WPN participated in the Renewable World Learning Conference where the COO Saroj Dhakal presented about “the Challenges and Opportunities in Wind Energy in Nepal.” The conference covered issues related to wind, solar, biogas, hydram, and mini-grid solutions.
Yes it is true; wind energy is one of the cheapest forms of electricity generation available today. The first commercial-scale wind turbine was installed in the 1980s and the electricity cost was 30 cents per kilowatt-hour. This has now dropped significantly to an average of 5 euro cents per kilowatt-hour. Kudos to the technology innovations, […]
“Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” This quote does speak for our lack of awareness on the huge potential of 3000 MW of wind energy in Nepal while experiencing an unprecedented energy crisis. Under the SWERA Report (2008), an assessment carried out on the area within 10 km buffer zone from […]