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A Review of Domestic Socio-economic Barriers on Hydroelectricity Trading in Nepal

Authors: Laxman Thapa, Ram Chandra Bhandari

DOI: 10.37082/IJIRMPS.2022.v10i01.001Short DOI: gn65jb

Country: Nepal View / Download Full Text PDF File


Abstract: Nepal is a Himalayan country that has surplus potential in hydropower generation. It lies among the largely populated countries such as India, China, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Nepal can be a country to fulfill its demand. However, for a few decades, Nepal has been suffering from domestic power shortages. This review study holds attention to intrinsic developmental barriers that stem from the domestic power supply, internal governance systems, and indigenous societal sensitivity. The barrier behind the unavailability of Nepal to export electric power is its insufficient production which is dragged by: energy treading policies, technical, environmental, economical, and financial factors, political and regulatory barriers, social and cultural barriers.

Keywords: Renewable Energy, Hydroelectricity, Hydropower, Nepal


Paper Id: 1339

Published On: 2022-01-12

Published In: Volume 10, Issue 1, January-February 2022

Cite This: A Review of Domestic Socio-economic Barriers on Hydroelectricity Trading in Nepal - Laxman Thapa, Ram Chandra Bhandari - IJIRMPS Volume 10, Issue 1, January-February 2022. DOI 10.37082/IJIRMPS.2022.v10i01.001

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