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A STUDY ON HYDRO ELECTRIC GENERATION IN BANGLADESH (Pages : 32 - 38)

M.M. AHMED, M.J. HOSSAIN AND M.A. RAHMAN

At present about 52% of the total population of Bangladesh is served with the electricity and per capita electricity consumption is about 230 KWh. There are some remote areas where grid system has not reached yet and possibility is also bleak. The vast majority of populations have little access to electric commercial energy and thus being deprived of amenities associated with the use of electric energy .The loss of economic opportunities due to lack of access and non availability of electrical power is enormous. Clean energy services is essential for sustainable development and poverty eradication, provides major benefits in the areas of health, literacy and equity. Environmental concerns specially those related to carbon stabilization could hurt the economic attractiveness of other non-renewable, large scale generation technologies particularly coal. Those developments could be of particular significance in our country where small scale renewable generation may be most effective way to bring electricity to remote villages that are not near transmission system. Hydro power system is cost effective and environment friendly technique which can improve the energy situation. Hydro power generation is also eco-friendly and clean power generation method. The scope of Hydropower generation is very limited in Bangladesh because of its plain lands, except in some Hilly region in the northeast and southeast parts of the country.Download


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