Current Projects

Understanding of the energy implications at the household level of cooking entirely with electricity

The Government of Nepal has projected the rise of the electricity in the national grid from 1250 MW (2018/19) to 5820 MW by 2024, an increase of 4.6 folds. Hence transitioning to electric cooking has not only environmental, social, economic benefits but can also improve national energy security. One of...

ECO Follow Up Study

People, Energy and Environment Development Association (PEEDA) along with partners Kathmandu, Power and Energy Group (KAPEG) and University of Bristol had implemented Electric Cooking Outreach (ECO) project in Solukhumbhu and South Lalitpur districts that ended back in December 2021. The research project was conducted under the financial support from Modern...

Promoting Electric Cooking in Nepalese Households

The project aims to promote electric cooking in collaboration with local governments and relevant e-cooking stakeholders. It targets to reduce the dependency of rural households on fuelwood thereby avoiding deforestation methods and increasing electricity consumption. Adequate capacity development is encouraged at both household and different levels of government to boost...

Climate Resilient Communities and Sustainable Livelihood Initiatives for Pro-Poor of Dolakha District of Nepal, continuation

The project aims to enhance adaptive capabilities of targeted communities viz. women and children, marginalized commuities, Dalits and ethnic minorities against adverse effects of climate change. Moreover, it also aims to enhance agri-entrepreneurship skills, climate -resilient agricultural techniques and innovation in irrigation methodologies among targeted communities. The project is currently...