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IDCOL and Solar Home Systems in BangladeshWhile demand for small-scale renewable energy is virtually infinite, a small microfinance institution or...
Every month more than 50,000 rural households access electricity through the solar home systems (SHS) program of the government, supported by the...
Lack of access to electricity is one of the major impediments to growth and development of the rural economies in developing countries. That is why...

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At present, there are 5,800,000 solar home systems in the country, says state minister.

The government has finally issued guidelines on how solar-powered irrigation system owners can be...

There is no roadmap from the government’s side as to how to achieve the target of generating 10% of...

It asked distribution entities to purchase power from solar mini-grid operators.

Time is running out for the government to achieve its goal of universal access to electricity by...

The Bangladesh Solar and Renewable Energy Association (BSREA) has identified nine key areas where...

SOLshare, set up in 2014, aims to stem the waste of more than a billion dollars in energy each year...

The report predicted that solar energy coverage to households in Bangladesh would increase to 10% by...

The think tank, REN21, found that renewable energy progress faced many challenges including reliance...

Partners of IDCOL want to install solar system at all the hospitals including 18,000 community...

The award highlights in particular the important role mini-grids can play in Bangladesh’s national...

Installers which took advantage of cheaply-priced government finance say customers affected by the...

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