Not every solar backup system buyer is an engineer. It turns out that, they had to be a sharp minded engineer to purchase green solar backup systems (SBS) in Nepal. After five years of my involvement in solar projects, I have come to learn that the whole process of purchasing greener SBS is very complicated and almost not possible in a low trust market like Nepal.
Prakash Acharya is an entrepreneur from Nepal, passionately working to substitute fossil fuels with clean energy technologies. He co-founds Mukti Energy, a solar energy company providing a one-stop solution in the sector. He is also a big believer in change so he advocates and works for creating impact in society. His topics of interest spans from sustainability, zero energy, poverty reduction, sociology to smart city. He graduated from Institute of Engineering, Thapathali Campus on Industrial engineering. He is also a former assistant lecturer in IOE, Thapathali . Prakash is a fellow for Social Entrepreneurship Outreach Program 2014, Social Entrepreneurship Forum Sweden.