When LNG prices were high, not using LNG made sense. But does it make any sense now?
Energy crises are not rare, but a crisis of this magnitude that tends to derail world economic progress is.
The amendment to BERC Act alters its position as the sole authority for fixing energy prices.
Despite the fact that Bangladesh is a small country in terms of area; electricity grid coverage is very poor.
Until recently, load-shedding was something that people in Bangladesh had forgotten – at least in Dhaka.
Renewable energy (RE) comprises of energy from the sun (directly), usually called solar, biomass, wind, tidal, geothermal and hydro.
Energy security is a difficult thing to analyse for a country because it is dependent on many factors. To assist in the analysis, researchers have identified four components of energy security: i) Availability;
In the last five years Bangladesh has been maintaining a GDP growth rate between six and seven percent. Consequently, Bangladesh's energy consumption has been increasing at more than eight percent per year.