23 February 1998
Bangladesh's Prime Minister proposes Asian Energy Grid
Dear GENI Friend,
From Reuters News Service (January 15, 1997): Bangladesh's
Prime Minister Sheikh Wajed proposed setting up an
Asian energy grid along the Asian highway and railway
for the benefit of the region.
We want to share with you our plans for 1998. You'll see several global conferences and exhibit opportunities, targeted communication groups, research activities and fund raising goals. We need sponsorship for all these projects from $1,000 to one million.
Once again I thank you for your support. Where else can you leverage the impact of your contributions as described by this report? I have a request. Do you know someone personally who could be a major donor to this work? We want to take a big step forward this year and it's going to take some extra money. Please give us a call with any possible referral.
In partnership for the planet,
P.S. I have just presented the enclosed paper at the 1998 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, which makes a strong argument for linking renewable energy resources around the world. It's written in technical journal format for publication in the near future. Pass it along!
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