Kathmandu– Around 70 experts from various countries will deliver their presentations during the Energy Summit to be held in Kathmandu later this week, the organizer said on Monday.
At a press conference, the Independent Power Producers Association Nepal (IPPAN), the organizer, stated that eminent experts from Nepal, China, India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Japan, the Netherlands, United States, Canada, and Norway will participate during the two-day event.
The event will be held on November 21 and 22 under the theme “Powering the Asian Century”. Over 700 guests from various countries are expected to participate during the summit.
IPPAN Chairperson Shailendra Guragain said that the experts are scheduled to deliver their deliberations on a number of topics including regional power trade, electricity market, regulation, and financing, sustainable development, execution and facilitation of the energy projects in the federal structure, foreign investment in hydropower and among others.
“All the preparations for the summit are underway,” he said.
The summit is being organized under the patronage of Nepal government’s Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation