The state of the solar market in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is one of the leading economies in the world, according to the World Bank’s annual GDP report of 2019. The country’s energy sector has grown tremendously over the last 40 years. Today, 85 % of its population has access to electricity, thanks to one of the world’s most advanced domestic solar power programs.
Currently, Bangladesh’s solar capacity stands at 416 Megawatts. Considering that the country enjoys substantial solar irradiation levels, there is significant room for improvement. So, what is Bangladesh’s expected solar market performance as we look to the future?
Well, the government of Bangladesh recently released a strategic plan dubbed the National Solar Energy Roadmap. The plan’s objective is to put up 40 Gigawatts of solar energy by 2041. The draft explicitly states that 40% of this expected capacity must come from rooftop solar installations. The implementation of this plan will propel Bangladesh’s solar market to the next level while creating vast opportunities. As a solar installer or industry professional eyeing Bangladesh’s budding solar market, you should be excited about the future.
Bangladesh’s solar equipment production and supply capacity
Are you worried about the ease of access to solar equipment in Bangladesh? There is no need to worry because several equipment manufacturers and distributors operate within Bangladesh’s solar market. Still, you can easily import any solar equipment that may not be available locally.
The country boasts of several ports through which you can receive solar equipment from international markets. It also has a reasonably advanced transport and logistics infrastructure. Therefore, you can safely deliver equipment to your project site.
If you ever need to purchase solar equipment for a project in Bangladesh, the Solarfeeds family is here for you. Visit the inquiry page on our website and request a quote rather than spending valuable time chasing after good quotes. I can assure you that we’ve got you covered.
What is a Remote Solar Inverter?
Remote Solar inverters work like any other inverter by converting DC into AC but with one additional feature of remote access and information sharing. Remote inverters can be checked from offsite locations without visiting the installation site.
There are various ways to access these inverters. The information is loaded on the cloud servers and can be accessed through the internet. The second way is to use smartphones to access through apps. Through remote access, the power ratings and KPIs get accessed with the use of a network.
Where is the Remote Solar Inverter used?
Remote Solar Inverters are used on Solar Plants where the operating temperatures are high and maintenance is tough. Once the remote inverters are installed they are connected through network wireless or wired. In case of any issues, the users get a notification on their apps after which repair or maintenance is planned. The one major disadvantage of this system is the element of network connection either remote access or internet connection.
Advantages of Remote Solar Inverter
This is the latest technology in power production and conversion
- System monitoring is easy
- Mainiatiance is not time-consuming
- Data is stored on the cloud for multiple access
- Off-grid installation possible
How does a Remote Solar Inverter work?
A monitoring device is connected with the ordinary inverter with a connection to the network. In some of the smart Inverters, accessing the data and power ratings are possible through various phone apps.
What are the big brands in the Remote Solar Inverter market?
Remote Solar Inverters are the latest technology in Solar power. The use of technology to enhance sustainability and possibilities in the field of green energy is increasing every day. Many tech companies are making these Remote Solar Inverters.