Kathmandu: A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Armed Police Force (APF) and the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) to replace gas stove with electric stoves.
Inspector General Raju Aryal on behalf of the Armed Police Force and Executive Director Kulman Ghising on behalf of the Authority signed the MoU in a program held at the Armed Police Headquarters Halchowk on Friday.
Induction stoves will be gradually used to replace the use of LP gas in the messes operating in the armed police barracks. The authority will make the necessary physical infrastructure for the use of induction stoves, such as adding electricity poles and placing large capacity transformers.
Similarly, a memorandum of understanding has been signed between the Armed Police Force and the authority regarding the construction and operation of an electric vehicle charging station. 17 charging stations will be established in collaboration with the Armed Police Force.
According to the agreement, charging stations will be established at 17 places, including the two petrol pumps currently operated by the Armed Police Welfare Service Center and 15 suitable places of the Armed Police Office.