The "LINKS" site provides the SEPV project's key stakeholders' short details, as well as the links and details of some of the more important and project related organizations working in the field of solar PV.

SUPSI (University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland)

SUPSI produces, develops and disseminates knowledge and expertise as propellant forces fundamental to supporting the economic, social, technological and artistic progress of the region, and to contributing to the cultural and ethical growth of both society as a whole and its individual members.

NEA (Nepal Electricity Authority)

Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) was created on August 16, 1985 (Bhadra 1, 2042) under the Nepal Electricity Authority Act. 1984, through the merger of the Department of Electricity of Ministry of Water Resources, Nepal Electricity Corporation and related Development Boards. To remedy the inherent weakness associated with these fragmented electricity organizations with overlapping and duplication of works, merger of this individual organisation became necessary to achieve efficiency and reliable service.

NEA’s Objectives are:
The primary objective of NEA is to generate, transmit and distribute adequate, reliable and affordable power by planning, constructing, operating and maintaining all generation, transmission and distribution facilities in Nepal's power system both interconnected and isolated.

NEA’s Responsibilities are:
In addition to achieving above primary objective, NEA's major responsibilities are: a. to recommend to Government of Nepal, long and short- term plans and policies in the power sector. b. to recommend, determine and realize tariff structure for electricity consumption with prior approval of Government of Nepal. c. to arrange for training and study so as to produce skilled manpower in generation, transmission, distribution and other sectors.

RIDS-Nepal (Rural Integrated Development Services - Nepal)

Rural Integrated Development Service-Nepal (RIDS-Nepal) is a Social Non Government Organisation (NGO). It was registered in the calendar year 2005 (2062) with the Government in Lalitpur, in the Lalitpur District Office and the Social Welfare Council of Nepal. RIDS-Nepal is a NON-PROFIT body and the majority of its long-term Holistic Community Development (HCD) projects and field based research projects are financed by the donations from individuals, charities, communities and INGOs.

RIDS-Nepal’s vision is to improve the living conditions and livelihood of people through long-term holistic community development projects - planned, designed and implemented jointly within their context in partnership with individuals and communities. RIDS-Nepal’s mission is to improve peoples' overall quality and standard of life, through holistic, long-term, integrated rural community development programs. Special focus is given on the poor, marginalised and disadvantaged people and community groups in remote, difficult to reach mountain communities.

CES/TU (Centre for Energy Studies / Tribhuvan University)

Center for Energy Studies (CES) was established on January 21, 1999 (7 Magh 2055) under the umbrella of Institute of Engineering (IOE), Tribhuvan University (TU). CES directly links to the trained, highly qualified manpower in various faculties of engineering and energy fields. Besides this, it helps integrate the national level eminent energy experts in one place to work together. On the other hand, there are many foreign eminent renewable energy experts, who are impressed from the active visions of CES. They are also eager to support CES with their contributions. CES can play the role of a bridge between the national and international organizations involved in energy sector.

AEPC (Alternative Energy Promotion Centre)

Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC) is a Government institution established on November 3, 1996 under the then Ministry of Science and Technology with the objective of developing and promoting renewable/alternative energy technologies in Nepal. Currently, it is under Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology. It functions independently, and has a eleven member board with representatives from government sector, industry sector and non-governmental organizations.

AEPC’s vision is to be "an institution recognized as a regional/international example of promoting large-scale use of renewable energy sustainable and a national focal point for resource mobilization". The focus is to make AEPC recognized as an active institution promoting Renewable Energy Technology (RET) in the region.

The mission of AEPC is to make renewable energy mainstream resource through increased access, knowledge and adaptability contributing for the improved living conditions of people in Nepal

Gham Power

Gham Power is a Nepali commercial company in the solar PV business, established in 2010. Gham Power provides complete solar project development for businesses and remote sites – from initial feasibility study and design to arranging finance, installation, and ongoing support in Nepal.