The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has announced that there will be no power cuts during Tihar, known as the festival of lights, when people set the city ablaze and power consumption shoots up sharply.
The Energy Ministry’s plan to establish Nepal Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), a powerful body to regulate the country’s energy sector has been delayed after the Law Ministry failed to provide consent over a regulation required to operate such commission. The Energy Ministry had sent the draft of Electricity Regulatory Commission Regulation to the Law Ministry around two months ago but has yet to receive consent from the latter.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has started surveys to increase the number of charging stations for Electric Vehicles (EVs) throughout the country. This is part of NEA’s promotional activities and it aims to encourage people to use environment-friendly vehicles in the future.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA), the state-owned power utility, is all set to sign dollar-denominated power-purchase agreement (PPA) with Langtang Rasuwa Hydropower Limited, the developer of 120MW Rasuwa-Bhotekoshi Hydropower Project.
The Nepal Electricity Authority’s (NEA) plan to increase energy imports during the dry season may be hit due to delays in the construction of a substation at Dhalkebar by Central Power Grid International Economic and Trade Corporation.
Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) and India’s NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam (NVVN) on Saturday signed a supplementary power purchase agreement (PPA), giving continuity to the import of electricity through Dalkebar-Muzzafapur cross-border transmission line.