This research analyses the policies required to guide Bangladesh through its sustainable energy infrastructure transformation to support its aspiration of becoming a developed country by 2041. A regression-based simulation model will be developed to exhibit the effects of influencing factors on the transition pathways. Based on the model outcomes, the research will suggest what renewable share in the energy mix should be progressively elevated in accordance with the future escalation in financial affordability and technical advancement of the overall efficiency of suitable renewable systems for the country. This work also aims to help policymakers and energy managers to understand better the dynamic interrelationships between different transition factors and plan the wide-scale implementation of renewable energy systems according to the available resource and fiscal potential of the region.
Student: Mohammed Talut