Bangladesh Needs More Energy For Development, PM Says

Leader Sheik Hasina on Friday said the public authority of Bangladesh needs to build up the country and therefore it needs more energy. "We need the advancement of our country. That is the reason we need energy," she said while visiting Special US Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry approached her at her authority home in Dhaka, reports UNB. PM's press secretary Ihsanul Karim advised correspondents after the gathering. He said the Prime Minister referenced that as the wellspring of clean energy, Bangladesh put accentuation on delivering more energy from hydroelectric force plants. "We've just a single hydroelectric force age plant. Presently we're in conversation with Nepal, Bhutan and India to set up hydroelectric plants through respective or three sided activities on provincial premise," she said. She additionally said that there are around 5.8 million sunlight based network in the country. "Farming area additionally needs sunlight based energy for water system," she said. Sheik Hasina profoundly liked the choice of the US to get back to the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. "This'll establish new force in environmental change strategy," she said. She said that Bangladesh has begun its projects according to its arrangement to battle against the antagonistic effect of environmental change through making store with its own assets. "We aren't a producer, our discharge is a lot of insignificant however we alongside other environment weak nations will be the person in question," she said. She additionally referenced that Bangladesh has planted in excess of 20 million trees on the event of the birth centennial of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman. In this association, she said that through the public authority activity, 11.5 million trees have been planted while another 10 million trees have been planted under private activities. She said thanks to the US president for welcoming her in the to go to the "Pioneers' Summit on Climate" to be hung on April 22 and 23 practically. John Kerry said thanks to the Prime Minister for tolerating the challenge to go to the Summit. He said that the US put accentuation on utilizing sustainable power for lessening hazard of contamination. In this association, he referenced that US organizations are quick to put resources into Bangladesh building organization with others. He said that being developed account, the concessionary cash will be contributed for making the climate contamination free and protect the climate. He referenced that already the Obama Administration gave $1 billion to the Green Climate Fund, which should be a $100 billion asset through the support of every single created country. "We'll give another $2 billion in the Fund," he said. He put accentuation on hydroelectricity and sun based force for lessening hazard of contamination while utilizing the energy. Concerning COVID-19 antibody, Kerry said that in the mid-summer the immunization in the US will be excess and they would offer immunization to Bangladesh if Bangladesh needs. Unfamiliar Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen, Principal Secretary Dr Ahmad Kaikaus and US Ambassador Earl Robert Miller were available during the approach. 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