thee GO estop and AEPC Collaborate to Bring EV Charging Stations to Nepal


In a significant stride towards sustainable transportation infrastructure, thee GO estop, a prominent brand of highway rest stops, has forged a groundbreaking partnership with the Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC) in Nepal. This landmark collaboration, established under the Innovation Window of the Sustainable Energy Challenge Fund (SECF), heralds the introduction of Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations across key locations in the country.

Under the memorandum of understanding (MOU) inked between thee GO estop and AEPC, eight cutting-edge EV charging units will be installed in two strategic locations: Ramtar, Sindhuli and Daldale, Nawalparasi district. This initiative aims not only to bolster the nation’s infrastructure for electric vehicles but also to catalyze a broader transition towards cleaner and more sustainable modes of transportation.

The significance of this collaboration lies in its dual focus on convenience and environmental responsibility. By integrating EV charging facilities into thee GO e-stops, the partnership addresses a crucial need for long-distance travelers while simultaneously promoting the adoption of eco-friendly technologies. This move aligns with Nepal’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions and embracing renewable energy solutions in line with global sustainability goals.

With construction slated to commence in the coming months, thee GO estop and AEPC are poised to reshape the landscape of transportation infrastructure in Nepal. These EV charging stations will not only facilitate seamless travel for electric vehicle owners but also serve as beacons of progress, signaling Nepal’s commitment to embracing clean energy solutions. As Nepal embraces the promise of renewable energy, thee GO estop remains steadfast in its mission to drive positive change and create a better world for future generations.