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  • NEA: 7534 MWh
  • Private Sector: 10544 MWh
  • India: 5461 MWh
  • Tripping: 685 MWh
  • Demand : 24223 MWh
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International Nuclear power should be allowed in Australia – but only with a carbon price

 11:07 am     

Looking at the state of policy on energy and climate change in Australia, it’s tempting to give in to despair. At the national level, following the abandonment of the National Energy Guarantee last year, we have no coherent energy policy and no…

News Paper Nepal needs to increase investments in energy by fourfold, World Bank says

 10:58 am     Prahlad Rijal

In line with the ambitious target of producing 15 gigawatts in 10 years and meeting the rising domestic demand for electricity, Nepal needs to increase investments in the energy sector by two- to fourfold, says a World Bank report. “A…

International Saudi oil output to recover in two or three weeks after attack: Sources

 10:52 am     Reuters

LONDON/DUBAI- Saudi Arabia sought to calm markets on Tuesday after an attack on its oil facilities, with sources in the kingdom saying output was recovering much more quickly than initially forecast and could be fully back in two or three weeks. International…

International China’s Trina Solar surpasses 4,000 Megawatt of solar modules supply in India

 10:49 am     Urjakhabar

New Delhi- Chinese solar panel manufacturer Trina Solar today announced the total capacity of solar modules installed by the company in India has crossed 4,000 Megawatt (Mw) -- the largest for any firm so far. “We have come far, from shipping under 15 MW of solar…

News Paper NEA to issue 25 per cent shares to public

 10:45 am     Urjakhabar

Kathmandu- In a bid to strengthen its institutional development, the government-owned Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has decided to issue 25 per cent (around 31.25 billion) shares to the public through an initial public offering (IPO). If the plan materialises then…

News Paper Draft bill to amend Electricity Act provokes complaints

 10:37 am     Pralhad Rijal

Kathmandu- A draft bill to amend the Electricity Act has upset stakeholders who say some of its provisions, if passed as they are, will restrain private power producers and the state-owned power utility besides curtailing the rights of the recently…

Nuclear power should be allowed in Australia – but only…

Nepal needs to increase investments in energy by fourfold, World…

Saudi oil output to recover in two or three weeks…

China’s Trina Solar surpasses 4,000 Megawatt of solar modules supply…

NEA to issue 25 per cent shares to public

Draft bill to amend Electricity Act provokes complaints

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Opinion

Bangladesh may suspend new power plant approvals

China and India are the main external investors in Bangladesh’s power plants, and the overcapacity that has become evident will affect them the most. More importantly, the mistakes in long-term analysis of energy needs is inbuilt into the infrastructure calculations of countries like Nepal and Bhutan, who are planning large hydropower projects primarily to export energy. –… 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 +

Sanjen power project conducts breakthrough of pilot hole

Sanjen Hydropower Project conducted breakthrough of the pilot hole of its 227-meter-long penstock tunnel at Chilime in Ama Chhodingma Rural Municipality-5 of Rasuwa, on Tuesday. As the work progresses, a… Read More +

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Petroleum

Saudi oil output to recover in two or three weeks after attack: Sources

LONDON/DUBAI- Saudi Arabia sought to calm markets on Tuesday after an attack on its oil facilities, with sources in the kingdom saying output was recovering much more quickly than initially forecast and could be fully back in two or three weeks. International oil companies, fellow members of the OPEC oil cartel and global energy policy makers had… Read More +

News Paper

Nepal needs to increase investments in energy by fourfold, World Bank says

In line with the ambitious target of producing 15 gigawatts in 10 years and meeting the rising domestic demand for electricity, Nepal needs to increase investments in the energy sector by two- to fourfold, says a World Bank report. “A twofold to fourfold increase in public and private investment is needed to meet the projected… Read More +

International

Nuclear power should be allowed in Australia – but only with a carbon price

Looking at the state of policy on energy and climate change in Australia, it’s tempting to give in to despair. At the national level, following the abandonment of the National Energy Guarantee last year, we have no coherent energy policy and no serious policy to address climate change. In this context, the announcement of two separate inquiries… Read More +

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