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We provide energy engineering and consulting services, and sell renewable products

Ongoing Projects

The project is funded by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), a global knowledge and technical assistance program administered by the World Bank. WPN ...
  WPN is developing a 45 tonnes per day Compressed Biogas Bottling Plant in Pokhara for Gandaki Urja Pvt Ltd. WPN prepared a feasibility study ...
WPN is part of the CAPSEM (Capacity building in Sustainability and Environmental Management) Project, which aims to create a multi-regional network for knowledge exchange and capacity ...
WPN is currently engaged in carrying out a pre-feasibility study of a possible wind farm development in the Kagbeni region. With a reputation for high ...

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Role of private sector in developing Rural Micro-Grid

In Nepal, around 35% of the population still do not have access to grid electricity. And due to the tough mountainous terrain, it is technically and...

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Solar Panel Cleaner

There are many reasons why solar PV panels may not work at their rated performance level. Lack of proper solar radiation in cloudy days, soiling (dust...

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“Waste Problem to Solution”

Managing solid waste is one of the major challenges of urbanization. Municipalities tolerate the burden of provision of basic services such as water supply, electricity, wastewater...

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2 weeks ago

WindPower Nepal

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2 weeks ago

WindPower Nepal

Our CEO, Mr Kushal Gurung, sharing his thoughts on role of private sector and government in development of renewable energy sector in Nepal, during the 4th International Conference on Renewable Energy Technology for Rural and Urban development #RETRUD. He urged the Govt to bring policies to make the sector attractive for investors. Public Private Partnership is the way forward! #renewableenergy #nepal ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

WindPower Nepal

It is our pleasure to inform you that Energy Development Council (EDC) in association with International Centre for Hydropower (ICH) and Nepal Bankers' Association (NBA) co-sponsored by USAID’s Nepal Hydropower Development Project (NHDP) are organizing a five day training workshop on "Hydropower Financing and Risk Management" from 26th-30th November, 2018 in Hotel Yak and Yeti, Kathmandu.

Application for the training workshop are open now. Please fill the form available at www.ich.no/Detalj/Courses/3633 before 15th November, 2018. Qualified applicants will be notified of their selection as seats are limited.

More info: www.edcnepal.org/training-workshop/
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