Building Back Greener in Nepal

COVID has highlighted the need for a resilient, low-carbon and sustainable future. There are many businesses and organisations in Nepal who are innovating to deliver low-carbon solutions for some of the country’s most pressing challenges. The Nepali government has a ‘Green Recovery Plan’ which is supported internationally and is helping to grow the economy in tandem with reducing the impact of carbon emissions.


Our webinar by the UK Department for International Trade’s (DIT) Nepal office is in collaboration with the Office of Investment Board of Nepal and will showcase the emerging business opportunities in Nepal’s resilient infrastructure and renewable energy sectors.


Our webinar aims to bring together important stakeholders to take advantage of the many opportunities in Nepal and provide solutions to global challenges.

We look forward to meeting you at the Building Back Greener in Nepal webinar.

Speaker details:

Keynote Speaker:

Sushil Bhatta, CEO of Office of Investment Board of Nepal 


  • Chhabi Pokhrel – CEO of Hydroelectricity Investment and Development Company Ltd
  • Sanjiv Gautam – Former DG of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal 
  • Anirban Dastidar Ghosh, CEO. Standard Chartered Bank Nepal 
  • Barsha Shrestha, Business Head, ICRA Nepal Ltd
  • Resha Piya, Renewable Energy Advisor, British Embassy Kathmandu
  • Rabi Rayamajhi, Country Head, CDC Group


Event details:

Date: Wednesday, 03 March, 2021

Time:1015-1145 hrs GMT

           1600-1730 hrs NST


If you would like to discuss your plans, contact us at https://www.great.gov.uk/international/invest/contact/









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The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to our economy. We are a specialised government body with responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business, as well as delivering an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.