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Electric Cooking: An Option for Clean Cooking in Rural Kitchen

Main Author: Surendra Pandit  Binda Koirala (Subedi), a housewife, age 35, a local resident of Salyan village in Solukhumbu district has been cooking food for her family in an open woodfire since ages. She recalls the days when she had to collect sufficient firewood for a week from the forest...

The lack of post-installation support for micro-hydro users

Main Author: Topaz Maitland On Friday 8th February 2019, HP Net (Hydro Empowerment Network) which is a collection of micro-hydro experts and associates from across South and South-East Asia, conducted a meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal, to discuss key recommendations to bring forward to HP Net’s newly appointed board of directors....

Rural energy access: A global challenge

http://cabot-institute.blogspot.co.uk/2018/04/rural-energy-access-global-challenge.html        

The future of the planet is in the hands of the people

https://access-coalition.org/2017/07/24/the-future-of-the-planet-is-in-the-hands-of-the-people/

Dis-believing each other

Dis-believing each other…. It takes many years to build trust but it takes mere seconds to break that trust. In the context of Nepal, we as a citizen belonging to different caste, ethnic group, culture, language, geography etc. do lack that intangible part namely to trust. We are not in...

Our shared Journey towards saving energy….

Nepal is in a devastating scenario where the demand for energy is increasing at a faster pace. People are consuming more energy as compared to their predecessors. Energy consumption per capita is directly proportional to the economy of the country. For example; the Americans have the highest per capita energy...