The energy and power sector of Bangladesh can be said to have entered its third phase of development.
Bangladesh government must rethink its energy policy
When LNG prices were high, not using LNG made sense. But does it make any sense now?
Frequent outages amid heatwaves lay bare the dysfunctional state of power sector
It is worth noting that decisions need to be taken considering the overall scenario, not just the crisis situation.
The latest energy master plan does not align with Bangladesh's clean energy targets
Far from being a year in which our economy recovered, 2022 proved to be a year where we discovered numerous cracks in it.
The amendment to BERC Act alters its position as the sole authority for fixing energy prices.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday instructed the import of liquified natural gas from the spot market by the private sector as the government looks to alleviate the industrial energy crisis that is threatening to derail Bangladesh’s growth momentum.