Decentralized Energy Generation in Nepal
Chhetri, Robit; Budhathoki, Sagar (2021)
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The paper conveys information and research work regarding decentralized energy generation in Nepal using a renewable source of energy that can contribute toward economic, environmental, and social prosperity in developing countries like Nepal. An advancement with electrical technology and day to day life of human beings has been an inseparable part of the economic, environmental, and social development of a country. Unfortunately, most of the electrical consumer relies on different nonrenewable sources like fossil fuels and coal which can create an adverse impact on the environment. With the increment in use of non-renewable sources can cause different issues like increase in harmful greenhouse gases i.e., carbon dioxide and methane, water pollution, land pollution and other research questions. For the sole purpose of creating sustainable decentralized energy, the given thesis research about different renewable alternatives to those non-renewable energy sources for advanced ecological sustainability.
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