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With solar farms and roof panels, Bangladesh inches toward green power goal
by Syful Islam
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16 October 2018
On 16 October 2018 Thompson Reuters Foundation reported:
Bangladesh's electricity generation from renewable sources has passed the 5 per cent mark with the opening of a major new solar plant -- boosting hopes the country might meet its goal of getting 10 per cent of power from renewables by 2020, experts say. The new 28 megawatt solar power plant in Cox's Bazar District is the largest yet opened in the country, following the earlier construction of a 3 MW plant.
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