CEN in support from WWF Nepal, gathered experts and practitioners from varoius civil and government organizations in Sap Falcha on Jan 17, 2016 to discuss on the issues that Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) document should carry. In the program Naresh Sharma the chief of Climate Finance Section, MoPE, Ugan Manadhar (WWF Nepal), Manjeet Dhakal (Climate Analytics and CEN Board Secretary) and Kamal Raj Gosa, ED of CEN put forward their opinion. Numerous suggestions were gathered which will be compiled and submitted to MoPE soon.
The workshop on “Renewable Energy In Urban Context Challenges And Opportunities” was conducted on November 22, 2015 at Hotel Himalaya, Lalitpur. The workshop was organized by UN-Habitat, Clean Energy Nepal, FNCII and Institute of Engineering with the support of European Union under the project Green Homes: Promoting Sustainable Housing
Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) and Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN) together with Pokhara Sub metropolitan City (PSMC) organized Pokhara Sustainable Urban Transport Conference on 25th September 2015 in Pokhara. The conference was organized to bring stakeholders together to initiate policy dialogues, enhance partnership among stakeholders, and share initiatives and best practices on sustainable urban transportation to support Pokhara Valley for better transport plans.
Electric Vehicle and Cycle Rally was organized on 29th September 2015 from NAC, Newroad to Baneshwar to promote cycling and electric-based transport system for addressing existing petroluem crisis and urban transport problems.
The "Training on Solar Installation & Energy Efficiency at Household Level" was organized from 26th- 28th August, 2015 at Yak Palace, Lalitpur, for 26 trainees to impart technical skill for installation and maintenance of solar home system and impart knowledge on energy efficiency at household level.
Sustainable and Safer Building Technologies Exhibition began at the Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk, from Thursday. The three-day exhibition is being organized to promote construction of safe and reliable buildings in both urban and rural areas. The expo is organized jointly by Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC), Institute of Engineering (IoE) under Tribhuvan University, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), and UN Habitat Nepal.
‘The Human Scale’ documentary was screened and open discussion session was organized on rebuilding our city livable, resilient and sustainable, as a part of Clean Energy Nepal continuous effort to make cities sustainable and livable. Around 70 participants from government, non-government, institutions, urban planners, students and media gathered on 17th July 2015.
As a part of Earthquake Response and Recovery Action, Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) with its supporting partner Christian Aid organized two days Transitional shelter training from 12th to 13th June for 78 local people including masons of Thulopakhar V.D.C of Sindhupalchowk district with the aim of promoting and ensuring safe, healthy and earthquake resistant shelters,.
Visited Metropolitan Traffic Police Division and thanked DIGP Jaya Bahadur Chand for the directive to its traffic personnel to use public transport every Friday for commuting to office.
To promote nationally appropriate automotive fuel economy policies in Nepal, the Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) and Clean Air Network Nepal (CANN) with support from The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) organized a stakeholder meeting on Automotive Fuel Economy Initiative in Kathmandu on 6th March 2015.