Saudi Co to Set Up 40-100 MW Solar Plant
A leading Saudi energy company signed recently an agreement with the country's apex trade body for setting up a solar power plant of 40-100 megawatts (MWs) capacity in Bangladesh.
Four Firms Submit Bids for Country’s 1st Waste Power Plant
Four companies have shown interest by submitting bids in the tender for setting up an 1 (one) megawatt (MW) grid-connected waste-based power plant project in Keraniganj, a suburb of Dhaka city.
JS Body Seeks Report on Solar Panel Price Hike
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Disaster Management and Relief Ministry strongly recommended to submit a detailed report containing logical grounds behind increasing prices of solar panels and the activities of Idcol Company.
Green Technology for Construction
At a time when several thousand brick kilns are causing large-scale air pollution and loss of topsoil across the country, around 20 private firms are making eco-friendly construction materials without any backing.
Two Bangladeshi Solar Firms Get ũm UN Grant
Two Bangladeshi companies have gotten $1 million 2017 UN Energy grant from the United Nations in recognition of a novel project to spur solar entrepreneurship.
IDCOL Secures $526m Credit Line from ADB
Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL), a government-owned development financial institution involved in private sector energy and infrastructure financing in Bangladesh, has recently availed its third credit line from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
Protection of Environment, Renewable Energy Stressed
Taking part in a 70-kilometer bicycle rally in Rajshahi recently, large number of youths raised voice for substantial and sustainable protection of environment and renewable energy for safeguarding both climate and life.
Project Finishes without Installing Power Plant
A hybrid-power project at Hatiya has finished without installation of the plant.