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For a more energy-efficient future

For a more energy-efficient future

Opinion

Sat, Mar 24 2018

Renewable sources of energy are undoubtedly the future, and the government would do well to ensure that...

Solar Summit held in New Delhi to promote...

Solar Summit held in New Delhi to promote...

Power & Energy

Sun, Mar 11 2018

Bangladesh had signed the ISA Framework Agreement at the United National Framework Convention on Climate...

President Hamid seeks global support...

President Hamid seeks global support...

Foreign Affairs

Sun, Mar 11 2018

'We should not forget to protect environment for the benefit of our future generations,' says the...

Green telco towers cut energy...

Green telco towers cut energy...

Business

Sun, Feb 18 2018

'edotco is able to bring innovative and green solutions to Bangladesh’s rural and remote communities,...

Salman F Rahman: Solar energy will be...

Salman F Rahman: Solar energy will be...

Power & Energy

Thu, Feb 15 2018

The 18th National Renewable Energy Conference and Green Expo 2018 has been organized by the Institute...

Study: Fossil fuels blown away by wind...

Study: Fossil fuels blown away by wind...

Business

Sun, Jan 14 2018

The best onshore wind and solar PV projects are expected to deliver electricity for $0.03 or less by...

ME SOLshare celebrates UN award

ME SOLshare celebrates UN award

Power & Energy

Mon, Dec 11 2017

Founded in 2014, SOLshare provides peer-to-peer solar energy trading platforms and pay-as-you-go solutions...

Renewable energy tech exhibition...

Renewable energy tech exhibition...

Power & Energy

Mon, Nov 20 2017

The exhibition will end on Tuesday

US renewable energy booms despite Trump...

US renewable energy booms despite Trump...

North America

Sat, Nov 4 2017

Employment in the solar industry grew 24.5% in 2016 compared to a year earlier, reaching a workforce...

Finishing what we started

Finishing what we started

Editorial

Sat, Oct 7 2017

Our power minister rightly pointed out that the RMG sector must contribute to the development of power...

Renewable energy projects continue to...

Renewable energy projects continue to...

Power & Energy

Sat, Oct 7 2017

Bangladesh government has set a target of producing 10% of power from renewable sources by 2020

First-ever solar plant connects to national...

First-ever solar plant connects to national...

Power & Energy

Thu, Aug 31 2017

The government is currently working to install solar panel-based power projects connected with the national...

Driving Bangladesh forward

Driving Bangladesh forward

Opinion

Sat, Aug 12 2017

Going solar will mean millions of new jobs for our people

Solar-powered irrigation revolutionising...

Solar-powered irrigation revolutionising...

Tribune Climate

Sat, Aug 12 2017

About 1.5 million conventional pumps can be replaced by solar pumps. Each solar pump can replace four...

Eyes on Bangladesh

Eyes on Bangladesh

Tribune Climate

Sat, Aug 12 2017

'We are one of the early Indian players to focus on developing solar projects in the overseas...

Bangladesh towards 100% renewable...

Bangladesh towards 100% renewable...

Tribune Climate

Sat, Aug 12 2017

Community-based solar approach such as solar irrigation pumps, solar mini-grid, arsenic water treatment...

Taking on the new energy world

Taking on the new energy world

Tribune Climate

Sat, Aug 12 2017

The global energy transformation cannot be stopped anymore. The question is who is going to drive it...

We dream of a solar Bangladesh

We dream of a solar Bangladesh

Tribune Climate

Sat, Aug 12 2017

It is estimated that 30% of country’s population, majority living in the rural areas, are out of electricity...

Identifying clean energy...

Identifying clean energy...

Tribune Climate

Fri, Aug 11 2017

The Bangladesh government plans to significantly expand its generation capacity up from 12.3GW in 2016...

Adapting to renewables

Adapting to renewables

Tribune Climate

Fri, Aug 11 2017

Bangladesh has pledged to move towards 100% renewable energy by 2050

Treading in dangerous waters

Treading in dangerous waters

Weekend Tribune

Sun, Jul 30 2017

Why are both Pakistan and Bangladesh making the wrong energy choices?