Till date, very few attempts have been made to harness wind energy in Nepal. The first initiative was taken back in 1989, when two turbines of 10 kW were installed in Kagbeni, Mustang. Within three months of installation, the turbine blades were blown away by the gusty wind and sadly the project met an untimely […]

Population in Nepal has been increasing steadily at the rate of 1.6% per year. Similarly, the standard of living has been improving to more energy intensive in terms of electrical appliances and automobiles. This has led to a substantial increase in demand of energy by about 7-9% each year, or roughly 50 MW/year. However, the current […]