RECENT STATUS OF SOLAR ENERGY IN BANGLADESH
|Asif Hassan1, Nasif Mahmud2, Md Shamiur Rahman3, Fayek Tasneem Khan4, Md. Imtiazul Haque5
Student, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Islamic University of Technology, Gazipur, Bangladesh
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Bangladesh is on the verge of facing energy crisis. According to the article 16.1 of Bangladesh Constitution fifty five percent of Bangladesh's inhabitants live without electricity, and the grid expansion rate to connect rural areas is threatened by the looming capacity shortage. By acknowledging the potential of renewable energy technologies (RETs) and associated energy storage, Bangladesh could possibly meet its unprecedented energy demand, thus increasing electricity accessibility for all and as well as financial growth. This paper will represent the role of solar energy in Bangladesh to overcome energy crisis.