One million Bangladesh Homes on Solar Power

One million Bangladesh Homes on Solar Power

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Sea level rise is already causing serious problems for the people of the Sundarbans. Ajit Das lives in Ghoramara island. “We cannot stay here because of the flooding. We don’t know where we will go or what we will do. We cannot bring our grandchildren up here.”© Greenpeace / Peter Caton

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The number of households (some five million people) in electricity-starved Bangladesh using solar panels has crossed the one million mark, the fastest expansion of solar use in the world, officials said Wednesday….

Original Article, from AFP

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