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News Paper Betan Karnali DPR to be completed by August

 11:32 am     The Himalayan Times

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has said that the works related to the detailed project report (DPR) of the 425-megawatt peaking-runof-the-river type Betan Karnali hydropower project will be completed by August. Works related to the DPR and the Environmental Impact…

International The curse of hydropower?

 11:30 am     

As the world continues to suffer from climate change impacts, decarbonisation of the global economy is one of the most urgent needs faced by governments. This, though, will never be the only axis on which strategic political and economic decisions…

International Solar, wind covered most of Germany’s power demand on Easter Monday

 11:15 am     RALPH DIERMANN

Conditions for renewable power generation were very good on Easter Monday, thanks to bright sunshine across all of Germany and a light breeze in many parts of the country. German think-tank Agora Energiewende revealed that solar and wind almost completely…

International Tanzania eyes 10,000 MW power generation capacity by 2025

 11:10 am     REUTERS

Tanzania aims to have six times its current powergeneration capacity by 2025 through investment in thermal and renewable energy, deputy energy minister Subira Mgalu told parliament on Tuesday. The East African country boasts reserves of over 57 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural…

News Paper Electricity commission remains without office bearers as energy sector suffers

 11:01 am     PRAHLAD RIJAL

The government is yet to appoint office bearers to the Nepal Electricity Regulatory Commission more than a year after Parliament passed legislation paving the way for its establishment to replace the Electricity Tariff Fixation Commission even as problems plaguing the…

News Paper Government, World Bank ink pact to scale up renewable energy options

 10:57 am     The Himalayan Times

The government and the World Bank have signed an agreement today to scale up renewable energy options in selected regions of Nepal in partnership with private sector. The agreement was signed by Shreekrishna Nepal, joint secretary at Ministry of Finance…

Betan Karnali DPR to be completed by August

The curse of hydropower?

Solar, wind covered most of Germany’s power demand on Easter…

Tanzania eyes 10,000 MW power generation capacity by 2025

Electricity commission remains without office bearers as energy sector suffers

Government, World Bank ink pact to scale up renewable energy…

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Opinion

Why California’s electric utilities need a regulatory overhaul

Every day, we hear about new technologies disrupting businesses all around us. The emergence of profitable new energy technologies is overturning the way California’s electric utilities run our aging electric power system. Increasingly, businesses and families have choices about how they produce and use electricity.  Those choices can help modernize our power system and make… 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

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

Syria imposes new fuel rations as fuel crisis from sanctions bites

Damascus: Damascus has imposed new limits on subsidised petrol for cars and motorbikes in regime-held areas of Syria, in the latest bid to curb a fuel crisis it blames on Western sanctions. Owners of private cars would now be allowed just 20 litres (about 7.5 gallons) of fuel every five days, said the ministry of petroleum and mineral resources. At petrol stations… Read More +

News Paper

Betan Karnali DPR to be completed by August

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has said that the works related to the detailed project report (DPR) of the 425-megawatt peaking-runof-the-river type Betan Karnali hydropower project will be completed by August. Works related to the DPR and the Environmental Impact Assessment are being carried out by NEA Engineering Company, a subsidiary of Nepal Electricity Authority… Read More +

International

The curse of hydropower?

As the world continues to suffer from climate change impacts, decarbonisation of the global economy is one of the most urgent needs faced by governments. This, though, will never be the only axis on which strategic political and economic decisions are taken. With more than a billion people still living in extreme poverty, and another substantial… Read More +

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