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Overseas Investment in Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Sector: Case of Chinese Investment

The paper ‘Attracting Overseas Investment in the Renewable Energy Sector of Bangladesh: Case of Chinese Investment’ provides a comprehensive analysis on the strategic approaches for Bangladesh to attract Chinese investment in its burgeoning renewable energy sector. It delves into the current renewable energy landscape, identifying key challenges that impede Chinese investment, including policy, regulatory, infrastructural, and financial barriers. Drawing on China’s vast experience and success in renewable energy development, the report outlines actionable policy recommendations for Bangladesh. These recommendations are designed to address the identified challenges, facilitating a conducive environment for Chinese investments. The study underscores the importance of bilateral co-operation, technological transfer, and knowledge sharing in achieving Bangladesh’s renewable energy goals. Through a synthesis of empirical data and policy analysis, the report aims to contribute to the discourse on sustainable energy transition in developing countries, offering a roadmap for enhanced international investment collaboration in the renewable energy sector.

Authors: Khondaker Golam Moazzem and Mashfiq Ahasan Hridoy
Publication Period: March 2024

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