WPN installed a wind-solar hybrid system at the International Mountain Museum, Pokhara, in December 2014. The system is designed for demonstration purpose with a 300 Watt wind turbine and a pair of 20W solar PV and a 40AH battery system. It was commissioned by Nepal Mountaineering Association.
We provided one day training to forest-based labors in six villages in Kathmandu, Kavrepalanchowk and Sindhupalchowk districts in November and December, 2014. It was commissioned by WWF Nepal Program as part of its Decent Work: Healthy Environment project in cooperation with Trade Union Solidarity Centre of Finland (SASK) and Building and Wood Worker’s International Nepal Affiliate […]
WPN received an honorary mention for making it to the final round at REC@NNECT Boot Camp on May 5-7, 2014, organized by CRDF Global with the support from the US goverment. WPN was one of the 40 out of 200 entrepreneurs applied from 13 countries in Central and South Asia, and a member of 10 […]
WPN participated in the Renewable Energy Week 2014 organized by Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC) to promote renewable energy in Nepal in February 6-8th. WPN promoted awareness on wind energy, and demonstrated Fair-Wind Prototype that uses wind energy to charge mobile phones.
On January 29, 2014, WindPower Nepal and Renewable World jointly organized a half-day event on wind called “Energy is in the Air.” It was hosted by “climate+change: a regional dialogue on the future” at the Nepal Art Council, and the event included a discussion with panelists from Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC), Asian Development Bank (ADB) […]
On “Global Wind Day 2013,” WPN organized a half-day seminar on “Wind Energy Development and Use: Nepalese Perspective” in coordination with Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC). The seminar brought together over 60 professionals from public, private, donors, and nonprofit communities. The main objective of the seminar was to raise awareness on wind […]
WPN conducted a pre-feasibility assessment in March 2013 for the World Bank Nepal office to launch a “Fair-Wind Prototype” that uses wind energy to charge mobile phones. This technology, designed by an Austrian Company, has the potential to help consumers without electricity to have access to mobile connection, and telecom suppliers to expand their outreach. As […]
WPN participated in the “Renewable Energy Week 2013″ held from January 20-26th, which was organized by AEPC to promote renewable energy in Nepal. As a part of the program, WPN had a display stall in Bhrikutimandap, where it promoted awareness on wind energy for visitors.