Sustainable energy is an important aspect to preserve our environment and there are some projects that work well according to its usage, location and also financial benefit to the users.
KSP along with Nepalese and American engineers, have come up with a viable alternate to the expensive gas cylinders.
A bio-gas plant which takes everyday household rubbish and turns into natural gas by decomposition. It stores approximately 30-40 liters of gas and can be used 2 times per day with regularly filling the cylinder with decomposable materials.
You can choose to become a partner in this project by deciding on the numbers of unit to be provided to a village or someone you know in the city. KSP is committed to providing you all the information you need on the establishment of the center and projects carried out there; you can also visit the center during your visit in Kathmandu.
Cost to Manufacture the plant: Rs 85000 / 775 euros
Extra materials: Rs 40000 / 365 euros
Includes: pipes, pressure meter, stove, transfers and labor costs.
Total cost per unit: Rs 125000 / 1140 euros