One-stop solution to energy problems in Nepal

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

Ongoing Projects

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 ...
WPN provides large scale wind farm prospect analysis, business development plans and consultancy service for VESTAS in Nepal. Vestas is a Danish wind turbine manufacturer, ...
WPN is supporting Freedom Energy, a company registered in Singapore, to set up an Energy Service Company (ESCO) in Nepal. The ESCO would build captive power ...

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Find the latest clean tech stories from our crew

Implementing Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariffs in Nepal

Many countries have implemented Feed-in Tariffs (FiTs) into their energy development plans, which are policy instruments designed to promote rapid deployment of renewable energy (RE) technologies...


How to Build Your Own Portable Solar Kit

Solar technology has emerged as a reliable source of energy in the Nepalese energy market. Being the cleanest and most profuse renewable energy source available, it...


Why should Mustang give wind energy a second chance?

With the lack of wind assessment and successful precedent cases, Nepal is reluctant to invest in new wind generation projects wasting all the wind potential hidden...


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Our CEO will be delivering a presentation on importance of Renewable Energy for Sustainble Development of Nepal at the Nepal Social Work Symposium 2017, organised by Thames International College, on 26th June. It's a free event, but prior registration required! ... See MoreSee Less

Know your speaker 'Role of Renewable Energy in Sustainable Development of Nepal- Kushal Gurung'

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With advancement in transportation technology, logistics are becoming less hectic and such that longer blades are now easier to carry even in narrow and meandering roads like in Nepal! ... See MoreSee Less

Amul dairy treats 2 million litres of waste water daily to generate 3000 cubic meter of raw biogas, which they purify to generate 50% of pure methane gas. Half of the gas they produced are being used to run one of their boiler, while rest they are compressing and bottling in CNG cylinders to use as LPG substitute. They generate almost 100 LPG cylinder equivalent of CNG! Also, they are recycling 200,000 litres of purified water too - 10% water recycled! #Waste2Energy #Biogas ... See MoreSee Less