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, […]

WPN had carried out a feasibility study to assess the solar PV power generation potential at the International Mountain Museum (IMM) in Pokhara. The IMM is located in Gharipatan, Pokhara, and spans across 105 ropanis (13.2 acres) of land. The facilities available in the museum include a library, souvenir shop, restaurant, wall climbing center and a […]

This project was a prototype built for a mountaineering expedition team to provide reliable electricity from solar energy. As the expedition team would have to move camp from one location to another, with unpredictable weather and very cold temperatures, we had to design a system that was portable, durable and easy to use. After initial […]