY SAVING TIPS
“We are all happy faces these days and we don’t have to look at the load-shedding schedule anymore. Thanks to the effort of the NEA’s entire team for making this happen. But, can we be assured that we won’t face the load-shedding in the future? We don’t have an answer. So, what can NEA and we do together to ensure a load-shedding free Nepal forever and after?”
E-Newsletter | Issue 41
“Energy demand is estimated to rise to 18,000 MW in the next 20 years. We have great potential in hydro, however, now is also the time to think about diversifying our energy mix to achieve reliable, efficient and lower cost energy supply. “
E-Newsletter | Issue 40
INAUGURAL REMARKS BY RT. HONORABLE PRESIDENT OF NEPAL IN NEPAL POWER INVESTMENT SUMMIT 2018
E-Newsletter | Issue 39
Nepal Power Investment Summit 2018 conducted from 27th-29th January 2018.
E-Newsletter | Issue 38