Bangladesh and India part of without knowing it

In my last post, I mentioned about the campaign on, a campaign targeted towards world leaders, so that they also start by getting to work. The objective, placing a solar panel on top of all head buildings.

Bangladesh and India have recently powered their head buildings with solar power. Bangladesh Prime Minister office was lighted by solar power something earlier this year. Soon after the Prime Minister’s office, the Bangladesh Bank was also powered by solar. Looks like in Bangladesh, the politicians are a bit ahead in fighting climate change compared to the West but there a still a lot of work that needs to be done.

Governor of West Bengal in India, Gopal Krishna Gandhi, installed solar panels on the Kolkata Raj Bhavan, the Governor’s Residence, in December of 2009.

Even before the PutSolarOn, leaders have taken action and this shows that you too as an individual can do so much without waiting for someone do it for you. Anyways, the people at were quite excited when they found out. Get it here.

One thought on “Bangladesh and India part of without knowing it

  1. Solar panels on the roof would save a lot of energy and there is a high demand for energy efficient homes.The electric bills are really very negligible and that is why more companies and administrations are opting for this methodology.

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