Apr 092013
 

15584KATHMANDU, April 8: At a time when people are anxious about the consistent rise in the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the idea of generating biogas from kitchen waste sounds exciting.

Alternative Energy Promotion Center (AEPC), a government agency tasked with promoting new sources of energy, has claimed that production of electricity from municipal wastes would soon become a reality. Continue reading »

Apr 072013
 

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With the introduction of the Sahari Gharelu Biogas Plan (SGBP), Kathmandu Valley residents will no longer have to tolerate foul smells and the sight of household solid waste strewn on the streets. The SGBP, an upgraded version of biogas technology designed for urban cities, will use compostable waste generated from households to generate bioenergy for cooking and lightening purposes. Continue reading »