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Bangladesh started construction of its first nuclear power reactor, Rooppur 1, in November 2017. The unit is scheduled to be commissioned in 2023. Construction of the second unit at Rooppur commenced in July 2018. The country has a rapidly increasing power demand and is aiming to reduce its dependence on natural gas
In 2019, the hydropower capacity in Bangladesh amounted to approximately 230 thousand megawatts. The hydropower capacity in Bangladesh has remained relatively steady throughout the past decade.
Total electrical energy installed capacity is 12229 MW (2016)  and total installed wind energy is 1.9 MW. Wind energy potential in Bangladesh is over 20,000 MW
Bangladesh’s annual existing solar radiation is more than 1900 kWh/m2, whereas average daily solar radiation varies within the range of 4-6.5 kWh/m2. A good number of solar power plants are making installation progress, while rooftop solar is also seeing continued popularity.
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