SkyPower to build 2 GW of solar energy projects in Bangladesh

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SkyPower unveiled plans to build 2 GW of utility-scale solar energy over the next five years in Bangladesh, representing an investment of $4.3 billion.

As part of this Bangladesh deal, SkyPower also announced it will be gifting 1.5 million SkyPower Home solar power kits to people of Bangladesh over the course of the next five years.

The SkyPower Home solar kits consist of a solar panel, battery, LED lights, fan, radio and USB port to charge mobile phones designed to allow families to harness the power of the sun. The home solar kits are durable, portable and IEC certified.

SkyPower has a history of working with local communities to produce hundreds of millions of kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable electricity every year, while ensuring that those closest to the developments reap the rewards of new jobs, education, skills training and accessible energy.

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