Previous Projects

Methodology for Feasibility Study of Electric Clean Cooking Program in Rukum

Improving cooking is essential for developing countries like Nepal in reducing adverse human health and evnronmental impacts caused by burning firewood. This "Methodology for Feasibility Study of Electric Clean Cooking Program in Solabhang, Rukum " projects will identify all the necessary cooking requirements and their cooking behavior. Installation of different...

Village Electrification with wind turbine and solar power system in Nepal’s Upper Mustang region

The project is implemented by Energy, Environment Research and Development Centre (EERDC), together with People, Energy and Environment Development Association (PEEDA). This project aims to install a solar wind hybrid system for electrification of the 40 households in the village and a primary school named “Birendra Prathamik Vidhyalaya” which currently caters...

Assessment of Low Power Electric Cooking in Nepal

The project aims to assess alternatives for low power electric cooking in Nepal so that the increasing conventional fuelwood demand could be reduced to some extent. This project is implemented in the rural area of Nepal, focusing on the off-grid community. The project is supported by the University of Bristol....

Improving Agricultural Profitability with Solar Powered Mobile Cold Storage for Small Farm Holders

The project is envisioned to be implemented in Baiteshwor Rural Municipality, Ward No. 3 (Earlier Mirge VDC) of Dolakha district. In the present context, in the absence of cold storage and related cold chain facilities, the farmers are compelled to either not sell due to small harvest or sell their...

Why Micro-hydro fails: Investigation into Poor Performance of Micro-Hydropower Plants in Nepal

This project will be carried out jointly by University of Bristol (UoB) and University of Coventry, UK and the People, Energy and Environment Development Association (PEEDA). The aim of this project is to understand the reasons behind poor performance and failure of MHP plants in Nepal. A field Study will...

Knowledge Exchange Workshops for Locally Manufactured Small Wind Turbines Using Online Design Tools

PEEDA is one of the partner organization for the project "Online Design Tools for Locally Manufactured Small Wind Turbines". The other partner organizations are Kathmandu Alternative Power and Energy Group (KAPEG) (lead and contracting partner), Rural Electrification Research Group (RurERG) and School of the Earth ‘Nea Guinea’. The general aim of this project...

Detailed Feasibility Study of Low Head Turbine Sites-Two Sites in Hilly Region

People, Energy and Environment Development Association in joint venture with Oshin Power Service Pvt. Ltd are conducting detailed feasibility studies for the probable two sites in hilly region of Nepal. The low head sites should have less than 10 meters head and not include sites that use conventional micro hydro turbines...

System Design of an Expandable, Reconfigurable, and Integrated Renewable Energy Microgrid for Remote, Off-Grid Communities

All Renewable energy technologies provide sporadic power and thus installing a single technology type into a remote community will not ensure continuous power supply. Therefore, a hybridised renewable energy microgrid can provide a solution for long term sustainability. However, the multi -sourced hybrid mini-grid technology, having a big potential benefit...

Technical Support for the Installation of Photo-voltaic Solar Panels in the Association for Craft Producers (ACP)

PEEDA worked on providing technical support to the Association for Craft Producers (ACP) for the installation of 32 KW photo-voltaic solar panel systems in the office and manufacturing premises for various applications. Earlier, PEEDA assisted ACP for the detailed feasibility study and accordingly suggested for the installation of solar powered...

Knowledge Documentation on Impacts of Biogas on Forests and Socio-economic development of local communities

PEEDA is currently working on documentation of impacts of biogas on forests and socio-economic development of local communities in the Terai Arc Landscape (TAL) and Chitwan Annapurna Landscape (CHAL). The project is under Hariyo Ban Program which has successfully installed thousands of domestic biogas plants in the TAL and CHAL...