The mission called 'Mission to Nepal--Energy Catalyst--Business Development, that started on Monday will continue till Friday. While experts in the field from both the countries are scheduled to make presentations on the possible areas of collaboration and investment opportunities in the field of renewable energy between Nepal and the UK on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the businesspersons and investors of the two countries are scheduled to hold separate virtual meetings with likely business partners on Thursday and Friday.
RECON Chair Guna Raj Dhakal said the mission has been proposing Nepali businesspersons and investors to work together and prepare ground for mutual benefits. Ample opportunities in innovative ideas may be worked out through the mission's scopes.
Director of Alternative Energy Promotion Center Nawaraj Dhakal, and renewable energy expert Bishwa Bhushan Amatya are scheduled to make their presentations on Nepal's priorities and policies regarding alternative energy promotion on Tuesday. Three different sessions are scheduled on Wednesday where experts from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu University, Practical Action, Winrock International and the UK Embassy in Kathmandu, among others, will make presentations on the theme.