Business | Daily sun | 2016-05-13
BIFPCL is likely to install solar project at Rampal By Shamim Jahangir | Last Updated: 13th May, 2016, 00:00

Bangladesh-India Friendship Power Company Limited (BIFPCL) is likely to install a large scale solar-based power project at Rampal in Bagerhat district. Bangladesh-India secretary level meeting held recently…

BIFPCL is likely to install solar project at Rampal

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