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Dhaka Monday,  Jun 26, 2017

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rooftop solar in city An alignment of economics, demographics, climate change and technology has set in motion an ongoing transformation of the global energy system, which has also truly reflected in UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Government of Bangladesh is committed to the development of a stable and sustainable power supply that will increase electricity access, enhance energy security, reduce poverty and mitigate climate change. Government has been trying to mitigate these challenges by... »
solar expo After exhibited country’s success and initiatives in the renewable energy sector the ‘National Seminar and Exhibition on Renewable Energy-2016’ ends thursday with prize giving and closing ceremony. Media personality and agriculture development activist Shykh Seraj; Director, Institute of Energy (IE), Dr. Saiful Huque were present at the prize giving ceremony among others. Various REP such as solar home system with battery bank, mobile charger, solar street light, LED tube and... »
RE expo The Institute of Energy (IE), University of Dhaka and Bangladesh Solar Energy Society (BSES) jointly organized a three-day exhibition on renewable energy which was launched today at the Energy Park and Mokarram Bhaban of Dhaka University with the Theme of the program is ‘Renewable Energy Path to Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): Bangladesh Context’. Various renewable energy products and polices were presented in the program such as solar thermal applications, solar... »
renew-expo The Institute of Energy (IE), University of Dhaka, and Bangladesh Solar Energy Society jointly is going to organize a three day solar Exhibition from 27-29 January titled “National Renewable Expo-2019”. It was informed through a press conference in Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU) at Sagor-Runi Auditorium. A daylong seminar also will be held at the first day of the exhibition. The theme of the program is “Renewable Energy Path to Sustainable... »
BREB keranigong The country’s first-ever battery charging solar station started its journey friday in Keraniganj on the outskirts of the capital friday. Food Minister Advocate Quamrul Islam and State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid Bipu opened the solar station set up on the roof of Sunny Filling Station at Ruhitpur in Keraniganj upazila. The 21-KWP capacity solar station was installed at a cost of Taka 51.70 lakh under... »
irena-360x183 Bangladesh has been working with a target to produce 2,000MW of electricity from renewable sources by 2020. State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid announced this while presiding over a session of the two-day 6th ministerial meeting of International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) on the last day yesterday. The meeting, which was held in Abu Dhabi of the UAE, began on Saturday. Representatives from 150 countries participated in the... »
uiu-minister-360x198 State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid has urged the researchers to come up with new ideas to get the renewable energy solutions at an affordable price, especially for solar home systems. “This has been the main challenge for Bangladesh – to get the renewable energy like solar systems at affordable price,” he told the inaugural function of the 4th International Conference on the Developments in Renewable Energy Technology... »
solar ebbb Government is interested to increase the use of renewable energy. All public offices will be under roof top solar coverage by next two years. Engineer Musharraf Hossain, Minister of Ministry of Housing and Public Works, said this in a workshop titled “Solar Roof top –its Viable Option for Bangladesh” in the city arranged by SUSTAINABLE & RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (SREDA). Advisor to the Prime Minister for Power and Energy... »
11adb-to-100-renewable-energy India’s Green Energy Corridors project has received a major funding boost with the Asian Development Bank providing $1 billion loan. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) announced that it will provide $500 million in government-backed loan and an additional $500 million in non-sovereign loan, which will be provided to Power Grid Corporation of India, which is implementing a national-level project to set up transmission lines dedicated to carrying electricity from renewable... »
photo credit: banglanews24 The problem with Waste to Energy (W2E) in Bangladesh is finding the appropriate technology, not bureaucratic red tape or financing, Energy Advisor to the Prime Minister Tawfiq-e-Elahi Chowdhury said friday at Power and Energy Week. “It is true that the per unit cost of electricity from W2E is high, but considering the benefit it will bring to society, I assure you that the government will provide every sort of assistance... »