The Indian government has proposed the construction of Lower Arun Hydropower Project in Nepal with a capacity of 400 megawatts (MW). “In a meeting with Minister for Energy, Water Resource and Irrigation Barshaman Pun at New Delhi on Monday
After three blasts on Thursday at Nepal’s under-construction hydropower project, which is being developed with the assistance of India, workers at the site have expressed fears on continuing work.
The stalled Nepal-India petroleum pipeline has been expedited with the Nepal government okaying forest clearance for the project, which is now expected to be completed by April-end, said a Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) official.
Nepal and India have agreed to set up an ‘Energy Banking’ mechanism that would help the Himalayan country export its surplus electricity to neighbour India during the monsoon season and import power during its lean season in winter.
The Himalayan Hydro Expo 2019 kicked off here on Friday to bring together key developers, investors and policy makers, and to showcase state-of-the-art technologies for hydropower development in Nepal.
Motihari-Amlkehgunj Petroleum Pipeline project is certain to start operation from coming mid- April onwards. The project remains as the first cross-border project in the entire South-Asia. Under this project, petroleum products
While the energy sector remains a prominent enabler of India-Nepal trade ties, the establishments on both sides often do not give it its due. It is a fact that most India-led power projects in Nepal are not faring in the spirit that they were set up in.
India and Nepal have agreed to set up an energy banking mechanism to prevent spilling of electricity when production surpasses demand, according to The Kathmandu Post.
As per an earlier agreement, the meeting of the Power Exchange Committee of Nepal and India will be held in New Delhi on Wednesday. Nepali government officials will be travelling to India for the purpose on Tuesday
The first trans-national fuel pipeline in between Nepal and India is near completion with only 12.2 kilometres remaining to be laid down. About 65 per cent of the Motihari-Amlekhganj Pipeline project that covers