About Us

Omni Power Limited is an engineering firm based in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, which specialises in power & energy, Lighting and water management. We are mostly focused on Government projects for infrastructure development. The Omni Power team’s goal is to support even the country’s most remote regions with technical infrastructure.

Omni Power Limited is works to accelerate market-based deployment of renewable energy and energy efficient systems in developing countries.

Omni Power understands clean energy markets from a practice, policy, and financial perspective. We seek and support high potential projects that can validate promising business models and technologies. We monitor and evaluate projects to understand market opportunities and barriers to success. Our insight influences policy, increases public and private investment, and informs our portfolio of projects that can be shared and replicated within and across markets.

Access to knowledge is essential for growing markets from the bottom up. Omni Power works to connect knowledge to drive entrepreneurship, innovation, and policy improvements that shift markets across the developing world.


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Omni Power invests in clean energy markets to help our country expand modern energy services and improve lives; increase prosperity and economic dynamism; and keep CO2 emissions in check: a paradigm commonly known as green growth. Omni Power’s tools are modern clean energy technologies – renewable energy and energy efficiency – market forces, and knowledge management.

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14 November 2016

Astronergy equips 8,500 post offices in Bangladesh with solar modules

Frankfurt (Oder)/Germany, Dhaka/Bangladesh, 14.11.2016 – The solar module manufacturer Astronergy is equipping 8,500 post offices in Bangladesh with German-made photovoltaic modules. Four 250-watt modules on each post office, together with a battery storage device, will ensure a stable and independent power supply for computers

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14 November 2016

Astronergy equips 8,500 post offices in Bangladesh with solar modules

Frankfurt (Oder)/Germany, Dhaka/Bangladesh, 14.11.2016 – The solar module manufacturer Astronergy is equipping 8,500 post offices in Bangladesh with German-made photovoltaic modules. Four 250-watt modules on each post office, together with a battery storage device, will ensure a stable and independent power supply for computers,

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17 December 2016

Top 5 Hybrid Energy News (Solar- and Wind-Diesel-Hybrid + Microgrids

The November edition of our “Top 5 Hybrid Energy News” features Tesla, SolarCity, Redavia, Shanta Gold, New Sun Road, Microsoft, Leonardo DiCaprio’s Blackadore Caye Resort, Omni Power and Astronergy. In the past month, we have seen interesting microgrid projects on islands, solar for the mining industry and a large-scale commercial PV solution for post-offices in Bangladesh.

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14. November 2016

Government Spending $20 Million To Power 8,500 Post Offices With PV And Storage

Around 8,500 post offices in Bangladesh are being fitted with solar panels manufactured in Germany by Chinese module maker Astronergy. Every post office will have a total of four modules of 250-watt capacity, along with a battery storage device A total of 1,500 solar installations are already fitted with the entire project scheduled for completion in the beginning of 2018.

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12 May, 2016

8,500 post offices to be equipped with PV and energy storage in Bangladesh

The PV module manufacturer Astronergy is equipping post offices in Bangladesh with German made PV modules, in order to prevent power outages and save on diesel. A total of 8,500 post offices are to be equipped with PV and energy storage technology by 2018. 1,500 of them are already in place, according to the PV manufacturer.

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4 May, 2016

CCC installs 100 LED streetlights

The Chittagong City Corporation (CCC) has installed 100 light-emitting diode (LED) streetlights under a pilot project from the city’s Kazir Dewari intersection to Tiger Pass intersection. The aims behind this move are to cut the electricity bill, enhance the city’s beautification and facilitate visibility for smooth traffic flows across the port city at night a self-financed

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