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Today there is no doubt that the renewable energy sources are leading the world with clean and reliable energy. The fossil fuels has dominated the world for a long time. We were thrilled by their high efficiency and availability so much. It was after that when people realized the consequences of using them. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions caused by the fossil fuels had lead to pollution and global warming. Carbon Dioxide represents the largest share of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere. Vehicles are the major source of these emissions. They are responsible for the air quality in the atmosphere and it is very effective in large cities. The demand for a green future has lead to new technological innovations and sustainable city transportation. With the new green technology it is expected to have 30-40% less CO2 emissions than petrol or diesel vehicles.
Energy is one of the serious problems in Bangladesh. It is a global crisis as of today. Now we are facing global warming issue especially in the developing Countries. Bangladesh could be one of the most effected Countries from the impact of pollution.


The Government of Bangladesh has established a goal of providing electrical power to all its citizens and several projects are already in place to achieve this goal. Providing power without intensifying the effects of climate change is a priority for the people of Bangladesh. Renewable Energy policy is adopted in 2008. The policy identifies the following major renewable energy sources namely – solar photo voltaic, solar thermal power/concentrating solar power, wind energy, biomass, biogas, micro hydro and minihydro.
However, in many rural areas, people live too far from the main electrical grids to make connections reliable or affordable. Without access, these families are forced to rely on more expensive — and nonrenewable — energy options such as kerosene or batteries. Even with 400,000 new households gaining access to electricity every year, it could take another 40 years for all the people of Bangladesh to have power.

Rural households in Bangladesh are frequently not on the state electrical grid and so have embraced solar power, helped by NGOs providing panels which can be paid for in small monthly instalments.
Some 60 percent of Bangladesh's 150 million people have no access to mains electricity, with many relying on costly kerosene lamps for lighting.

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We recommend to start your research with reading Energy statistics manual made by The International Energy Agency (IEA)