Potentiality or Prospects of Water Resources in Nepal Potentiality or Prospects of Water Resources in Nepal

Potentiality or Prospects of Water Resources in Nepal

Potentiality or Prospects of Water Resources in Nepal

Potentiality or Prospects of Water Resources in Nepal


1. Huge source of Water resources: There are almost 6000 rivers in Nepal. Most of these rivers are connected with mountain regions that do not dry up throughout the year. A huge source of water resources has therefore created good hope and an appropriate prospect for hydroelectricity generation.

2. Automatic formation of Current: Most of the slope of the river downwards from north to south resulting in good flowing speed in these rivers. Thus, a good flow of water develops a current in the river. Thus, the natural and automatic formation of current also creates a prospect for hydroelectricity generation in Nepal.

3. Availability of Fund: The different donors and friendly foreign countries of Nepal are ready to help the government for generating hydroelectricity. The huge capital is likely to be made available by these donors in very soft conditions which has also created good potential for hydroelectricity generation in Nepal.

4. Availability of Skilled Manpower: The world-class hydroelectric scientists and other technicians all over the world are ready to install hydroelectric stations in Nepal. Due to globalization, skilled workers are easily available in Nepal.

5. Availability of Technology: The donors and developed countries are ready to make available advanced technology in Nepal. Thus, technological advancement has also created good hope for hydroelectricity generation in Nepal.

6. Privilege of Market: The government of Nepal can easily sell surplus hydroelectricity to neighboring countries i.e. India and China. Easy availability of the market is also a part of the prospect for hydroelectricity generation in Nepal.

7. Government Policy: Government has also formulated a policy to utilize available water resource for hydroelectricity generation in the country. Thus, government policy is also supportive of electricity generation in Nepal.

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