Kathmandu, Jan. 7: Around 60,000 visitors made their presence in the 'Himalayan Hydro Expo, 2018' that ended on Sunday.
The expo was organized by Independent Power Producers Association Nepal (IPPAN) from Friday in the capital.
The organizer said that the expo concluded as expected. Chair of IPPAN Shailendra Guragain said that they were hopeful of progress in the energy sector in the country due to the concerns expressed by foreign companies for Nepal's hydro sector.
Over 100 stalls of banks and financial companies, insurance companies, consultants, electricity goods producers and others were kept in the expo.
Companies and stakeholders from China, India, Norway, South Korea, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Italy, Sweden, the UK, Brazil and others also took part in the expo. RSS
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