- January 02, 2017
The World Bank will lend $59 million to Bangladesh to upgrade the power sector in the country.
Adani Group’s coal –based power plant in Jharkhand will be operational within four years
ZhenHua Oil had signed a preliminary deal with Chevron to buy the Bangladesh natural gas fields in February
Bangladesh has decided to import costly electricity from the Adani Group from its 1600MW mega plant to be set up in Jharkhnad, India.
The prime minister is flying to Bhutan on Tuesday to attend the International Conference on Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders.
The first gas turbine has been set up at Sikalbaha in Chittagong and will produce 150 Megawatt (MW) for Bangladesh Power Development Board (PDB)
The government had also been considering to import about 400-500MW electricity from Lembro Hydro Power Project of China
Tripura is finally ready to supply power to Bangladesh, as agreed upon by the prime ministers of the two countries in 2016, says Tripura’s Power Minister Manik Dey
The government has planned to remove the tangled mess of power lines on the streets of Dhaka by placing them underground.
Currently, Bangladesh imports 100MW electricity from a Tripura power plant.
A power purchase agreement (PPA) may be signed for purchasing 60MW of electricity from the Indian state of Tripura
Noted geologist Dr Badrul Imam talks to the Dhaka Tribune’s Aminur Rahman Rasel about energy security issues that could be on the agenda during the PM’s India trip
Mayor Annisul wrote the letter to Al Gore following the instruction of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina after her return from WEF Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland in January this year.
PDB had incurred a loss of Tk3,500cr in last fiscal year due to mismanagement and lax accountability
There is a plan to build six solar park projects with a combined capacity of 152MW power at a cost of Tk4,000 crore
The pledge was made at the second secretary-level dialogue on energy security at a hotel in Dhaka on Saturday.
Bangladesh had signed a contract with Russia on December 25, 2015 for the construction and commissioning of a nuclear power plant at Rooppur in Pabna.
‘The government has taken the decision that consumers will not need to take approval from Power Division to get new connections’
‘Those who do not want to see the country develop are opposing the Rampal power plant’
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