Ongoing Projects

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 by the World Bank. WPN is partnering with Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and 3E, a Belgian company, on this wind resource mapping project. Ten met masts for collecting wind […]

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 has been approved by AEPC. WPN is currently exploring with various technology providers for the project and also preparing a Detailed Feasibility Study for the proposed compressed biogas bottling project.

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 wind speeds, Kagbeni is a site with great potential for wind energy development.  A detailed feasibility study is expected to be carried out from early 2017.

“5MW on-grid solar farm project in Tanahun district ” WindPower Nepal prepared a desk study report for a 5MW on-grid solar project planned in Belchautara, Tanahun, which has been submitted to the Department of Electricity Development Board (DoED) for a survey license application. The project is being developed by a Nepali company called Solar Farm Pvt Ltd, with a […]

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 building in Sustainability and Environmental Management between program countries (Norway, Netherlands and Portugal), partner countries (India, Nepal and Uganda) and partner country regions of Asia and Africa through both physical […]

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 plants and sell grid-quality electricity to clients. The ESCO would use Exeron technology, a highly intelligent hybrid power system. Exeron’s ability to combine and integrate energy from different sources such as solar, […]