The Transfer of Sustainable Energy Technology to Developing Countries: Understanding the Need of Bangladesh

Ershad Ali

Abstract


This article provides a critical review of the literature on potential Sustainable Energy Technology (SET) transfer as a means of mitigating Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission, and preserving sustainable development within the rural community of developing countries, such as Bangladesh. A global concern about the rate of increase of GHG emission in the atmosphere makes it evident that it could be reduced through the use of SET rather than fossil fuel. Though SET is available in the global market, it is yet far from the reach of developing countries, which necessitates SET transfer from developed to the developing countries. However, there is a gap between reality and the ways and means of SET transfer suggested and discussed in earlier studies. This paper addresses that gap. Key words: Sustainable energy technology; Greenhouse gas; Bangladesh

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Sustainable energy technology; Greenhouse gas; Bangladesh

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.est.1923847920110101.008

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