According to website of the World Bank, the project intends to increase access to clean energy through renewable energy in rural areas in Bangladesh.
Proposed components for the project are as follows:
A.2) Remote Area Power Supply Systems
This will provide support for an additional 1,000 Solar Irrigation Pumps (SIPs) and 30 Solar Mini-grids (SMGs).
A.3) Technical Assistance for Component A.2 Implementation
It will support quality assurance, training and outreach, studies and planning; and program management for Infrastructure Development Company Limited, the implementing agency.
Component B: Household Energy
This will provide support for installation of additional 4 million Improved Cook Stoves (ICS). The proposed additional financing includes support for scaling ICS program, including quality assurance, training and outreach, studies and planning and program management.
The proposed development objective is to increase access to clean energy through renewable energy and promote more efficient energy consumption in rural areas.
PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH
Mr. Kazi Shofiqul Azam
Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL)
Executive Director and CEO
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