by Ramesh Singh

Issue: 41

Journal section: Theme Articles
Not yet available in PDF format

[edit] [read more]

Received: 2010-10-01


Nepal has, in theory, a viable hydropower potential of 40 000 MW of energy, but to date it uses less than 1% of this potential because of the high cost of generation. It can be seen that most of the energy demand in Nepal is still met through traditional energy sources such as fuelwood...

Click here to read more

Tags: BioBriquettes    BoilingPoint41    Cooking    Fuel    AnimalDung   

011 Briquettes And Pellets
010 Stoves Coal
Dung cakes

Asia Nepal

Stars: (0)

Back | Issue 41 | Boiling Point Main Page | Issues Archive | Articles Archive | Submit a paper

  • A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.

Upcoming Events

No records to display