Climate & Environment

Despite action plans and ambitious targets, Nepal lags behind in e-mobility transition

As countries around the world make a pitch to go electric in order to curb carbon emissions released in the atmosphere, Nepal too, at least in principle, has decided to join the call. But when it comes to implementation, the campaigners, environmentalists and even officials and policymakers say in unison: there are challenges galore. Despite action plans and ambitious targets, Nepal lags behind in e-mobility transition
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Prahlad Rijal
Published at : May 11, 2019
Updated at : May 12, 2019 14:59
Kathmandu

Prahlad Rijal

Prahlad Rijal is a business reporter at The Kathmandu Post, focusing on the energy sector. Before joining the Post, Rijal was an online reporter at The Himalayan Times.


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