BSP-Nepal believes in

Promotion and awareness, quality control and assurance, training and capacity building, and support to AEPC for carbon benefits, policy analysis, developing innovative modality of financing and related activities.


Biogas Sector Partnership–Nepal-(BSP-Nepal) is a professional non-governmental organization involved in developing and promoting appropriate rural and renewable energy technologies, particularly, biogas, effective in improving livelihood of the rural people.

Mission of BSP-Nepal.

To become a leading capacity builder and implementer (as a gap filler) in promotion of sustainable solutions in partnership for enhanced livelihood and (improved) environment.

To Develop and disseminate biogas as the primary source of energy in the rural areas of Nepal.

Construction of various sizes household, institutional, community and commercial plants.

We are seeking funding support from potential donors to implement following project/Activity.

Recent Activities that makes An Impact
With Your Support.

BSP Nepal has successfully conducted three Biogas Mason training, two Supervisor Training and two operation maintenance training of household biogas system in various part of Nepal.

First Training

Entrepreneurship Development Training

Budhirapti Upavokta Samiti Office, Kumroj, Chitwan

Second Training

Entrepreneurship Development Training

Dhurbatara Home Stay, Simreni, Chitwan

Third Training

Entrepreneurship Development Training

Lamahi Municipality Ward No. 4, Arnawa Deukhuri, Dang

Fourth Training

Entrepreneurship Development Training

Kohalpur Municipality Ward No. 2, Banke

Slurry Management Training

Kohalpur, Banke District and Atariya, Kailali District / Hetauda, Makawanpur District / Madi, Chitwan District / Lamahi, Dang District


On the auspicious occasion of Silver Jubilee of Alternative Emgergy Promotion Center (AEPC), AEPC has presented “token of appreciation” award to BSP Nepal and its Board Members.

Dated on 5 Feb to 6 Feb 2021

Number of participants in Kohalpur – 21

Dated on 7 March 2021 to 8 March 2021

Number of participants in Atariya -23.

Dated on Sept 2 and 3, 2021

Number of participants in Hetauda, Makawanpur – 18