Non-Government Institutions (NGO)

Solar Electric Manufacturers Association Nepal (SEMEN)

Solar Electric Manufacturers Association Nepal (SEMEN) is a non-governmental, non-profit making, non-political professional business association,which represent all the Solar PV Electric Industries in Nepal and registered in District Administration Office, Katmandu. It was established in B.S.

2057/4/20 (A.D. 2000/8/4) and the registration number is 39/057/058.SEAMAN is a full time well organized company association, which is capable of executing the PV, related works. It has already handled several PV related training like Solar Electric Technicians Level- I and Solar Electric Technician Level –II. It has also conduct several orientation training for school teachers and company staff. SEMAN is committed to fulfilling all the problems of the solar company as well as whole solar sector there by cocordially interaction with the AEPC/ESAP. It offers reliability and trustworthiness through its efficient services to the solar company, Solar Technician as well as PV consumers.



Name of Organization:   Solar Electric Company Association of Nepal (SEMAN)
Type of Organization:    Association
Registration Year:         2000
Registration No:            39/057/058.
Office Address:             Maharajgunj,Kathmandu, Nepal
P.O. Box:                     19091
Tel.:                            00977-1-432103, 
Fax:                            00977-1-4432103
E-mail:              ,
Web site:           


» To Monitor all the Solar PV Industries in Nepal and work as an umbrella organization to protect, develop and professional rise & duties of all the Solar PV Companies.
» To encourage for the establishment of Solar PV Industries in order to have electricity supply from the Solar Power as an alternative to electricity supply in various remote places of Nepal.
» To promote towards the development of pool of technical manpower of different levels.
» To perform all the necessary duties required fulfilling the above objectives.
» To organize seminars, exhibitions, workshop programs for the development of Solar PV industries.
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