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Resource Efficient Built Environment: Methodologies and Lesson Learned  Climate change is a reality and the era of cheap energy is over. There is urgency to adopt cleaner ways of generating and using energy. Building sector being one of the major consumers of energy and consequently, one of the major polluters, they also...
UNHABITAT, (2014)
Nepal: Rapid Assessment Gap Analysis Use of traditional biomass resources, which supplies over four-fifths of the total energy needs in Nepal, contributes to deforestation, indoor air pollution and drudgery. This mainly affects women and children. It causes loss of agricultural producti...
GoN, UNDP, (2013)
Clean Start In Nepal It is estimated that 28 percent of people in Nepal live with no access to electricity. Furthermore the low reliability of access and frequent electricity shortages create serious issues for consumption and productive use. Despite a very high potentia...
UNCDF, (2016)
Renewable Energy for Rural Livelihood ( RERL ) In July 2014, the Government of Nepal (GoN) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed the project document of Renewable Energy for Rural Livelihood (RERL), which is a joint initiative of the GoN, Global Environment Facility (GEF) and UND...
GoN, RERL/UNDP, (2014)
Energy to Move Rural Nepal Out of Poverty:The Rural Energy Development Programme Model in Nepal The Rural Energy Development Program model in Nepal is one of 17 case studies which, together with a report titled ‘Towards an ‘Energy Plus’ approach for the poor: A review of good practices and lessons learned from Asia and the Pacific’ and an A...
UNDP, (2012)
SDGs in Nepal Goal 7: Info-graphics Where do Nepal’s seven provinces stand in terms of each of the Sustainable Development Goals? This series of info-graphics developed by United Nations Nepal in partnership with Nepal in Data and published in the Republica national daily, illustrates ...
UNDP, (2018)
Decentralized Energy Access and the Millennium Development Goals The Government of Nepal(GoN) through the Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC) of the Ministry of Environment (MoEnv) has been giving high priority to the promotion of rural and renewable energy technologies mainly micro-hydro, solar, bio gas a...
UNDP, AEPC/MoE/GoN, (2011)
Renewable Energy In The Federalized Context And The Role Of Alternative Energy Promotion Center. This document has been prepared to clarify the roles and responsibilities of local government in the federal context as they have major role in preparation of policy, plans, monitoring & management of renewable energy related projects. This document ...
GON, AEPC/GEF, UNDP, (2019)
Eco-Friendly Living for a Sustainable Planet (Brochure) The construction materials we use consumes a lots of energy. We also use energy in our homes mainly for lightning, cooking,space heating and transportation. The use of fossil fuels such as petroleum and coal causes air pollution and also contributes ...
UNHABITAT, (2012)
Biogas Technology: A Training Manual for Extension Bio gas has proved to be a viable technology in the physical and sociology-economic conditions of Nepal. The hydro power generating potential of Nepal is calculated as one of the highest in the world but only about 12 percent of the population is con...
FAO, CMS, (1996)
Renewable Energy for Rural Livelihood (RERL) Despite a sharp increase over the past two decades in the number of households with access to electricity, 30 Percent of Nepali households, almost exclusively in remote rural areas, do not have access to electricity. In rural Nepal, about 92 Percent ...
UNDP, GoN, (2014)
CleanStart Detailed Business Plan – Nepal Nepal is currently experiencing an energy crisis of unprecedented severity. It ranks 53 out of 64 countries in the Energy Development Index (EDI) (0.102). Rural electrification stands at approximately 34 percent, but even urban areas face acute p...
CSDBP/UNCDF, (2012)
Trends in Consumption and Production:Household Energy Consumption The household sector accounts for 15 to 25 per cent of primary energy use in developed countries and a higher share in developing countries. A huge gap remains between household energy use in developed and developing countries. Increase in energy-bas...
UN, (1999)
United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All: Report of the Secretary-General One year into the United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All 2014-2024 and with the Sustainable Development Goals, in particular goal 7 on energy, just adopted, 2015 provides a historical opportunity for Member States and other stakeholders ...
UN, (2015)
The United Nations Country Office in Nepal Switches to Solar Power -Press Release The United Nation in Nepal installed the solar energy system in its country office in Kathmandu which was inaugurated on World Environment Day by the Acting Interim UN Resident Coordinator and Country Representative of WFP Ms. Pippa Bradford, Direct...
UN house Kathmandu, (2018)
NEPAL Country Statement Delivered by Honorable Dr. Min Bahadur Shrestha Vice Chairman, National Planning Commission, and the Leader of the Nepalese Delegation THis bulletin includes speech delivered by Honorable Dr. Min Bahadur Shrestha Vice Chairman, National Planning Commission, and the Leader of the Nepalese Delegation to the 73rd Session of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia an...
GON, UNESCAP, (2017)
Project Title: Access to Clean Energy for the Poor through Microfinance (CleanStart) CleanStart (2012-2017,$US 26M) aims to increase poor people's access to sustainable, low-cost clean enery supplies through microfinance. To this end, UNCDF and UNDP will jointly support 18 FSPs in six countries across Asia and Africa to provide end-u...
UNCDF, UNDP, (2013)
Regional Energy Development Programme : Energy Pricing Policies in Nepal This volume presents a country case study of Nepal carried out by ARTEP as the implementing agency of the Regional Energy Development Programme (REDP) Phase II Activity A.l "Energy Pricing Strategy" of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and ...
ILO, (1988)
Capacity Development for Scaling Up Decentralized Energy Access Programmes - Lessons from Nepal on its role, costs, and financing This study examines the role of capacity development in scaling up energy service delivery in rural and remote areas of developing countries. It presents an analysis of field experiences from two successfully scaled-up national programmes in Nepal – ...
UNDP, (2010)
Support for Development of National Biogas Programme (FAO/TCP/NEP/4451-T) - Biogas Technology: - A Training Manual for Extention-1 Biogas has proved to be a viable technology in the physical and socio-economic conditions of Nepal. The hydro power generating potential of Nepal is calculated as one of the highest in the world but only about 12 percent of the population is connecte...
CMS, FAO, (1996)
Solar Home System with Loan Facility - Nepal Animation : Youtube Abstraction: The upfront cost of the renewable energy technology like solar home system is one of the major barriers for the low-income households to install the system. Credit facility makes it easier for such households to install the system and pa...
UNFPA, (2018)