India has so far inked 13 civil nuclear agreements since the time Indo-US civil nuclear deal ended its isolation.
Experts at a seminar here on Saturday said the country could generate 100 percent of its electricity from renewable energy in 2050 if steps are taken to achieve the target.
The need for infrastructure creation in India is now being widely debated and analysed. It would be prudent to try and better understand how infrastructure creation contributes to the economic well-being of a nation.
Chairman of Nuclear Engineering Department of the University of Dhaka Dr. M. Shafiqul Islam contends that India’s success in Bangladesh’s maiden nuclear power plant project will further its claim to the membership of the Nuclear Suppliers’ Group, an elite club of 48 countries that regulates international nuclear trade.
Nuclear energy and defence cooperation will dominate the relationship between India and Russia: Manish Kumar
India and Russia have been strong trading partners but the total trade between them in the five years till 2015-16 remained stagnant at $6 billion.
Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant has invited quite an interest from experts and commoners alike.
The nuclear power sector has demonstrated a resurgence owing to more and more Asian countries opting for it.
Energy Adviser to Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Tawfiq-E-Elahi Chowdhury has sought greater energy responsibility from the developed countries to manage power wastage and develop frontier technologies to make smart and renewable energy available to developing countries.
Given the current high costs of making radioisotopes used in nuclear medicine, there is considerable scope of collaboration between India and Russia for their manufacture at affordable cost, according to an Indian expert.
Riding on the important success achieved by Bangladesh economy as it walked into the ‘Developing Country’ category, the country is now outlining the course of its new development stage by focusing on power generation through nuclear energy.