Nepal

Climate targets: Energy

    • Improve 4000 water mills
      Energy
    • Improve 475,000 cooking stoves
      Energy
    • Develop 130,000 household biogas systems
      Energy
    • Develop 200 community biogas plants
      Energy
    • Develop 600,000 solar home system
      Energy
    • 4,000 MW of hydroelectricity by 2020 and 12,000 MW by 2030
      Energy | Target year: 2030
    • Additional 50 MW of electricity from small and micro hydropower plants
      Energy
    • Develop 1,000 institutional biogas plants
      Energy
    • 80% electrification through renewable energy sources having appropriate energy mix by 2050
      Energy | Target year: 2050
    • By 2020, increase the share of renewables in energy mix by 20% and diversifying its energy consumption pattern to more industrial and commercial sectors.
      Energy | Target year: 2020
    • Develop Mini and Micro Hydro Power to reach 15 MW
      Energy
    • Develop 1,500 institutionalsolar power systems (solar PV and solar pumping systems)
      Energy
    • 2,100 MW of solar energy by 2030 with arrangements to distribute it through the grid
      Energy | Target year: 2030
    • Additional 220 MW of electricity from bio-energy by 2030
      Energy | Target year: 2030
    • Increase the share of biogas up to 10% as energy for cooking in rural areas
      Energy
    • Increase the share of biogas up to 10% as energy for cooking in rural areas
      Energy
    • Equip every households in rural areas with smokeless (improved) cooking stoves (ICS) by 2030
      Energy | Target year: 2030
    • Develop a electrical (hydro-powered) rail network by 2040 to support mass transportation of goods and public commuting.
      Energy | Target year: 2040
    • Reduce its dependency on fossil fuels by 50%.
      Energy
    • 700MW hydrocapacity in 2007, then 2035MW in 2017, then 4000 MW by 2027
      Energy | Trajectory target | Target year: 2027 | Base year: Business as usual scenario
      Source:

      Executive | 2005

For further analysis of the NDC, see Nepal country profile on
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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