Overall Intro of the Project:
This project aims to bring electricity facilities to the remote hilly districts in Bangladesh. Due to the inability to connect the national grid to these regions in the next 20-25 years, solar photovoltaic systems are being installed to provide access to electricity for the residents.
This project will greatly improve the quality of life, education, medical facilities, and access to technology for the people in these areas.
- Project Location: Hilly districts in Bangladesh.
- Solar Panels Type: EGE EOS POLY
- Solar Product Quantity: 100Wp and 160Wp panels, totaling to 19,760pcs and 5,000pcs respectively.
- Project Execution Organization: Pristine Crossing Point Limited.
- Implementing Organization: Chittagong Hill Tracts Development Board.
About EGE’s Partner – PCPL:
Pristine Crossing Point Limited (PCPL) is a renowned renewable energy EPC company in Bangladesh and successfully executed this project within just 1 year. Their technical and managerial teams have shown great dedication and effort in completing this project.
Being one of the nominated solar product manufacturers of PCPL, ECO Green Energy has played a significant role in providing quality products for the project. EGE has provided 100Wp of 19760pcs and 160Wp of 5000pcs EOS Poly solar panels to this project, and PCPL is grateful for our support and contribution.
This project is a result of the government’s initiative to provide electricity facilities to the remote hilly districts in Bangladesh. The goal is to improve the quality of life, education, medical facilities, and access to technology for the residents in these areas.
As the national grid cannot be connected to these regions for the next 20-25 years, solar photovoltaic systems are being installed as a solution. This project will have a significant impact, providing solar PV systems to 40,000 houses and 2,500 neighborhood centers/student hostels/orphanages and community centers, totaling 4.8MWp of decentralized solar PV systems.
The government has funded this project, providing solar PV systems for free to the people in the region.
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