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Waste to Energy Initiative

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Introduction to SREP Extended Biogas Project

The Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in Low Income Countries (SREP) is a targeted program of the Strategic Climate Fund (SCF), which is one of two funds within the framework of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF).

Nepal is one of 6 pilot countries identified for assistance under the Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program in Low Income Countries (SREP) by the SREP sub-committee. As one of three programs under the Strategic Climate Fund, SREP aims to demonstrate the social, economic and environmental viability of low carbon development pathways in the energy sector.

SREP seeks to deliver two primary categories of benefits from the use of its financial support:

  • Increased access to renewable energy.
  • Increased production of renewable energy.

SREP- Extended Biogas Project Objectives

The project objective is to promote market-led approaches to commercially viable large off-grid biogas generation from waste, through better management of waste and public and private partnership. The project aims to promote private sector led generation of energy from waste, and better management of waste through technical assistance and financial support for the development of commercially viable business models. Biogas can be used as a fuel for any heating purpose, such as cooking. It can also be used in a gas engine to convert the energy in the gas into electricity. Biogas can be compressed like natural gas and used to power motor vehicles. This gas is about 20 percent lighter than the air which is odorless and burns with clear blue flame similar to that of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).

SREP- Supported Extended Biogas aims to promote large scale waste to energy systems in Municipalities and commercial entities with following broad objectives:

  • Leverage complementary credit and grant co- financing
  • Bring about transformational impacts through scaling up energy access using renewable energy Technologies (RETs), poverty reduction, gender and social inclusiveness and climate change mitigation,
  • Ensure sustainable operations through technical assistance and capacity building.
Implementation Process Flow of Biogas Sub-projects
Above 100㎥
Up to 100㎥
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Latest news & updates on large biogas

To cost effectively and sustainably manage Nepal’s wastes (including municipal, institutional, agricultural, and forests wastes), the World Bank (WB) is supporting an innovative, private sector-led Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program-Extended Biogas Project.


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A Support To Manage Nepal’s Waste

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To cost effectively and sustainably manage Nepal’s wastes - municipal, institutional, agricultural, and forests included, the World Bank (WB) is supporting an innovative, private sector-led Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program-Extended Biogas Project.

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Large Biogas Plants Number of Large Biogas Plants (> 12.5 m3) supported by SREP.

514

Commercial Applications Number of Commercial Applications.

70

Municipal Applications Number of Municipal Applications

45

Project Under Construction Number of Large Scale Projects under construction.

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Scaling-Up Renewable Energy Program (SREP) - Extended Biogas Project is pleased to provide a comprehensive mechanism for grievance redress through written as well as form of oral grievances which is filed or recorded, in accordance with the procedures and guidelines of AEPC-SREP, Social Management Framework (SMF). The Large scale of the investment, diversity and quantum of the project interventions, peculiar socio-political environment and stakeholder risks require a robust, evolving Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM) within the organizational structure of the project. It is a mechanism which helps to the Project Affected Peoples (PAPs), Vulnerable Group especially women and back warded people and communities who were affected by sub-projects and project related activities being implemented by SREP to raise their concerns and grievances. The GRM will further deter fraud and corruption, mitigation risks and provide project staff with practical guidance on accountability, transparency and responsiveness to beneficiary requests.

Note: Supporting evidence is not necessary but may be helpful in reviewing and resolving the Grievance. The grievance may also include suggestions on how the individuals believe the complaint could be resolved. All grievances will be treated as confidential. The SREP will not be disclosing any personal data that may reveal the identity of grievant without their consent.

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