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Ongoing Projects

WindPower Nepal is consulting CG Energy Infrastructure (CGEI), a company of Chaudhary Group, to develop a 200 MW on-grid solar in Nepal, spread across three ...
The Nepal Energy Resource Assessment- Wind project is funded by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), a global knowledge and technical assistance program administered ...
WPN is developing a 45 tonnes per day Compressed Biogas Bottling Plant in Pokhara for Gandaki Urja Pvt Ltd. WPN prepared a feasibility study which ...
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 ...

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Find the latest clean tech stories from our crew

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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Solar power can be used to generate clean drinking water from air!

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Cleaning Solar PV

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The School of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh
Watch an innovative wave energy tech device - the Dielectric Elastomer Generator (DEG) - in action at FloWave. The device, which has been developed by engineers from the School in collaboration with those from the Universities of Trento, Bologna and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna Pisa in Italy, promises to generate low-cost, high-output green energy for thousands of homes. Read full details here: edin.ac/2SQoCia
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