네팔에 태양광발전소 건설을 위한 이안기술과 네팔의 관계자 협의가 2013.12.27일부터 29일까지 주)이안기술에서 있었습니다. 이는 네팔의 수력발전소 운영 회사 Dudhkoshi Power Company Pvt. Ltd(Prem Lama, Chairman. Ram Bdr.Lama Director), 네팔 에어아시아 항공사와 이안기술이 합의 계약한 30MW 태양광발전소 건설의 세부 계획을 협의하기 위한 것으로 네팔의 언론기관들( Radio Lalitpur(Gagan Bista, Chairman), News Front(Ganesh Basnet) , Press Chautari(Ganesh Panday)도 큰 관심을 가지고 동행 참여하여 취재를 하였습니다. 태양광발전소 건설과 병행하여, SHS시스템의 공동 생산 및 보급(Nema Lama, Manager)을 위한 합의도 함께 있었으며, 향후 수력발전소 건설사업도 함께 추진하기로 약속 했습니다. 3사는 30MW 사업을 완성한 이후에도 태양광발전소의 건설과 수력발전소 건설을 지속적으로 확대하여, 네팔의 에너지 사업에 앞장설 것을 합의하였습니다.
Deal Signed with Korean Company for Big Solar Energy Project
Posted on 7 Sep, 2013
Kathmandu: A private Korean company has signed a deal with a Nepali company to generate 10-42 megawatt solar energy in three districts of Nepal within a year. If the project materializes, it would be the first large scale solar power project in Nepal.
As per the deal between Dhudkoshi Power Company (DPC) and IIAN Tech Company Limited of Korea, the solar power would be generated in Jhapa, Kavre and Khotang districts, initially.
According to Ram Bahadur Lama, president of DPC, as soon as the feasibility study of the project is completed, the actual work will begin. “Feasibility study will take 6 months at the maximum and the work would be started without delay. Even just 10 megawatt of energy is sufficient for two districts. We will try to generate as much energy as possible,” he said.
Lama added that once the feasibility study is over, the company would seek a joint venture with the government, while the Korean investors would only provide the needed amount. “They will get the benefit as per the government law,” Lama said.
The Korean company has already invested in similar projects in 30 other nations, including Bangladesh and Pakistan, before coming to Nepal.
Meanwhile, Dr Govind Pokhrel, president of Alternative Energy Promotion Center, it is very important to attract national and foreign investments for the alternative energy. But more important is the policy of the government.
“In view of the growing power crisis Nepalis are facing, the government cannot overlook the option of alternative energy. Whatever it is doing so far is appreciable, but it has to be done on a very large scale,” he said .
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