Call to Reintroduce Tax Benefit for Solar Energy
Power Division and stakeholders have requested the revenue board to reintroduce tax benefit for importing solar panels and cells to facilitate the use of renewable energy.
Solar Pumps Cut Costs of Irrigation
The use of solar energy for irrigation has been gaining ground among farmers, especially in off-grid areas, due to the system's low operation and maintenance cost.
City Bank Recognizes Customers for Boosting Energy Efficiency
City Bank, in association with Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF), hosted an event titled 'Green Champion Recognition Ceremony' at the bank's head office recently, according to a statement.
Govt Plans to Build Four 50MW Solar Plants
The government has moved to implement four 50 megawatt (MW)-capacity solar power plant projects by private sector to enhance the stake of renewable energy in the country's overall electricity output.
EU to Support Dhaka in Promoting Sustainable Energy
The European Union (EU) plans to support Bangladesh in promoting sustainable energy, official said.
Solar Power Illuminates 40-Km Roads in Chirirbandar
In continuation of 'Power at every home' program, solar power-run street lights are illuminating 40-kilometre rural roads of Chirirbandar upazila in Dinajpur.
World’s First Hydrogen-Powered Taxi Fleet Reaches 100 Cars in Paris
The hydrogen-powered taxi fleet called “Hype”, launched at the end of 2015 by French start-up STEP (Société du Taxi ElectriqueParisien) in partnership with Air Liquide, has reached the 100-taxi landmark thanks to a new delivery of cars by Toyota.
GE Renewable Energy Announces 29% Loss in Revenue in Q2
The low-carbon arm of GE reported a near £500 million loss from June 2017 to June 2018.
Duke Issues RFP for 680 MW of Renewable Capacity
Two major Duke Energy solar programs are rolling out this month in North Carolina, both of which should help increase the amount of solar energy on the North Carolina grid.