Bank Training on Mini-Hydropower Financing
The two-day workshop is a joint activity between Asian Development Bank and the Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC). It. consists of five sessions that will discuss technical and financial aspects of mini-hydropower projects. On the first day will be a presentation of enabling government policies and programs for developing off-grid renewable energy systems, including subsidies extended by the government. Sessions will discuss components of mini-hydropower facilities, resource assessment, and financial modelling to correlate technical design with costs and projected returns. A case study and financial model learning tool, based on an existing mini-hydropower plant, will be developed to facilitate learning and echoing to peers.
On the second day will be a discussion on associated risks and the existing instruments and strategies to mitigate these risks. The concluding session will facilitate interaction among banks and five SASEC mini-hydropower project developers who are raising funds. Throughout the workshop, successful mini-hydropower projects will be featured to highlight best practices, innovative business models, as well as challenges in developing and operating off-grid facilities.
|Bank Training Proceedings/Notes||Reports|
|Company Act Nepal||Reference|
|Financial Appraisal of Mini-hydropower Projects||Presentation|
|Financial Model Simrutu Khola||Reference|
|Glimpse of AEPC/SASEC Project||Presentation|
|Khumbu Bijuli Experience Sharing||Presentation|
|MHP Financing Options and Opportunities||Presentation|
|Nepal Energy Situation, Policies and Programs for MHP Development||Presentation|
|Salleri Chialsa Electricity Company||Presentation|
|SASEC Project (Nepali)||Presentation|
|Technical Aspects of Mini-Hydropower Development||Presentation|
January 18, 2018 5:00PM, Thursday
Nagarkot 44812 Nepal