Sunday, 14 July, 2024, Reg No- 06
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Chinese Premier Li targets clean energy in Australia visitSYDNEY, June 19: Premier Li Qiang toured a Chinese-controlled lithium refiner in Perth on Tuesday, a sign of his countrys ...
Diplomatic Correspondent
Clean energy means brighter future for generations to come: Peter HaasThe US Ambassador to Bangladesh Peter Haas on Tuesday said that empowering Bangladesh with clean energy means a brighter, sustainable ...
Observer Online Desk
Empowering Bangladesh with clean energy means a brighter, sustainable future: Peter HaasEmpowering Bangladesh with clean energy today means a brighter, sustainable future for generations to come, US Ambassador to Bangladesh Peter ...
Production of minerals for clean energy is insufficient: UNGENEVA, April 27: Current production levels of key minerals such as lithium, cobalt and nickel needed for clean energy technologies ...
60-MW wind power to boost clean energyCommissioning of 60-MW wind power plant, the government has advanced the clean energy ratio in countrys total electricity generation, as ...
Business Correspondent
GP, Tetra Tech to develop clean energy policy frameworkGrameenphone (GP) and Tetra Tech, implementing partner of the USAID Bangladesh Advancing Development through Energy (BADGE) Project, have signed a ...
KHALED ABOU ZAHR
Nuclear power deserves a place in the clean energy mixNew technologies and their adoption have become more than just a business or an economic decision. They now have political ...
Matiur Rahman
Microfinance’s role in accessing clean energyAccess to clean energy is a pressing issue in the developing world, particularly in countries like Bangladesh, where a significant ...
PGCB, GIZ set up lab to advance clean energy transitionPower Grid Company of Bangladesh Limited (PGCB) has launched a Grid Studies and Innovation Facility (GSIF) study lab in collaboration ...
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