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Bangladesh will not be able to meet its 2020 renewable energy goal but will rather double its fossil fuel imports, according to Wood Mackenzie.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has approved a $200-million (€179 million) loan to Bangladesh to increase access to electricity and improve service efficiency in the capital of Dhaka and the country’s western zone.
The Bangladeshi government is bidding for more partners to take part in its “Taka” programme, which aims to bring renewable household electricity, street lighting and cooking stoves to every off-grid community in the country.
The Government of Bangladesh has awarded the Rangunia 55-megawatts electric (MW) AC grid-tied solar power plant project to a Consortium led by Metito Group together with Jinko Power and AlJomaih Group.
Bangladesh will add up to 310MW of renewable energy to its energy mix as a result of an agreement signed with the World Bank.
Bangladesh, Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (WASA) aims to raise water prices by 5% from July 1, 2018, a decision causing dissatisfaction among residents, many living with foul smelling water. Dhaka Wasa has...
Dhaka Power Distribution Company (DPDC) will be installing smart grids in the capital’s Dhanmondi, Azimpur, Green Road, Lalmatia and Asad Gate areas. New substations will accompany the region's first smart grids in these five areas. France...