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large installation, natural gas, coal, petroleum products, percent

The greatest share of Bangladesh’s electricity, 94 percent in 1999, is generated in thermal plants using either coal, natural gas, or petroleum products. Most of the rest is produced by hydroelectric facilities, including a large installation on the Karnaphuli River. In 1999 Bangladesh consumed 11.2 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity.



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