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Mr. Gyanendra Pradhan Lal

Executive Member, Chief Patron

Agni Incorporated Pvt. Ltd.

Agni Incorporated Pvt. Ltd.

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman
Hydro-Solutions , Inc.

Executive Chairman
Hydro Solutions Ltd

Affiliations

Advisor
IPPAN

Chairman of Energy Committee
Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce & Industry

Executive Member
The Nepal India Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Web References (65 Total References)


Executive Committee | About Us | NICCI

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Gyanendra Lal Pradhan Executive Member

Chief Patron


Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan. - Entrepreneurs for Nepal (E4N)

e4nepal.com [cached]

Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan.

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Speaker: Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan, Patron/ Chief Strategist, Hydro Solutions
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The guest for the episode, Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan (Patron/Chief Strategist, Hydro Sosuluotions) is an electrical engineer and a business entrepreneur and widely known for his contribution on areas like of hydroelectricity and clean water. Mr. Pradhan is patron/ chief strategist of Hydro Ssolutions which has aboutis currently working on about 15 hydro projects in hand capable of producing more than 360 Mega Watts (MW) of electricity. Mr. Pradhan thinks he is usually an unwanted guest of the government because he is constantly pushing the government to much to act. Mr. Pradhan believes Nepal is great, which is full of life unlike its neighbors who don't have as favorable environment for life. Nepal It has 20000 liters of per capita water and enough potentiality of generating enough electricity to meet the demand of whole India and Bangladesh being the 7th riches country in hydroelectricity in the world. Based on the contrast between Nepal and its neighbors, he takes Nepal a cheese between two breads. Besides, unlike other countries, Nepal has both the potentiality potential toof generateing electricity and water and the market to sell for them as well, not only one of the features. On the purpose of his business ventures, he has been to China more than 150 times since 1978 and is amazed by the growth of China after Deng Xiaoping became the leader of China. He thinks every country needs visionary leader as Deng Xiaoping who is committed to the development of the country rather than their political interest or ideological dogma. According to Mr. Pradhan, entrepreneurship doesn't benefit an individual alone but the whole society and the country by creating employment opportunities and generating wealth. He started his entrepreneurship venture 18 years ago with 5 employees and believes to have moved in right direction to accommodating more than 100 employees currently. He is hopeful that with years his venture will be able to accommodate much more employees.
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Mr. Pradhan grew up in Bandipur where he went to the local government school using slates as copies. He related his own experience to let the younger generation realize that they are much privileged as compared to his generation. He first saw his copy at class 4 and his first car at class 6. A person from his village who returned from Switzerland talking about ropeways and electricity instilled on him the interest towards electricity which later developed into passion as he began using his pocket money to buy lights and torches. Mr. Pradhan then emphasized on the importance of hydroelectricity in Nepal. Hydropower is the cheapest form of energy and the most convenient as well. Electricity is more than 70 percent efficient which is very high as compared to other forms of energy. Nepal saw the dawn of electricity with the 500KW Pharping Hydroelectricity Project in 1911 AD. But lights were consumed by the the then rulers only and there wasn't any for the general public. People used to call the lights the "Chandra batti" and Mr Pradhan calls the current electricity "Prachanda batti" owing to the unchanged condition of the Nepali general public. But water is to Nepal as oil is to the Arabian countries. He suggests everyone to learn from Norway who is the fifth largest producer of oil uses electricity for its domestic use and exports all oil. Norway stated electricity projects when it was too poor by calling on foreign investment and safeguarding the investments. The abundant production of cheap electricity caused foreign aluminum companies to come to Norway and soon Norway was a large producer of aluminum as well and then due to the arising demands many foreign companies came to Norway to create a huge shipping industry which was followed by Petroleum seekers. Similarly Nepal can be as prosperous as Norway if it utilizes its water resources properly. Nepal not only has the potentiality to generate electricity, but it has also has been fulfilling more than 70 % of India's fresh water demand. Mr. Pradhan outlines the primary characteristics of successful entrepreneurs as follows:
...
Mr. Pradhan earned his first salary of Rs. 374 as engineer in 2035 and worked as engineer with a state-owned transformer producing company. As an employee he was sad to see his colleagues harassing and delaying the jobs of general public in order to extract bribes. He later started his own cable company in 1992 with a capital of 0.5 million which he has developed into the second largest cable company of the country. is ventures have been awarded with the "Blue Planet Awards "(2005) and other various awards. Mr. Pradhan started Hydro Solutions in 2007 which has projects producing more than 3000 Megawatts MW in hand in present. He shares a deep bond with his employees to whom he sometimes cooks various dishes. Like every entrepreneur, Mr. Pradhan has a very busy schedule which consists of meetings, report reviews, political advocacy for the development of hydropower and promotion of his companies. Nonetheless, he sets aside a day each for social involvements and his family every week. Concluding his speech, Mr. Pradhan said more than 50 thousand crore rupees is currently being invested in hydropower now. It is the most significant time in the history of hydroelectricity in Nepal. The fate of the current investments will determine the future of hydroelectricity in Nepal. He warned that if the current investments returned or failed due to the reasons as before, it would be better to forget about hydroelectricity in Nepal forever.
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3 thoughts on "Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan." kimonsays:
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this article is very inspiring.... also i watched a interview of Mr. Pradhan on NTV relating to Hydro power .....that too was motivating....


hydro power Archives - Entrepreneurs for Nepal (E4N)

e4nepal.com [cached]

Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan.

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Speaker: Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan, Patron/ Chief Strategist, Hydro Solutions
...
The guest for the episode, Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan (Patron/Chief Strategist, Hydro Sosuluotions) is an electrical engineer and a business entrepreneur and widely known for his contribution on areas like of hydroelectricity and clean water. Mr. Pradhan is patron/ chief strategist of Hydro Ssolutions which has aboutis currently working on about 15 hydro projects in hand capable of producing more than 360 Mega Watts (MW) of electricity. Mr. Pradhan thinks he is usually an unwanted guest of the government because he is constantly pushing the government to much to act. Mr. Pradhan believes Nepal is great, which is full of life unlike its neighbors who don't have as favorable environment for life. Nepal It has 20000 liters of per capita water and enough potentiality of generating enough electricity to meet the demand of whole India and Bangladesh being the 7th riches country in hydroelectricity in the world. Based on the contrast between Nepal and its neighbors, he takes Nepal a cheese between two breads. Besides, unlike other countries, Nepal has both the potentiality potential toof generateing electricity and water and the market to sell for them as well, not only one of the features. On the purpose of his business ventures, he has been to China more than 150 times since 1978 and is amazed by the growth of China after Deng Xiaoping became the leader of China. He thinks every country needs visionary leader as Deng Xiaoping who is committed to the development of the country rather than their political interest or ideological dogma. According to Mr. Pradhan, entrepreneurship doesn't benefit an individual alone but the whole society and the country by creating employment opportunities and generating wealth. He started his entrepreneurship venture 18 years ago with 5 employees and believes to have moved in right direction to accommodating more than 100 employees currently. He is hopeful that with years his venture will be able to accommodate much more employees.
...
Mr. Pradhan grew up in Bandipur where he went to the local government school using slates as copies. He related his own experience to let the younger generation realize that they are much privileged as compared to his generation. He first saw his copy at class 4 and his first car at class 6. A person from his village who returned from Switzerland talking about ropeways and electricity instilled on him the interest towards electricity which later developed into passion as he began using his pocket money to buy lights and torches. Mr. Pradhan then emphasized on the importance of hydroelectricity in Nepal. Hydropower is the cheapest form of energy and the most convenient as well. Electricity is more than 70 percent efficient which is very high as compared to other forms of energy. Nepal saw the dawn of electricity with the 500KW Pharping Hydroelectricity Project in 1911 AD. But lights were consumed by the the then rulers only and there wasn't any for the general public. People used to call the lights the "Chandra batti" and Mr Pradhan calls the current electricity "Prachanda batti" owing to the unchanged condition of the Nepali general public. But water is to Nepal as oil is to the Arabian countries. He suggests everyone to learn from Norway who is the fifth largest producer of oil uses electricity for its domestic use and exports all oil. Norway stated electricity projects when it was too poor by calling on foreign investment and safeguarding the investments. The abundant production of cheap electricity caused foreign aluminum companies to come to Norway and soon Norway was a large producer of aluminum as well and then due to the arising demands many foreign companies came to Norway to create a huge shipping industry which was followed by Petroleum seekers. Similarly Nepal can be as prosperous as Norway if it utilizes its water resources properly. Nepal not only has the potentiality to generate electricity, but it has also has been fulfilling more than 70 % of India's fresh water demand. Mr. Pradhan outlines the primary characteristics of successful entrepreneurs as follows:
...
Mr. Pradhan earned his first salary of Rs. 374 as engineer in 2035 and worked as engineer with a state-owned transformer producing company. As an employee he was sad to see his colleagues harassing and delaying the jobs of general public in order to extract bribes. He later started his own cable company in 1992 with a capital of 0.5 million which he has developed into the second largest cable company of the country. is ventures have been awarded with the "Blue Planet Awards "(2005) and other various awards. Mr. Pradhan started Hydro Solutions in 2007 which has projects producing more than 3000 Megawatts MW in hand in present. He shares a deep bond with his employees to whom he sometimes cooks various dishes. Like every entrepreneur, Mr. Pradhan has a very busy schedule which consists of meetings, report reviews, political advocacy for the development of hydropower and promotion of his companies. Nonetheless, he sets aside a day each for social involvements and his family every week. Concluding his speech, Mr. Pradhan said more than 50 thousand crore rupees is currently being invested in hydropower now. It is the most significant time in the history of hydroelectricity in Nepal. The fate of the current investments will determine the future of hydroelectricity in Nepal. He warned that if the current investments returned or failed due to the reasons as before, it would be better to forget about hydroelectricity in Nepal forever.
...
Categories e4nTags electricity, entrepreneur, gyanendra lal pradhan, hydro power3 Comments on Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan.
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Entrepreneurs for Nepal (E4N) - Page 39 of 41 - Platform for thousands of entrepreneurial Nepali who want to implement their ideas in Nepal.

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Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan.

...
Speaker: Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan, Patron/ Chief Strategist, Hydro Solutions
...
The guest for the episode, Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan (Patron/Chief Strategist, Hydro Sosuluotions) is an electrical engineer and a business entrepreneur and widely known for his contribution on areas like of hydroelectricity and clean water. Mr. Pradhan is patron/ chief strategist of Hydro Ssolutions which has aboutis currently working on about 15 hydro projects in hand capable of producing more than 360 Mega Watts (MW) of electricity. Mr. Pradhan thinks he is usually an unwanted guest of the government because he is constantly pushing the government to much to act. Mr. Pradhan believes Nepal is great, which is full of life unlike its neighbors who don't have as favorable environment for life. Nepal It has 20000 liters of per capita water and enough potentiality of generating enough electricity to meet the demand of whole India and Bangladesh being the 7th riches country in hydroelectricity in the world. Based on the contrast between Nepal and its neighbors, he takes Nepal a cheese between two breads. Besides, unlike other countries, Nepal has both the potentiality potential toof generateing electricity and water and the market to sell for them as well, not only one of the features. On the purpose of his business ventures, he has been to China more than 150 times since 1978 and is amazed by the growth of China after Deng Xiaoping became the leader of China. He thinks every country needs visionary leader as Deng Xiaoping who is committed to the development of the country rather than their political interest or ideological dogma. According to Mr. Pradhan, entrepreneurship doesn't benefit an individual alone but the whole society and the country by creating employment opportunities and generating wealth. He started his entrepreneurship venture 18 years ago with 5 employees and believes to have moved in right direction to accommodating more than 100 employees currently. He is hopeful that with years his venture will be able to accommodate much more employees.
...
Mr. Pradhan grew up in Bandipur where he went to the local government school using slates as copies. He related his own experience to let the younger generation realize that they are much privileged as compared to his generation. He first saw his copy at class 4 and his first car at class 6. A person from his village who returned from Switzerland talking about ropeways and electricity instilled on him the interest towards electricity which later developed into passion as he began using his pocket money to buy lights and torches. Mr. Pradhan then emphasized on the importance of hydroelectricity in Nepal. Hydropower is the cheapest form of energy and the most convenient as well. Electricity is more than 70 percent efficient which is very high as compared to other forms of energy. Nepal saw the dawn of electricity with the 500KW Pharping Hydroelectricity Project in 1911 AD. But lights were consumed by the the then rulers only and there wasn't any for the general public. People used to call the lights the "Chandra batti" and Mr Pradhan calls the current electricity "Prachanda batti" owing to the unchanged condition of the Nepali general public. But water is to Nepal as oil is to the Arabian countries. He suggests everyone to learn from Norway who is the fifth largest producer of oil uses electricity for its domestic use and exports all oil. Norway stated electricity projects when it was too poor by calling on foreign investment and safeguarding the investments. The abundant production of cheap electricity caused foreign aluminum companies to come to Norway and soon Norway was a large producer of aluminum as well and then due to the arising demands many foreign companies came to Norway to create a huge shipping industry which was followed by Petroleum seekers. Similarly Nepal can be as prosperous as Norway if it utilizes its water resources properly. Nepal not only has the potentiality to generate electricity, but it has also has been fulfilling more than 70 % of India's fresh water demand. Mr. Pradhan outlines the primary characteristics of successful entrepreneurs as follows:
...
Mr. Pradhan earned his first salary of Rs. 374 as engineer in 2035 and worked as engineer with a state-owned transformer producing company. As an employee he was sad to see his colleagues harassing and delaying the jobs of general public in order to extract bribes. He later started his own cable company in 1992 with a capital of 0.5 million which he has developed into the second largest cable company of the country. is ventures have been awarded with the "Blue Planet Awards "(2005) and other various awards. Mr. Pradhan started Hydro Solutions in 2007 which has projects producing more than 3000 Megawatts MW in hand in present. He shares a deep bond with his employees to whom he sometimes cooks various dishes. Like every entrepreneur, Mr. Pradhan has a very busy schedule which consists of meetings, report reviews, political advocacy for the development of hydropower and promotion of his companies. Nonetheless, he sets aside a day each for social involvements and his family every week. Concluding his speech, Mr. Pradhan said more than 50 thousand crore rupees is currently being invested in hydropower now. It is the most significant time in the history of hydroelectricity in Nepal. The fate of the current investments will determine the future of hydroelectricity in Nepal. He warned that if the current investments returned or failed due to the reasons as before, it would be better to forget about hydroelectricity in Nepal forever.
...
Categories e4nTags electricity, entrepreneur, gyanendra lal pradhan, hydro power3 Comments on Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan.


electricity Archives - Entrepreneurs for Nepal (E4N)

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Last Thursdays with Hydro Power developer Gyanendra Lal Pradhan.

...
Speaker: Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan, Patron/ Chief Strategist, Hydro Solutions
...
The guest for the episode, Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan (Patron/Chief Strategist, Hydro Sosuluotions) is an electrical engineer and a business entrepreneur and widely known for his contribution on areas like of hydroelectricity and clean water. Mr. Pradhan is patron/ chief strategist of Hydro Ssolutions which has aboutis currently working on about 15 hydro projects in hand capable of producing more than 360 Mega Watts (MW) of electricity. Mr. Pradhan thinks he is usually an unwanted guest of the government because he is constantly pushing the government to much to act. Mr. Pradhan believes Nepal is great, which is full of life unlike its neighbors who don't have as favorable environment for life. Nepal It has 20000 liters of per capita water and enough potentiality of generating enough electricity to meet the demand of whole India and Bangladesh being the 7th riches country in hydroelectricity in the world. Based on the contrast between Nepal and its neighbors, he takes Nepal a cheese between two breads. Besides, unlike other countries, Nepal has both the potentiality potential toof generateing electricity and water and the market to sell for them as well, not only one of the features. On the purpose of his business ventures, he has been to China more than 150 times since 1978 and is amazed by the growth of China after Deng Xiaoping became the leader of China. He thinks every country needs visionary leader as Deng Xiaoping who is committed to the development of the country rather than their political interest or ideological dogma. According to Mr. Pradhan, entrepreneurship doesn't benefit an individual alone but the whole society and the country by creating employment opportunities and generating wealth. He started his entrepreneurship venture 18 years ago with 5 employees and believes to have moved in right direction to accommodating more than 100 employees currently. He is hopeful that with years his venture will be able to accommodate much more employees.
...
Mr. Pradhan grew up in Bandipur where he went to the local government school using slates as copies. He related his own experience to let the younger generation realize that they are much privileged as compared to his generation. He first saw his copy at class 4 and his first car at class 6. A person from his village who returned from Switzerland talking about ropeways and electricity instilled on him the interest towards electricity which later developed into passion as he began using his pocket money to buy lights and torches. Mr. Pradhan then emphasized on the importance of hydroelectricity in Nepal. Hydropower is the cheapest form of energy and the most convenient as well. Electricity is more than 70 percent efficient which is very high as compared to other forms of energy. Nepal saw the dawn of electricity with the 500KW Pharping Hydroelectricity Project in 1911 AD. But lights were consumed by the the then rulers only and there wasn't any for the general public. People used to call the lights the "Chandra batti" and Mr Pradhan calls the current electricity "Prachanda batti" owing to the unchanged condition of the Nepali general public. But water is to Nepal as oil is to the Arabian countries. He suggests everyone to learn from Norway who is the fifth largest producer of oil uses electricity for its domestic use and exports all oil. Norway stated electricity projects when it was too poor by calling on foreign investment and safeguarding the investments. The abundant production of cheap electricity caused foreign aluminum companies to come to Norway and soon Norway was a large producer of aluminum as well and then due to the arising demands many foreign companies came to Norway to create a huge shipping industry which was followed by Petroleum seekers. Similarly Nepal can be as prosperous as Norway if it utilizes its water resources properly. Nepal not only has the potentiality to generate electricity, but it has also has been fulfilling more than 70 % of India's fresh water demand. Mr. Pradhan outlines the primary characteristics of successful entrepreneurs as follows:
...
Mr. Pradhan earned his first salary of Rs. 374 as engineer in 2035 and worked as engineer with a state-owned transformer producing company. As an employee he was sad to see his colleagues harassing and delaying the jobs of general public in order to extract bribes. He later started his own cable company in 1992 with a capital of 0.5 million which he has developed into the second largest cable company of the country. is ventures have been awarded with the "Blue Planet Awards "(2005) and other various awards. Mr. Pradhan started Hydro Solutions in 2007 which has projects producing more than 3000 Megawatts MW in hand in present. He shares a deep bond with his employees to whom he sometimes cooks various dishes. Like every entrepreneur, Mr. Pradhan has a very busy schedule which consists of meetings, report reviews, political advocacy for the development of hydropower and promotion of his companies. Nonetheless, he sets aside a day each for social involvements and his family every week. Concluding his speech, Mr. Pradhan said more than 50 thousand crore rupees is currently being invested in hydropower now. It is the most significant time in the history of hydroelectricity in Nepal. The fate of the current investments will determine the future of hydroelectricity in Nepal. He warned that if the current investments returned or failed due to the reasons as before, it would be better to forget about hydroelectricity in Nepal forever.
...
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