Bangladesh’s government has granted tariff approval for three solar power projects with a combined capacity of 370 MW. One of the projects is a 200 MW facility, consisting of a 50 MW floating array and a 150 MW ground-mounted plant, located at a coal mine in Dinajpur district. It is being developed by local company Parker Bangladesh Ltd. and Japan’s Sumitomo Corp., with the Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) purchasing electricity from it at a rate of $0.1010/kWh over 20 years.
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Source: pv magazine