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  • NEA: 5616 MWh
  • Private Sector: 5624 MWh
  • India: 8516 MWh
  • Tripping: 0 MWh
  • Demand : 19756 MWh
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News Paper Tamakoshi contractor pledges to pick up pace

 1:47 pm     BIBEK SUBEDI

Texamo, the Indian contractor executing the hydro-mechanical works of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project, promised to get its act together and expedite work to meet the new deadline of mid-November 2019 after a pep talk by the energy minister. Last…

International Switch to clean energy and save $500 mln, aid agencies told

 11:41 am     

Aid agencies could save more than $500 million by choosing clean energy over fossil fuels in war zones and disaster areas, global think-tank Chatham House said in a report on Monday. Humanitarian agencies spent about five percent of their funds…

International Getting Renewables Strategy Right and Avoiding Pitfalls in Middle East

 11:40 am     Shihab Elborai

The outlook for renewables in the Middle East is encouraging. Recent tenders, such as in Saudi Arabia and neighboring Egypt, have demonstrated considerable investor appetite, competitive prices, and a strong market for clean energy. In Saudi Arabia, just one of…

International Power cost: Tata power writes to states to amend PPA

 11:25 am     Manish Sirhindi

Following a recent Supreme Court verdict, Tata Powerhas written to Punjab, Haryana and other states seeking an amendment to the power purchase agreement (PPA) based on the recommendations of the high power committee constituted by the government of Gujrat. While, in its letter sent…

News Paper Bhairahawa SEZ fails to supply electricity to factories

 11:20 am     Rekha Bhusal

Although the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Authority of Bhairahawa has been promising to provide required amount of electricity to factories inside the zone, the wires connected to poles near 69 plots are without power supply. Because of this, industries inside…

News Paper NEA expedites process to sign performance contracts

 11:12 am     The Himalayan Times

With a target to control leakage and reduce its loss, Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has accelerated the process of signing performance contracts with the chiefs of regional offices and project managers. In this regard, NEA has signed a performance agreement…

Tamakoshi contractor pledges to pick up pace

Switch to clean energy and save $500 mln, aid agencies…

Getting Renewables Strategy Right and Avoiding Pitfalls in Middle East

Power cost: Tata power writes to states to amend PPA

Bhairahawa SEZ fails to supply electricity to factories

NEA expedites process to sign performance contracts

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Opinion

Energy storage: Future of Indian power sector

A reliable, economically competitive and environmentally sustainable electricity system is the cornerstone of a modern society. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is being built on the digital revolution and combines multiple technologies that are leading to unprecedented paradigm shifts in the economy, business and society et al. The electricity landscape is a prime example of the… Read More +

Feature

India, Bangladesh and three dying rivers

Gurudayal Haldar, 62, has been a fisherman for the past five decades in Balurghat, in the Dakshin Dinajpur district of West Bengal. He depends on the Atreyee River to feed his family. But the environmental degradation caused by rampant pollution and sand mining has virtually sounded the death knell of the river that once served… Read More +

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Off Track

HIDCL’s Vision

Fiscal Year 2010/11 was marked and celebrated as historical centennial year of generation and commercial use of hydroelectricity in Nepal. Pharping-the first Hydroelectric Power Plant, started generating electricity in 1911.… Read More +

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Petroleum

NOC revises petro-price

Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) on Monday has revised downward prices of petroleum products effective from Monday midnight. Birendra Goit, the spokesperson of NOC, said the price of petrol, diesel and kerosene has come down by Rs 2 per liter. Now consumers can buy petrol at Rs 112 per liter, whereas diesel and kerosene will cost Rs… Read More +

News Paper

Tamakoshi contractor pledges to pick up pace

Texamo, the Indian contractor executing the hydro-mechanical works of the Upper Tamakoshi Hydropower Project, promised to get its act together and expedite work to meet the new deadline of mid-November 2019 after a pep talk by the energy minister. Last week, Energy Minister Barsha Man Pun summoned Texamo and project officials and told the contractor’s… Read More +

International

Switch to clean energy and save $500 mln, aid agencies told

Aid agencies could save more than $500 million by choosing clean energy over fossil fuels in war zones and disaster areas, global think-tank Chatham House said in a report on Monday. Humanitarian agencies spent about five percent of their funds – or an estimated $1.2 billion – on diesel last year, and could save $517… Read More +

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