India Offers Help To Overcome Power Crisis


Oct. 18, 2012, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol.: 06 No.-09 Oct. 19 -2012 (Kartik 03, 2069)<br>

India has offered Nepal help in mitigating its power crisis, saying the two nations could work together in the field of non-conventional sources of energy to overcome the electricity shortage.

"India is ready to extend help to Nepal to mitigate its energy crisis," Indian Ambassador Jayant Prasad said at a symposium on Alternate Energy, organised by the Indian Embassy. The two neighbouring countries can work together in partnership in non-conventional sources of energy as well to get rid of the current power shortage, he said.

On the occasion, a representative from Kirloskar Brother Ltd, India, made a presentation on how a country like Nepal, which is blessed with thousands of rivers and rivulets can benefit by using Pump as Turbine (PAT) system in a small scale.

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