Trends in renewable energy strategy development and the role of CDM in Bangladesh
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Uddin, S. N., & Taplin, R. (2009). Trends in renewable energy strategy development and the role of CDM in Bangladesh. Energy Policy, 37(1), 281-289.
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This article analyses and discusses trends in renewable energy strategy development in Bangladesh and the prospective role of the clean development mechanism (CDM) under the Kyoto Protocol. Use of renewables for electricity generation results in less greenhouse gas emissions compared with fossil fuel energy systems and often offers additional synergistic benefits. Despite the large potential for development of renewable energy sources in Bangladesh, currently their contribution to electricity generation remains insignificant. Existing policies and programs on renewable energy in Bangladesh are reviewed in relation to the specific requirements needed for CDM. A number of barriers are identified that impede the implementation of the CDM mechanism. Overall, it is recommended that more appropriate energy strategies, including a new national renewable energy strategy, need to be formulated and implemented and more suitable institutional settings need to be provided to promote energy sustainability for Bangladesh. Also, the suggestion is made that incorporation of objectives for CDM promotion in the new national renewable energy strategy to tie in with Bangladesh's CDM strategy should assist in advancement of renewables.
Sk Noim Uddin and Ros Taplin. "Trends in renewable energy strategy development and the role of CDM in Bangladesh" -.1 (2009): 281-289.
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