Power and People: The Benefits of Renewable Energy in Nepal

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This report is an output of the technical assistance activity carried out over 2008-2010 to Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC), which is the nodal renewable energy agency of Nepal. This study has been designed to establish a monitoring system for AEPC to continually measure the results of the renewable energy programs against the targets and to organize an evaluation system that measures the impact of micro-hydro installations on rural livelihoods. Given AEPCOCOs highly visible role, the need to develop a system ...

Power and People: The Benefits of Renewable Energy in Nepal 2011, World Bank Publications, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780821387795

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