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Power Supply

             
  • NEA: 10172 MWh
  • Private Sector: 8885 MWh
  • India: 811 MWh
  • Tripping: 0 MWh
  • Demand : 19868 MWh
  • Soure : NEA
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News Paper NEA planning to add transformers to increase power consumption

 10:59 am     Urjakhabar

Kathmandu- Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is planning to add new transformers as a strategy to increase the power consumption. The NEA came up with such plan to maintain the electrical load to 50% to let the consumers use as much…

News Paper Upper Trishuli 3A to start commercial generation from Monday

 10:56 am     Himnath Devkota

Kathmandu- The Upper Trishuli 3A Hydropower Project is starting commercial generation of electricity from Monday. The project is starting commercial generation after eight and a half years of initiation of the project. The 60 MW project had started generating electricity…

News Paper Nepal faces a tough test of increasing electricity use

 10:53 am     Pralhad Rijal

Kathmandu- Twenty-six-year-old Apsara Dhakal is a housewife who manages a two-room apartment at Kageshwori-Manohara Municipality in Kathmandu and has stocked two cylinders of Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) for cooking purposes. “Utensils with induction-base are costlier than non-induction utensils and they…

News Paper Chitwan to be fully electrified in current fiscal year

 10:53 am     Sabita Shrestha

The Ministry of Energy Water Resources and Irrigation is completely electrifying Chitwan district as per its electrification campaign in different parts of the country. The government is planning to electrify 41 districts of the country in the current fiscal year.…

Project Upper Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project slated to restart operations next week

 10:47 am     Anish Tiwari

The Upper Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project in Sindhupalchok is slated to restart operations next week, five years after it shut for repairs. The 45 megawatt plant was battered by a series of disasters that forced its closure, project officials said. Bikram…

News Paper Growing opposition to dam on Chenab tributary

 11:59 am     Raqib Hameed Naik

Until 2017, 28-year-old Sheikh Zafar was one among thousands of Kashmiri youths aspiring to make it through the qualifying exams for the Kashmir Administrative Services, the state level civil service. Then, one cold morning in December, he received a frantic…

NEA planning to add transformers to increase power consumption

Upper Trishuli 3A to start commercial generation from Monday

Nepal faces a tough test of increasing electricity use

Chitwan to be fully electrified in current fiscal year

Upper Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project slated to restart operations next week

Growing opposition to dam on Chenab tributary

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Opinion

Death of Nepali Hydro

There was much euphoria after India and Nepal reached an agreement on the new 400 kV Butwal-Gorakhpur cross-border transmission line. Government hailed it as a breakthrough, saying that it will lead to Nepali hydro power exports. The private sector body, Independent Power Producers’ Association, Nepal (IPPAN), went further stating that “10 to 12 such high-voltage… Read More +

Feature

When generosity kills

Nepal’s young democracy requires Nepalis to demand more from themselves and their government instead of falling victim to the allure of progress that foreign aid promises  The United States (US) has betrayed 75 years of its friendship with Nepal. Tragically, that moment of betrayal came in what should have been a cause for celebration. In June,… 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 +

Upper Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project slated to restart operations next week

The Upper Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project in Sindhupalchok is slated to restart operations next week, five years after it shut for repairs. The 45 megawatt plant was battered by a series… Read More +

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Petroleum

Petroleum exploration in Dailekh after Tihar

Kathmandu- The exploration of petroleum products in Panchakoshi area of Dailekh will start after Tihar. The team that had studied the first phase, will now stay in the district for three months and engage in the exploration work. They are establishing camps in two locations where technicians and workers will stay. Necessary management is being… Read More +

News Paper

NEA planning to add transformers to increase power consumption

Kathmandu- Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) is planning to add new transformers as a strategy to increase the power consumption. The NEA came up with such plan to maintain the electrical load to 50% to let the consumers use as much electricity as they need. The NEA has directed the distribution centers to add transformers and… Read More +

International

Lithium producers hit by first big downturn of electric vehicle era

LOS ANGELES- The burgeoning lithium industry, which produces the powerhouse metal used to make electric vehicle (EV) batteries, has entered its first major downturn, an unwelcome bruising for investors eager to help combat climate change. Albemarle Corp, Tianqi Lithium Corp and others have been producing more lithium than automakers need. Global supply exceeds demand by about 5… Read More +

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