At Solar Power Limited, we are passionate and committed to safeguarding our environment. We believe that the non-polluting alternative is possible and we are here to help you make the best energy decision.
Solar Power Limited
Petrochem Group, is one of the leading group of companies in Bangladesh, established in 1990. Over the years it has become one of the renowned business conglomerates in the country. In the last 29 years, Petrochem Group has made a breakthrough in its strong foundation and business diversifying in Agriculture Sector, Agro. Chemical, Power & Energy Sector, Real Estate Sector, Information Technology, Machinery and Electronics Sector etc.
Solar Power Limited, was established on 2014. Main aim of Solar Power Limited is to harvest solar energy for use in the industries and domestic sectors in order to save energy and reduce the greenhouse effect through establishing solar power systems for saving existing electrical energy through manufacturing and marketing of highest energy efficient LED lamps
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Future on Renewable Energy
The Future of Solar Energy considers only the two widely recognized classes of technologies for converting solar energy into electricity — photovoltaics (PV) and concentrated solar power (CSP), sometimes called solar thermal) — in their current and plausible future forms. Because energy supply facilities typically last several decades, technologies in these classes will dominate solar-powered generation between now and 2050, and we do not attempt to look beyond that date. In contrast to some earlier Future of studies, we also present no forecasts — for two reasons. First, expanding the solar industry dramatically from its relatively tiny current scale may produce changes we do not pretend to be able to foresee today. Second, we recognize that future solar deployment will depend heavily on uncertain future market conditions and public policies — including but not limited to policies aimed at mitigating global climate change.