Nepal is considered as the second largest country in the world in terms of water resources. With a capacity to produce hydroelectricity estimated at 83,000MW and increase in the demand for energy an all-time high, both the government and the investors are increasingly interested in the utilization of natural resources to produce energy. In addition to hydroelectricity, Nepal has good potential to produce wind energy, solar energy and bio-mass. With the increase focus of the government of Nepal in energy investment and sustainable infrastructure development, it is eminent for all the investors and consumers to know the laws and regulations related to energy, infrastructure and environment. LexpertEase provides you a platform to connect with the best lawyers in town to ease your investment procedures and untangle your legal hassles.