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International Many questions as Bhutan plans big dam with reservoir

 9:04 pm     Omair Ahmad

In his first major interview to the Indian media, Prime Minister of Bhutan Lotay Tshering stated that his priority for India-Bhutan relations was to build Bhutan’s first reservoir-based dam, the Sankosh project. Bhutan has long been an outlier in the region…

International Renewable Energy – Will this year’s Budget be green enough?

 8:59 pm     Ajay Sawhney

With the curtains down on national elections and the country awaiting the first budget of the newly elected government, it is the renewable energy sector which is biting its fingernails. Although the focus of the government is on the renewable…

International UK hits landmark clean energy tipping point

 8:51 pm     Kelvin Ross

The UK has reached a tipping point in its electricity generation and this year will for the first time since the Industrial Revolution get more of its energy production from zero carbon sources rather than fossil fuels. National Grid has…

News Paper Joint investment in hydropower planned

 8:46 pm     The Himalayan Times

Nepal and Bangladesh have agreed to jointly invest in some feasible hydropower projects in Nepal. A two-day Joint Steering Committee (JSC) meeting on energy cooperation between the two countries has also decided to hold talks with India to export power…

News Paper Sajha Yatayat to add 20 more buses

 8:43 pm     Republica

Sajha Yatayat, a cooperative public transport organization, is set to add additional 20 buses in coordination with the Kathmandu Metropolitan City. In this regard, buses have been brought in and its inauguration ceremony has been set for July 1 at…

International China-Nepal railway: fantasy or reality?

 5:56 pm     Ramesh Bhushal,

Tashi Sherpa runs the only teashop in Rasuwa Gadhi on the Nepal-China border, 170 kilometres north of the capital Kathmandu. About 50 metres away, a group of Chinese workers are busy building a bridge that will link the two countries,…

Many questions as Bhutan plans big dam with reservoir

Renewable Energy – Will this year’s Budget be green enough?

UK hits landmark clean energy tipping point

Joint investment in hydropower planned

Sajha Yatayat to add 20 more buses

China-Nepal railway: fantasy or reality?

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Opinion

Renewable Energy – Will this year’s Budget be green enough?

With the curtains down on national elections and the country awaiting the first budget of the newly elected government, it is the renewable energy sector which is biting its fingernails. Although the focus of the government is on the renewable energy sector, it did not presumably receive the expected treatment in the interim budget presented… Read More +

Feature

NSW government declares Shoalhaven pumped hydro expansion critical

The New South Wales government’s Minister for Planning has declared the $300 million Shoalhaven Hydro Expansion Project Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI) because of its importance to NSW’s future energy security. Origin Energy proposes to expand the existing Shoalhaven Pumped Hydro Scheme from 240 MW to 475 MW and produce enough power for about 80,000 homes.… Read More +

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Off Track

The Pioneer of ‘SAFA TEMPO’

Kathmandu- Dhumbarahi – Shree Gorakhnath Marg, House no. 187. There was a signboard of Pashupati Energy Company Limited on the roof. Another was stuck to the side- “Maya Khola Hydropower”. The inner room of the second floor was open. Bijayman Sherchan welcomed us coming outside. We entered inside with the bunches of flowers of his… Read More +

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 Sunday has revised downward prices of petroleum products effective from Sunday midnight. The state-owned petroleum monopolist decided to lower the price of petrol, diesel and kerosene by Rs 2 per liter. With the fresh reduction, petrol will be available for Rs 108 per liter whereas diesel and kerosene will be… Read More +

News Paper

Joint investment in hydropower planned

Nepal and Bangladesh have agreed to jointly invest in some feasible hydropower projects in Nepal. A two-day Joint Steering Committee (JSC) meeting on energy cooperation between the two countries has also decided to hold talks with India to export power from Nepal to Bangladesh by utilising electricity transmission lines of India. A meeting of the… Read More +

International

Many questions as Bhutan plans big dam with reservoir

In his first major interview to the Indian media, Prime Minister of Bhutan Lotay Tshering stated that his priority for India-Bhutan relations was to build Bhutan’s first reservoir-based dam, the Sankosh project. Bhutan has long been an outlier in the region given its pursuit of development underpinned by the production and export of electricity entirely through… Read More +

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