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Text Box: ADDCN RE Policy

         ADDCN Role

Association of District Development Committees of Nepal (ADDCN) is a representative institution of 75 DDCs, can play major roles in mobilizing support from GoN, DDCs and from different programme to promote renewable energy technology. It can also help DDCs to establish full partnerships with different agencies working in the RET sectors in the districts. ADDCN has been giving very much important to promote RE in the rural areas and formulated policy statement on rural energy "the promotion of rural energy systems and services through coordination and partnership with different stakeholders by local governments which ensures the creation of institutional mechanisms and human capacities for achieving sustainable livelihoods at the local levelí. Based on this statement, the main task of the NaREE unit is lobby and advocate for sustainable rural energy development, policy feedback, information dissemination and professional support to member DDCs/stakeholders in terms of capacity building in energy planning and implementation. ADDCN has been established a forum of DDCs Chairperson called, District Energy Network (DNET) to promote decentralised rural energy at local level. At the same time, ADDCN has been representing in different national level committees/forums as an active member and stakeholder to promote RE; e.g. REP, RERL, WECS, Central Natural Resource Revenue Sharing Committee (MLD) and other forums to promote RE and Environment, therefore the role of ADDCN is very important to promote energy and environment. Realizing this, ADDCN has established Natural Resource, Energy and Environment Unit within the institutional framework of ADDCN to support member DDCs in the matter of Natural Resource, Energy and Environment. 


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