Bangladesh Power Sector Data Book

Power Cell
June, 2006

Table of Contents
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Description
Power Sector At A Glance .............................................................................................................. Power Sector Key Statistics for FY 1996-2001................................................................................ Power Sector Key Statistics for FY 2001-2006 ............................................................................... Operational Data of Genaration, Trans. & Dist. for FY 2004-2005.................................................. System Loss of the utilities at different voltage level for FY 2004-05 .............................................. Operational Data of Genaration, Trans. & Dist. for FY 2005-06 (upto March, 2006) ...................... System Loss of the utilities at different voltage level for FY 2005-06 (upto March, 2006)............... Category wise Consumer Number for FY 2004-05.......................................................................... Energy Consumption for FY 2004-05............................................................................................... Distribution System Loss: Year wise (1999-2005) .......................................................................... Standard Loss of a Utility Sys. & Tech. dist. loss of PDB, DESA & REB ........................................ List of Power Stations .................................................................................................................... List of IPP’s installed during FY 1996-2001..................................................................................... List of IPP’s installed during FY 2001-2006..................................................................................... Salient features of contract for different IPP’s.................................................................................. List of Small Power Plants (SPPs) .................................................................................................. Salient features regarding Rental Power Plant in BPDB.................................................................. Installation of capacity banks and its benefits.................................................................................. 18.1 PGCB 18.2 DESA 18.3 REB 18.4 DESCO Year wise Power Generation & Load Shedding.............................................................................. Load Management System using GIS technology........................................................................... Reduction of Load Shedding through management......................................................................... Installation of pre-paid metering....................................................................................................... 22.1 BPDB 22.2 DESCO 22.3 DESA Information regarding Captive Power Plant..................................................................................... Tariff Rationalization........................................................................................................................ Electricity Retail Tariff of BPDB/DESA/DESCO/WZPDCO ............................................................. Bulk Supply Tariff for the Distribution Entities.................................................................................. Account Receivable & Exemption of surcharge............................................................................... Year wise Revenue Collection & Collection/Import Ratio................................................................ Short term Investment Plan from Jan, 2006 to Dec, 2008 .............................................................. Status of Renewable Energy in Bangladesh.................................................................................... Renewable Energy activities and establishment of SEDA...............................................................

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Power Sector At A Glance
Upto June, 2005
Present Installed Capacity • Public Sector • Private Sector Generation Capability (Inc. IPP) Peak Demand Total Transmission Lines • 230 kV • 132 kV Grid sub-station Capacity • 230/ 132 kV • 132/33 kV : : : : : : : : : : 5025 MW 3735 MW 1290 MW 4030 MW 3751 MW 6758 Circuit KM 1466 Circuit KM 5292 Circuit KM 4375 MVA 7676 MVA 21408 mkWh 16685 mkWh 22.79% 6.16% 3.63% 10.44% 20.00% 21.94% : : : : : : : : : : : : :

Upto March, 2006 5275 MW 3985 MW 1290 MW 4385 MW 3812 MW

Net Energy Generated (FY 2004-05) : Energy Sold (FY 2004-05) : System Loss (Transmission & Dist.) :

• •

Transmission Loss PGCB DESA Distribution Loss PDB DESA

: : : : :

16894 mkWh 13484 mkWh 20.97% 5.63% 3.68% 8.36% 19.16% 20.19% 12.53% 16.32% 15.90% 16.33% 87.44% 81.07% 84.89% 84.05% 81.53% 254263 Km 9.53 million N/A N/A For Mar’06 86% 3% 8% 3%
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REB : DESCO : WZPDCo ; National : Collection/Import Ratio • PDB : • DESA : • REB : • DESCO : • WZPDCL : Distribution Line (Total) : Consumer Number : Access to Electricity of Population : Per Capita Generation : Generation Mix

13.78% 16.64% 19.66% 17.83% 84.16% 71.09% 84.44% 80.92% 89..05% 244104 Km 8.80 million 38% 158 kWh 91% 2% 7% -

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

• • • •

Gas Hydro Liquid Fuel Coal

: : : :

Prepared by: Engr. Abdur Rouf, Engr. KM Nayeem Khan, Engr. Shazibul Hoque.

Power Sector Key Statistics (FY 1996 to FY 2001)

Achievement

Item Installed Capacity (MW) Generation Capacity (derated) (MW) Maximum Demand Served (MW) Net Energy Generation (MkWh) (a) BPDB (b) IPP & mixed Total Transmission Line (KM) Distribution Line (KM) Total Number of Consumer (lacs) Agriculture Consumer (lacs) Number of Village Electrified Access to Electricity (%) Per Capita Generation (kWh) System Loss (Tr & Dist) (%)

FY 1995-96

FY 1996-97

FY 1997-98

FY 1998-99

FY

19992000

FY 2000-2001

quantity

%

2908

2908

3091

3603

3711

4005 3115

1097

38%

2087

2114

2136

2449

2665

3033

946

45%

11474

11858

12882

13872 578

14319 1244 15563 3438 156777 48.83 0.94 31388 23 120 31.60

14062 2193 16255 3738 176179 55.30 1.1 35797 25 129 28.43

2588 2193 4781 616 63957 24.33 0.35 14956 10 32 -2.77 42% 20% 57% 79% 48% 72% 64% 33% -9%

11474 3122 112222 30.97 0.75 20841 15 97 31.20

11858 3159 125325 34.51 0.79 22488 17 99 30.40

12882 3159 135051 39.24 0.84 25986 19 102 31.30

14450 3287 147102 43.33 0.90 29332 20 113 31.80

Prepared by: Engr. Abdur Rouf, Engr. KM Nayeem Khan, Eng. Shazibul Hoque.

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Power Sector Key Statistics (FY 2001 to FY 2006)
Item Installed Capacity (MW) Generation Capacity (derated) (MW) Maximum Demand Served (MW) Net Energy Generation (MkWh) (a) BPDB (b) IPP & mixed (c) REB Total Transmission Line (KM) Distribution Line (KM) Total Number of Consumer (lacs) Agriculture Consumer (lacs) Number of Village Electrified Access to Electricity (%) Per Capita Generation (kWh) System Loss (Tr & Dist) (%) 16255
3738 176179 55.3

FY 20002001
4005

FY 20012002
4260

FY 20022003
4710

FY 20032004
4710

FY 2004-2005
5025

FY 2005-2006 (upto March'06)
5275

Achievement quantity
1270

%
32%

3115

3332

3780

3780

4030

4385

1270

41%

3033

3248

3458

3622

3751

3812

779

26%

14062 2193

13674 3771

12159 6299

12584 7478 240

13223 7939 246

17445
3750 192140 63.33

18458
3859 209932 70.64

20302
3919 226232 79.6

21408
4038 244104 88.47 254263 95.3

5153
300 78084 40

32%
8% 44% 72%

1.1

1.21

1.35

1.53

1.78

2.15

1.05

95%

35797

39028

41814

44,546

47612

48925

13128

37%

25

30

32

35

38

13

52%

129 28.43

136 27.97

144 25.69

155 24.49

158 22.79 20.97

29 -7.5

22% -26%

Prepared by: Engr. Abdur Rouf, Engr. KM Nayeem Khan, Eng. Shazibul Hoque.

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79 Remarks Figure Next Page Prepared by: Engr.05 5134. & Dist.281 Total 4598.94 13.00% Net Energy Generated MKWh 13223.Independent Power Producer Transmission Name of Organization PGCB DESA Global Net Generation in GWh 21162.83 22.58 76.97 Distribution Loss in GWh 1198.47 5134. KM Nayeem Khan.89 388.05 4598.01 306.20 16689. 2004 .57 20312.16 Remarks BPDB Sales to BPDB Zones DESA DESCo WZPDCO REB/PBS's Total Sales (MKWh) 5993.58 4926.40 Transmission Loss in GWh 768.08 Transmission Loss in % 3.69 6457.OPERATIONAL DATA OF GENERATION.28 4598.572 7034.64 3589.66 17. Energy Import in GWh 5993.41 1009.38 3622. Shazibul Hoque.87 Energy Sales in GWh 4794.89 0 0 0 20394.997 Station Use MKWh 843.774 1843. IPP) DESCO WZPDCO GLOBAL (Dist.20 1032. Abdur Rouf.44% 6.97 16689. TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR THE FISCAL YEAR.752 DESA Sales to Sales (MKWh) DESA Zones DESCo WZPDCO REB/PBS's 4598.78 16.195 246 21408.719 Station Use % 6.19 535.278 7939.63 10.14 1536.77 21162.473 Remarks Note: IPP.00 21.) GLOBAL Trans.89 7489.47 Energy Import in GWh 20394.89 DISTRIBUTION LOSSES OF THE UTILITIES Name of Organization PDB DESA REB(Inc.31 312. Engr.64 19.133 388.15 1842.88 1304.90 Distribution Loss in % 20. Page 6 of 54 . Eng.2005 Generation Source of Generation Public(BPDB) IPP's IPP's(REB) Total Gross Energy Generated MKWh 14066.89 19858.55 21616.

System Loss of the Utilities at Different Voltage Level (FY 2004-05) IMPORT PDB 5993 GWh DISTRIBUTION LOSS PDB 1198 GWh 20.78% DESA 3590 GWh Auxiliary Use 844 GWh 6.94% DESCO 307 GWh 16. Shazibul Hoque.63%) O Import 20394 GWh DESA 4599 GWh DESCO 1843 GWh DESA 1009 GWh 21.64% REB 1032 GWh 13. Abdur Rouf. KM Nayeem Khan. Page 7 of 54 . Eng.44%) ~ Gross Generation 14067 GWh Transmission Loss 768 GWh (3.00% Import DESA 5135 GWh DESCO 1536 GWh REB 7489 GWh REB 6457 GWh (Data in the previous page) Prepared by: Engr. Engr.00% SOLD PDB 4795 GWh IPP 8185 Gwh Net Generation 21408 GWh Transmission Loss 535.88 GWh (10.

765 5948.19 12.1 Net Generation in GWh 16694.875 Station Use MKWh Station Use % Net Energy Generated MKWh Remarks Public(BPDB) IPP's IPP's(REB) Total 699.63 Remarks Transmission Name of Organization PGCB DESA Global BPDB sales to Sales to Sales (MKWh) 3773.536 3896.90 Transmission Loss in GWh 614.641 200 16894.459 6108. Engr.54 13483.282 1009.032 DESA Sales to Sales to DESA Zones DESCo WZPDCO REB/PBS's Sales (MKWh) 3570.99 236.57 2849. 20.2006( Upto March.49 1009.39 5523.33 Remarks BPDB DESA REB(Inc.36% 5.68 8.10 3896. IPP) DESCO WZPDCO GLOBAL (Dist.53 16.58 2631.97 Figure Next Page Prepared by: Engr.) GLOBAL Trans. & Dist.97 720.77 16115.662 Total 3570.20 Transmission Loss in % 3.288 DISTRIBUTION LOSSES OF THE UTILITIES Name of Organization Energy Import in GWh 3773.17 1211.70 3576. 2005 .29 6314.54 Distribution Loss in GWh 722.90 16.OPERATIONAL DATE OF GENERATION.22 849.90 790.06) Generation Source of Generation Gross Energy Generated MKWh 11284. Page 8 of 54 .10 Energy Import in GWh 16079.19 13483.26 160.29 0 0 0 BPDB Zones DESA DESCo WZPDCO REB/PBS's Total 16079.16 1447.24 17060.66 3570.69 Distribution Loss in % 19.23 Energy Sales in GWh 3050.416 6.54 3570.76 940.047 1452.05 16694. TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR THE FISCAL YEAR.20% 10585. Shazibul Hoque.29 15753.32 15.44 325. Abdur Rouf. Eng.16 20. KM Nayeem Khan.

20% Import DESA 3896 GWh DESCO DESCO 1211GW h REB 5523 GWh REB 6314 GWh (Data in the previous page) Prepared by: Engr.32% REB 791 GWh 12.68%) GWh O DISTRIBUTION LOSS PDB 723 GWh 19.16% SOLD PDB 3051 GWh ~ Gross Generation 11285 GWh Import 1608 GWh 0 Transmission Loss 326 GWh (8.53% DESA 2849 GWh Auxiliary Use 699 GWh 6. Page 9 of 54 .19% DESCO 236 GWh 16.System Loss of the Utilities at Different Voltage Level FY 2005-06 (upto March.36%) DESA 3570 GWh DESA 721 GWh 20.2006) IMPORT IPP 6309 Gwh PDB 3774 GWh Net Generation 16894 GWh Transmission Loss 614 (3. Eng. KM Nayeem Khan. Shazibul Hoque. Abdur Rouf. Engr.

314 18.345 104.790 27.405.379 14. street light.659 47.54% 100. church.509 June. pump etc.322 470.175.070 2.220 64. school.540 674.05 7.364 232.129. Abdur Rouf.011 259.917 82.891 22 17 177.63% 2. Page 10 of 54 . Engr.CONSUMER NUMBER (CATEGORYWISE) (FY 2004 . madrasa.02% 1.97% 0.846.778 19.792.110.187 172.842 5.05 June.05 June.866 1.736 45. (2) Consumer of WZPDCo included in PDB's list 3 6 70 21 Prepared by: Engr.806 162.944 4.05 June. KM Nayeem Khan.568 13. Shazibul Hoque.200 1.84% 12.283.101 6.05) CONSUMER CATEGORY IN NUMBERS DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL IRRIGATION INDUSTRIAL OTHERS TOTAL NAME OF THE UPTO THE MONTH UTILITY PDB REB DESA DESCO TOTAL (% of Total) 1.338 352.817 557.00% Note:(1) Others include mosque.903 3. Eng.580 8.

36 1841. Shazibul Hoque.78 121.118 13.483 DESCO 741.90 1962.14 39% 1536.98 239. Abdur Rouf. Engr.59 REB 2757.73 29% 3589. Page 11 of 54 .19 498.615 2730.31 9% 312.64 21.89 22% 6457.36 2.20 2% 16690 100% CATERY WISE CONSUMPTION IN % UTILITY WISE CONSUMPTION IN % Prepared by: Engr.05) CONSUMER CATEGORY PDB ENERGY SOLD IN A YEAR (MKWh) DESA 1430.72 76.67 0. Eng.379 594.54 361.31 133.94 4794.ENERGY CONSUMPTION (FY 2004 .59 261.68 55.06 TOTAL 7070 1274 674 7287 385 Domestic Commercial Irrigation Industrial Others Total % 2016.04 618.84 31. KM Nayeem Khan.36 0.79 WZPDCL 123.34 54.

Abdur Rouf.83% Prepared by: Engr.88% 27.62% 21.09% 25.61% 17.Distibution System Loss: Yearwise (1999-2005) FY 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 PDB 27. KM Nayeem Khan.06% 19.86% 26.04% 17.24% 16.47% 29.94% DESCO 32.97% 25.66% 21.64% Total 26. Shazibul Hoque.33% 20.11% 24.73% 26.00% REB 16.92% 21.34% 23.24% 18.50% 22. Page 12 of 54 .64% 20. Engr.78% DESA 26.60% 13.71% 27.08% 16.35% 21. Eng.33% 15.77% 29.

Engr.00 9.75 9. Distribution line Distribution Substation Distribution line Distribution Substation Service Drop Metering Equipment Sub Total ( Distrubution Loss) Grand Total (Transmission & Distrubution Loss) 6.4 KV line Secondary 11/0. KM Nayeem Khan.00 Note: As per study result carried out jointly by PDB. on PDB.750 0.50 8.00 0.500 0. Prepared by: Engr.000 0. Page 13 of 54 .00 0.00 0. REB & W/B.00 0.375 1.50 4. Shazibul Hoque.50 4.00 0.00 7.50 9. Abdur Rouf.375 3.50 Total % 10. Eng.25 1.375 3.00 0.25 3. Secondary 11 KV or 0.50 5.50 0.415 S/S.00 Location At Power Station Transmission line Grid Sub-station Transmission line Grid Sub-station Reference: Power System in Asia & Pacific with emphasis on Rural Electrification (206).50 1.00 16.25 12.00 0.25 2. DESA. Published by United Nations STANDARD TECHNICAL LOSS OF THE UTLITIES OF BANGLADESH Organization Transmission % PDB System DESA System REB/PBS System 3.50 Technical Loss Distribution % 7.375 0. DESA & REB system.25 2.25 0.375 1.50 Type of Power System Strong Medium Weak % % % 0.000 0.500 0.25 1.STANDARD LOSS OF A UTILITY SYSTEM Loss Source Equipment rating Step up 11/132 KV transformer Primary 230 KV line Primary 230/132 KV Grid Secondary 132 KV line Secondary 132/33 KV Grid Sub Total ( Transmission Loss) Primary 33 KV line Primary 33/11 S/S.50 2.375 4.50 2.63 12.00 2.50 8.00 0.00 0.

Name of Power Station Unit No. Engr.00 30.00 0.00 60. KM Nayeem Khan.00 0.01 Under maint. since 20/07/03 2 Sum Ashuganj 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 Gas 17-07-1970 8-7-1970 17-12-1986 04-05-1987 21-03-1988 15-11-1982 28-03-1984 23-03-1986 Under maint.00 190.00 16.00 27.00 29.00 730. Shazibul Hoque.00 0.00 0.00 32.00 140.00 150.List of Power Stations Sl.00 180.00 30.00 0.00 428.3. No.00 #1.00 10.00 32.00 19.00 80.00 0. since 09/02/06 Under maint.00 66.50 150.00 0.00 27. Eng.00 34. since 01/02/06 Under maint.00 30.00 60.00 40.00 200.00 12.00 30. 2004 31-10-1987 15-11-1987 2-12-1987 16-06-1974 13-02-1976 14-09-1986 18-03-1989 15-09-1994 31-01-1999 Sum 5 Ghorasal Gas 6 7 Sum Tongi Power Station Shahjibazar 1 1-7 8 9 Gas Gas 14-03-2005 1968-69 28-03-2000 25-10-2000 GT CT CT CT CT CT CC ST CT ST 8 Sum Fenchuganj CC 1 2 3 1 1 Gas 24-12-1994 31-01-1995 08-06-1995 13-12-1986 28-03-1993 9 10 Sylhet Raozan Gas Gas Prepared by: Engr. Page 14 of 54 . since '03.00 0. since 25/12/05 Sum 3 4 Siddhirganj Siddhirganj Haripur 4 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 Gas Gas Gas 29-04-1970 Dec.00 190.7 Under maint. Abdur Rouf.00 106.00 0.00. Type of Fuel Date of Commissioning Type of plant Installed Capacity (MW) Present Generation Capacity (MW) Peak Hour Generation (MW) Remark Public Sector 1 Karnafuli Hydro 1 2 3 4 5 Hydro 26-02-1962 8-1-1962 8-1-1982 11-1-1988 11-2-1988 Hydro Hydro Hydro Hydro Hydro 230 ST ST ST ST ST CT CC ST CT CC ST CT CT CT ST ST ST ST ST ST 40 40 50 50 50 242 64 64 150 150 150 56 34 56 724 50 210 33 33 33 99 55 55 210 210 210 210 950 105 96 35 35 166 124 30 30 30 90 90 20 210 46 46 50 50 50 64 64 150 85 80 40 40 20 543 30 210 30 31 32 93 40 40 190 200 200 200 870 80 54 35 35 30 30 30 20 180 40.

00 106.00 42.75 20 23. No. Abdur Rouf.00 17.00 30.00 0.35 1150 4532 110 110 360 90 450 30 88.00 0.00 94.00 10.00 15.00 106.00 17.5 Remark 2 Sum Bheramara HSD Sum 3 Saidpur Sum Thakurgaon Barisal O/LDO/HSD 4 5 LDO HSD 6 7 8 9 10 Sum Rangpur Bhola Baghabari Baghabari 100 MW HSD F/ Oil HSD Gas Gas Coal Under maint.00 32.00 3723 #2 Under maint.00 2.00 97.00 8 18 1 1 1 Gas F.00 90.Sl. Page 15 of 54 .50 2.00 2020. Baghabari BMPP Megnaghat. since 17/11/05 Barapukuria Sub Total (West) Mix Sector : Rural Power Company (RPC) 1 (Mymensingh) Sub Total Private Sector : 1 2 3 4 5 6 Haripur BMPP KPCL Haripur .6 20 6 1.AES 479 2 2 Gas Gas 1-9-1999 10-10-2000 CT CT 140 70 70 140 70 70 106. oil Gas Gas Gas Gas 30-06-1999 12-10-1998 23-05-2001 1-12-2001 26-06-1999 26-11-2002 01-09-2003 CT D CC CT CCPP 110 110 360 90 450 30 1150 5275. Name of Power Station Unit No. AES.00 3.35 Present Generation Capacity (MW) 210 390 50 21 0 71 2763 50 90 14 18 172 18 19 19 56 2 20 22 4 2 16 16 34 20 0 71 100 Peak Hour Generation (MW) 170. Eng.00 50. Shazibul Hoque.6 20 20 42.00 73.00 209. since 24/01/06 REB 11x3 Sub Total (private) Grant Total Prepared by: Engr.00 52.00 0.00 15.75 6 2.00 320.5 71 100 250 805.00 350.00 18. 2 Type of Fuel Date of Commissioning 21-09-1997 Type of Plant ST ST CT CT 11 Sikalbaha 1 1 2 Gas 24-04-1984 13-10-1986 23-10-1986 Sum Sub-Total (East) 1 Khulna 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 1-4 1-2 1 2 1 1-2 1st 2 2 F.5 47.00 18.00 16.00 1094. Engr.00 14.00 12.00 20.00 442.00 0. KM Nayeem Khan. oil/SKO 25-05-1973 7-7-1984 7-6-1980 3-6-1980 28-07-1976 27-04-1976 19-01-1980 25-06-1981 17-09-1987 06-06-1966 1975-1980 05-08-1984 04-10-1987 16-08-1988 08-10-1988 1975-80 04-06-1991 25-11-2001 31-01-2006 15-02-2006 ST ST CT CT CT CT CT D CT D D CT CT CT D D CT CT Installed Capacity (MW) 210 420 60 28 28 116 3180 60 110 28 28 226 20 20 20 60 3.00 502.

Abdur Rouf. GT NEPC.List of Independent Power Producer (1996-2001) Implemented under Private Sector Power Generation Policy of Bangladesh SI No 1 Name of Power Plant Khulna Power Company Ltd. Shazibul Hoque. KM Nayeem Khan.40 US$/GJ.79* 1. Comilla PBS-1) Total Fuel Type F. Engine Generator Baghabari.83 (For liquid fuel) 4.41 4. (KPCL). Present Gas Price: 1.40 (For Gas) Plant Factor 80% Minimum Offtake Payment **OMT charge 2 3 4 Gas Gas Gas 90 110 140 90 110 140 1/6/1998 10/3/1998 1994 26/06/99 30/06/99 14/04/01 4. Ltd.73* 2. Page 16 of 54 . Eng. Prepared by: Engr. WESTMONT. Haripur. (Dhaka PBS-1.30 4. Maintenance and Capacity Payment Tariff) for the 50% energy of the plant at 50% OMT rate and FT (only Fuel Tariff) for actual energy. Haripur CC AES. Mymensingh.30 80% 80% 80% **OMT charge **OMT charge Capacity Payment Capacity Payment Capacity Payment Capacity Payment 5 6 7 Gas Gas Gas 240 120 450 3X10=30 360 450 30 17/09/1998 29/07/1999 10/2/2000 03/06/01 (SC) 01/12/01 (CC) 26/11/02 1/10/2003 2. GT AES. (RPCL). Oil Installed Capacity (MW) 110 Generation Capability (MW) 110 Date of Signing Agreements/ Security Package 16/10/1997 Commercial Operation Date (COD) 12/10/1998 Contracted Levelized Tariff (US cents/kWh) 5. Ltd. Meghnaghat CC Summit Power Co.65 Tk/kWh 85% 85% 75% 1290 1290 * Based on Indicative Gas Price: 2. Gas Generator Rural Power Co. Narsingdi PBS-1.20 US$/GJ **If the plant is operated at less than 50% in any month then payment of the OMT (Operation. Engr.

Maintenance and Capacity Payment Tariff) for the 50% energy of the plant at 50% OMT rate and FT (only Fuel Tariff) for actual energy. GT Rural Power Co. Eng. 2006 September. Ltd. Engr. Ltd. (Comilla PBS-1) Summit Power Co.S.S. (Narsingdi PBS-1) Summit Power Co.79 4. (Dhaka PBS. Ltd.T of PBS 622 1222 622 1222 * Based on Indicative Gas Price: 2.7865* 75% 7 Gas 24 24 8 Gas 13 13 28-06-2005 9 Gas 25 25 20-03-2006 2006 (After 13 month from agreement) 2006 (After 13 month from agreement) 2007 Less than 3 Paisa from B.73* 2. Shazibul Hoque.T of PBS Less than 3 Paisa from B. Page 17 of 54 . (Dhaka PBS-1) Sub-total (4-8) Total 4 5 Gas Gas 40 70 40 70 28-03-2004 August. Abdur Rouf. WESTMONT. Meghnaghat CC Summit Power Co. BON Consortium Summit Power Co.T of PBS Less than 3 Paisa from B. IA on April. (RPCL).40 US$/GJ. Haripur CC AES.S. 2006 2.List of Independent Power Plant Producer (2001-2006) Implemented under Private Sector Power Generation Policy of Bangladesh SI No 1 2 3 Name of Power Plant Fuel Type Gas Gas Gas Installed Capacity (MW) 240 120 450 3X10=30 Generation Capability (MW) 120 450 30 Date of Signing Agreements/ Security Package 17-09-1998 29-07-1999 10-02-2000 Commercial Operation Date (COD) 03-06-01 (SC) 0112-01 (CC) 26/11/02 1/10/2003 Contracted Levelized Tariff (US ents/kWh) 2. Mymensingh.79* 1. GT Meghnaghat CC (2nd Phase). Prepared by: Engr. Comilla PBS) 2nd Baghabari. Ltd. Present Gas Price: 1.65 Tk/kWh Plant Factor 75% 75% 75% Minimum Offtake Payment Capacity Payment Capacity Payment Capacity Payment **OMT charge Capacity Payment Capacity Payment AES.30 80% 80% 6 Gas 450 450 Signing PPA. Ltd. 2006 28-06-2005 2008 2. KM Nayeem Khan.20 US$/GJ ** If the plant is operated at less than 50% in any month then payment of the OMT (Operation. Narsingdi PBS.

60%.79 Us Cents at 85% plant factor (PF) at gas Price USD 2. Fuel Price decreases with Monthly If the Plant is operated at less than 50% in any month then payment of the OMT for the 50% energy of the plant at 50% OMT rate and FT for actual energy. Khulna 110 MW 5.60%.30 US cents at 80% plant factor (PF) at gas price USD 1.4/GJ which includes the supply of 1395 Mkwh electricity to BPDB prior to COD free of cost. Narayangonj 110 MW 4. capacity for fixed cost.70% &80% PF) FT for fuel OMT For Operation & Maintenance FT is same at varying PF. Shazibul Hoque. 6 7 Submission of invoice Minimum Guaranteed payment FT+OMT (at 50%. Monthly If the Plant is operated at less than 50% in any month then payment of the OMT for the 50% energy of the plant at 50% OMT rate and FT for actual energy.70% &80% PF) FT for fuel OMT For Operation & Maintenance FT is same at varying PF.117/ MSCF (Plant is being operated by gas) Rural Power Company Ltd 15 Years Shambhugonj. Monthly Capacity payment for the month and energy Payment for actual energy dispatched Monthly Capacity payment for the month and energy Payment for actual energy dispatched Prepared by: Engr. OMT per kwh decreases with increases with increasing PF Monthly If the Plant is operated at less than 50% in any month then payment of the OMT for the 50% energy of the plant at 50% OMT rate and FT for actual energy.70% &80% PF) FT for fuel OMT For Operation & Maintenance FT is same at varying PF. Fuel price is same at varying PF Capacity+ Energy . Fuel Price decreases with 1 2 3 4 Term of the Agreement Site for the Power Plant Contracted Capacity Levelised Tariff 5 Tariff Structure FT+OMT (at 50%.40 3us cents at 80% plant factor (PF) at gas Price USD 1. energy for fuel & variable O&M.313 US cents at 80% plant factor (PF) at gas price USD 1. Monthly If the Plant is operated at less than 50% in any month then payment of the OMT for the 50% energy of the plant at 50% OMT rate and FT for actual energy. Mymenshing 140 MW 4. FT+OMT (at 50%. Page 18 of 54 . Engr. OMT per kwh decreases with increases with increasing PF.60%. Capacity+ Energy Capacity for fixed cost energy for fuel & Variable O&M.73 US cents at 85 % plant factor (PF) at gas price USD 2.30 US cents at 80% plant factor (PF) at gas price USD 1.117/ MSCF (Plant is being operated by gas) AES Haripur Private Ltd 22 years Haripur Narayangonj 360 MW 2.4/GJ (Plant is being operated by gas) AES Meghnaghat Ltd 22 years Meghnaghat 450 MW 2. Subject Khulna Power Company 15 Years Goalpara. capacity for fixed cost. KM Nayeem Khan. Abdur Rouf.117/MSCF(Plant is being operated by gas) NEPC Consortium Power Ltd 15 Years Haripur. energy for fuel & variable O&M.83 U$ cents for liquid fuel 4.(Plant is being operated by gas) Capacity+ Energy .117/MSCF (Plant is being operated by gas) Westmont Power Bangladesh Ltd 15 Years Bgahabari Sirajgonj 130 MW (90 MW in Operation) 4. Eng. OMT per kwh decreases with increases with increasing PF.Salient Features of Different IPP’s Sl No.

Engr. Eng.Salient Features of Different IPP’s Sl No. KM Nayeem Khan. Abdur Rouf. Subject Khulna Power Company Within 45 days after submission of bill NEPC Consortium Power Ltd Within 45 days after submission of bill Westmont Power Bangladesh Ltd Within 45 days after submission of bill Rural Power Company Ltd Within 35 days after submission of bill (bill is submitted after 7 days of the following month) Bank Rate L/c provided by BPDB of 2 month capacity Payment. Page 19 of 54 . Shazibul Hoque. The company can collect the amount from PBS who are the share holder of RPC against the electricity bill to be paid by them to BPDB Indexation is made for the foreign currency portion of the tariff with the prevailing exchange rate for dollar to taka Foreign portion of the tariff is indexed with the variation of the US CPl from the reference value (it is limited within 1% increase from the previous quarter) Local portion of the tariff is indexed with local inflation from reference value AES Haripur Private Ltd Within 25 days after submission of bill (bill is submitted after 7 days of the following month) Bank Rate+ 4% L/C Provided by BPDB of 2 months Capacity payment and also by GOB Guarantee AES Meghnaghat Ltd Within 25 days after submission of bill (bill is submitted after 7 days of the following month) Bank Rate+ 4% L/C Provided by BPDB of 2 months Capacity payment and also by GOB Guarantee 8 Payment due date 9 10 Late payment interest at the rate of Payment is Guaranteed by Bank Rate Letter of Credit (L/C) provided by BPDB of 2 months MGP and also by GOB Guarantee Bank Rate Letter of Credit (L/C) provided by BPDB of 2 months MGP and also by GOB Guarantee Bank Rate Letter of Credit (L/C) provided by BPDB of 2 months MGP and also by GOB Guarantee 11 Exchange rate indexation 99% of the OMT payment is indexed with prevailing exchange rate for doller to taka 99% of the OMT payment is indexed with prevailing exchange rate for doller to taka 12 Inflation indexation Built in within the tariff Built in within the tariff Indexation is made for the foreign currency portion of the tariff with the prevailing exchange rate for dollar to taka Built in within the tariff Indexation is made for the foreign currency portion of the tariff with the prevailing exchange rate for dollar to taka Foreign portion of the tariff is indexed with the variation of the US CPl from the reference value (it is limited within 1% increase from the previous quarter) Local portion of the tariff is indexed with local inflation from reference value Indexation is made for the foreign currency portion of the tariff with the prevailing exchange rate for dollar to taka Foreign portion of the tariff is indexed with the variation of the US CPl from the reference value (it is limited within 1% increase from the previous quarter) Local portion of the tariff is indexed with local inflation from reference value Prepared by: Engr.

5 days for every 3rd year. Eng. Shazibul Hoque.5 days AES Meghnaghat Ltd 13 Permitted Outage 36.5 days each year except every 3rd year having 51. Subject Khulna Power Company 36 days each year except every 5th year having 48 days NEPC Consortium Power Ltd 36 days each year except every 5th year having 48 days Westmont Power Bangladesh Ltd 36 days each year except every 5th year having 48 days Rural Power Company Ltd 36.5 days each year except every 3rd year having 57 days.5 days AES Haripur Private Ltd 36. KM Nayeem Khan. 14 Number of free start up No limit No limit No limit 15 16 Start up payment for each start up beyond the no of free start up Liquidated Damages for less availability of the plant than required as per agreement No payment No payment No payment Liquidated damage are to be paid to BPDB by each company for less availability than required as per agreement Liquidated damage are to be paid to BPDB by each company for less availability than required as per agreement Liquidated damage are to be paid to BPDB by each company for less availability than required as per agreement 30 for each gas turbine (120 total annually) USD 1120 for each gas turbine Start up Liquidated damage are to be paid to BPDB by each company for less availability than required as per agreement 11 start up annually 20 for each gas turbine (40 total annually) USD 5000 AND payment of gas for 500 GJ for each gas turbine Liquidated damage are to be paid to BPDB by each company for less availability than required as per agreement USD1380 Liquidated damage are to be paid to BPDB by each company for less availability than required as per agreement Prepared by: Engr.5 days for each year and 51. Page 20 of 54 . Engr.5 days each year except every 3rd year having 51. Company is entitled to get incentives for its saving of outage hours from 36.Salient Features of Different IPP’s Sl No. Abdur Rouf.

KM Nayeem Khan. as per lA Westmont Power Bangladesh Ltd Rural Power Company Ltd AES Haripur Private Ltd AES Meghnaghat Ltd 17 Import permit and exemption of tax. Company and its contractors shall be allowed to import plant and equipment prior to commercial operation date and spare parts until 12 the anniversary of commercial operation date of the value of 10% of total equipment cost without paying any tax. Eng. as per lA The Company and contactors shall be entitled to import without restriction and without payment of any taxes including custom duties and VAT all items required for design.Salient Features of Different IPP’s Sl No. custom duties and VAT for the imported items The Company and contactors shall be entitled to import without restriction and without payment of any taxes including custom duties and VAT all items required for design. custom duties and VAT. custom duties and VAT. construction. completion operation and maintenance of the project as per Implementation Agreement (IA) Signed between the Company and the Govt. Company and its contractors shall be allowed to import plant and equipment prior to commercial operation date and spare parts until 12 the anniversary of commercial operation date of the value of 10% of total equipment cost without paying any tax. custom duties and VAT. Subject Khulna Power Company NEPC Consortium Power Ltd The Company and contactors shall be entitled to import without restriction and without payment of any taxes including custom duties and VAT all items required for design. as per lA NO lA signed The Company and its contractors shall be entitled to import without restriction all items required for the design. construction. completion operation and maintenance of the facility. custom duties and VAT. completion operation and maintenance of the facility. Engr. Shazibul Hoque. completion operation and maintenance of the project as per Implementation Agreement (IA) Signed between the Company and the Govt. custom duties and VAT. construction. Page 21 of 54 . Company and its contractors shall be allowed to import plant and equipment prior to commercial operation date and spare parts until 12 the anniversary of commercial operation date of the value of 10% of total equipment cost without paying any tax. as per lA The Company and its contractors shall be entitled to import without restriction all items required for the design. Abdur Rouf. completion operation and maintenance of the project as per Implementation Agreement (IA) Signed between the Company and the Govt. Company and its contractors shall be allowed to import plant and equipment prior to commercial operation date and spare parts until 12 the anniversary of commercial operation date of the value of 10% of total equipment cost without paying any tax. construction. as per lA Prepared by: Engr. construction. Company and its contractors shall be allowed to import plant and equipment prior to commercial operation date and spare parts until 12 the anniversary of commercial operation date of the value of 10% of total equipment cost without paying any tax.

Shazibul Hoque. BPDB and GOB may become the owner of the plant by paying the compensation amount as described in the agreement. Subject Khulna Power Company NEPC Consortium Power Ltd In the agreement with each company events of default of the party to the agreement is defined. In the agreement with each company events of default of the party to the agreement is defined. Each agreement has defined procedure to cure the default BPDB or GOB can terminate the Agreement any party and encash the performance bond due to company’s event of default. GOB has to pay a compensation amount in exchange of which the company transfers the plant to GOB as per lA. Each agreement has defined procedure to cure the default Company can terminate the agreement due to BPDB ir GOB event of default. In the agreement with each company events of default of the party to the agreement is defined. GOB has to pay a compensation amount which involves the amount related to debt. in that case. Engr. BPDB and GOB may become the owner of the plant by paying the compensation amount as described in the agreement. Company can terminate the agreement due to events of defaults by BPDB or GOB.Salient Features of Different IPP’s Sl No. KM Nayeem Khan. in that case. In the agreement with each company events of default of the party to the agreement is defined. Eng. Each agreement has defined procedure to cure the default BPDB or GOB can terminate the agreement due to company’s default and encash the proposal security GOB may elect to purchase the plant by paying compensation amount which involves the amount related with debt. Abdur Rouf. Each agreement has defined procedure to cure the default Any party can terminate the agreement due to default of other party. BPDB and GOB may become the owner of the plant by paying the compensation amount as described in the agreement. in that case. GOB has to pay a compensation amount in exchange of which the company transfers the plant to GOB as per lA. Each agreement has defined procedure to cure the default BPDB or GOB can terminate the Agreement any party and encash the performance bond due to company’s event of default. Company can terminate the agreement due to events of defaults by BPDB or GOB. Company can terminate the agreement due to events of defaults by BPDB or GOB. in that case. equity and other costs 19 Termination agreement of the Prepared by: Engr. GOB has to pay a compensation amount in exchange of which the company transfers the plant to GOB as per lA. Page 22 of 54 . Each agreement has defined procedure to cure the default BPDB or GOB can terminate the Agreement any party and encash the performance bond due to company’s event of default. Westmont Power Bangladesh Ltd Rural Power Company Ltd AES Haripur Private Ltd AES Meghnaghat Ltd 18 Event of default and cure of defaults In the agreement with each company events of default of the party to the agreement is defined. In the agreement with each company events of default of the party to the agreement is defined.

Page 23 of 54 .9 MW Date of Issue License 01-02-2001 License Issued by Electrical Advisor & Chief Electrical Inspector Electrical Advisor & Chief Electrical Inspector Electrical Advisor & Chief Electrical Inspector Electrical Advisor & Chief Electrical Inspector Electrical Advisor & Chief Electrical Inspector 30. 195. M/S Meghna Energy Ltd. 138. 9892091. 8312014. K. Tel: 9557621. M/S Amirate Power Co. Dhaka.00 MW 14-12-2002 3. 8817459.304 (4th floor). 121/B. Motijheel C/A. Gulshan Avenue. 2. Dhaka-1000.List of Small Power Plants (SPPs) Under Policy Guideline for small power plant in Private Sector Facilitated by Power Cell SI. M/S Rahim Energy Ltd. Dhaka-1000. M/S Surma Energy Ltd. M/S Unique Power Plant Ltd. M. Motijheel C/A. 1003. Tel: 9552880. Dhaka-1212.00 MW 20-02-2003 4. Gulshan-2. Ltd. Abdur Rouf. Tikatoli. 1. 30. 125/A. Tel: 8825982. Total : Capacity (MW) 9.00 MW 01-07-2003 5. Gulshan Avenue. Dash Lane. 10. 29/10. 10. Engr. Shazibul Hoque. Suit No. Tel: 9882438. Sena kalyon Bhaban.80 MW 27-07-2003 90.70 MW Prepared by: Engr. 9565451. Suit No. Dhaka. Eng. Tel: 9568181. KM Nayeem Khan. Name of the Plant & Address No.

No.526 (HFO) 2. Engr.016 GBB Ltd 4 Thakurgaon HFO 12.737 (Gas) Consortium Tallu 7 Siklbaha (Chittagong) Noorpore Power Co. Shazibul Hoque. 2: 25 MW on HFO/Gas. Abdur Rouf. 20 MW ± 10% Trailer/Skid Mounted. Gas Type of Fuel Quotd rate Tk/Kwh 2.524 (HFO) 2. KM Nayeem Khan.630 3 Bogra Gas 3.799 Responsive Lowest Tenderer Summit Industrial & Mercantile United & Neptune Remarks Proposal sent to Ministry on 17/04/2006 Proposal sent to Ministry on 22/03/2006 Proposal sent to Ministry on 22/03/2006 Proposal sent to Ministry on 22/03/2006 Proposal sent to Ministry on 09/04/2006 Proposal under evaluation Proposal under evaluation 2 Shahjibazar (Hobigonj) Gas 2. 20 MW ± 10% (with Dual fuel Provision) Trailer/Skid Mounted. Eng. 100 MW ± 20% (with Dual fuel Provision) Barge Mounted.323 (HFO) 2. Page 24 of 54 . 1 Name of Power Plant with location Kumargoan (Sylhet) Plant Capacity 20 MW ± 10% Trailer/Skid Mounted. Plant No.230 Consortium Tallu 5 Fenchugonj (Sylhet) Plant No. HFO for 2 yrs Gas for 13 yrs Option 1: HFO for 2 yrs Gas for 13 yrs Option 2: Oil for 15 yrs 2.538 (Gas) Option 1: 10. HFO for 5 yrs Gas for 10 yrs Hosaf-CMEC Proposal under evaluation Note: HFO: Heavy Furnasce Oil Prepared by: Engr. 80 MW ± 10% Trailer/Skid Mounted.565 (Gas) Option 2: 10. 1: 25 MW on Gas.486 (HFO) 11. 50 MW ± 10% (with Dual fuel Provision) Trailer/Skid Mounted. 20 MW ± 10% (with Dual fuel Provision) Trailer/Skid Mounted.830 Ornate Service Ltd 6 Katakhali (Rajshahi) 8. Ltd 8 Noapara (Jessore) 50 MW ± 20% (with Dual fuel Provision) Barge Mounted.Salient features regarding Rental Power Plant in BPDB Sl.

DESA and Central Name of Sub Station Hasnabad Tongi Zone Installed (MVAR) 3 x 5 = 15 2 x 5 = 10 Remarks -Do-Do- Installed Total: = 400 MVAR Prepared by: Engr. Engr. Abdur Rouf. KM Nayeem Khan.Installation of Capacitor Bank for Power Factor Improvement A. Khulna Zone: Name of Sub Station Khulna Central Jhenidah Jessore Barisal Faridpur Installed (MVAR) 5 x 5 = 25 2 x 5 = 10 3 x 5 = 15 4 x 5 = 20 2 x 5 = 10 Remarks Voltage condition and Prower factor has improved after installation -Do-Do-Do-Do- 4. Chittagong Zone: Name of Sub Station Madunaghat Halishahar Kulshi Installed (MVAR) 3 x 5 = 15 4 x 5 = 20 3 x 5 = 15 Remarks Voltage condition and Prower factor has improved after installation -Do-Do- 3. Page 25 of 54 . Eng. Rajshahi and Rangpur Zone: Name of Sub Station Ishurdi Natore Bogra Rajshahi Rangpur Saidpur Thankurgaon Naogaon Installed (MVAR) 6 x 5 = 30 4 x 5 = 20 8 x 5 = 40 4 x 5 = 20 8 x 5 = 40 8 x 5 = 40 7 x 5 = 35 4 x 5 = 20 Remarks Voltage condition and Prower factor has improved after installation -Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do-Do- 2. Installed by PGCB: List of Existing Capacitor Bank Connected to 33 kV Bus 1. Shazibul Hoque.

Engr. Page 26 of 54 . Abdur Rouf.Capacitor Bank at 7 Grid Sub-stations Project 1. Eng. Comilla Zone: Name of Sub Station Sylhet Capacity (MVAR) 5 x 4 = 20 Remarks Under Installation 3. Dhaka Zone: Name of Sub Station Tongi Ullon Mirpur Kabirpur Hasnabad Capacity (MVAR) 10 x 4 = 40 10 x 4 = 40 10 x 4 = 40 5 x 4 = 20 5 x 4 = 20 Remarks Voltage condition and Prower factor has improved after installation -Do-Do-Do-Do- 2. Northern Zone: Name of Sub Station Thakurgaon/Palashbari Chapi Nowabganj Capacity (MVAR) 5 x 4 = 20 5 x 4 = 20 Total Capacity: = 220 MVAR Remarks Under Installation Under Installation Capacitor Banks Under Installation by Greater Chittagong Project Name of Sub-station Bakulia 132/33 kV Dohazari 132/33 kV Cox's Bazar 132/33 kV Baraulia 132/33 kV Hathazari 230/132 kV Installed (MVAR) 5 x 7 = 35 5 x 6 = 30 5 x 7 = 35 5 x 7 = 35 5 x 7 = 35 Total Capacity: = 170 MVAR Prepared by: Engr. Shazibul Hoque. KM Nayeem Khan.

KM Nayeem Khan. Khulna Zone: Name of Sub-station Barisal 132/33 kV Jessore 132/33 kV Madaripur 132/33 kV Capacity (MVAR) 2 x 45 = 90 2 x 45 = 90 Capacity (MVAR) 1 x 45 = 45 1 x 45 = 45 1 x 45 = 45 Capacity (MVAR) 1 x 45 = 45 1 x 45 = 45 1 x 45 = 45 Total Capacity: = 450 B. Requirem ent Total MVAR 8 63. Installed by DESA: Report as on 26-06-2006 Total Demand in DESA System MVAR MVAR 2 309. Page 27 of 54 .90 Work under Implementation Fixed Type MVAR 6 15. Prepared by: Engr. Shazibul Hoque.90 Total MVAR 5 139. Chittagong Name of Sub-station Hathazari 230/132 kV Dohazari 132/33 kV Bakulia 132/33 kV 3.00 Functioning Capacitor Bank in System Fixed Type MVAR 3 81.Capacitor Banks to be Installed by 2008 Under Shunt Compensation Project of PGCB 1. Sl.00 Switch Type MVAR 4 58.00 Remark 1 1 9 After installation of 139.10 Add. Engr. Abdur Rouf. Eng.00 Switch Type MVAR 7 91. Dhaka Zone: Name of Sub-station Rampura 230/132 kV Aminbazar 230/132 kV 2. No.90 MVAR capacitor bank about 3% of capacity released in system and power factor improved.

900 KVAR AvMvgx GK gv‡mi g‡a¨ †Wm‡Kvi 6 (Qq) wU we q I weZiY wefv‡M cÖwZwU 300 KVAR ¶gZv m¤úbœ 8 (AvU) wU K¨vcvwmUi e¨vsK ¯’vcb Kiv n‡e hvi ¶gZv me©‡gvU 14.950 KVAR Kj¨vYcyi .12. Installed by REB: cwe‡ev 11 †Kwf jvB‡b BwZg‡a¨ 59wU mwgwZ‡Z 105 †gMvfvi K¨vcvwmUi ¯’vcb K‡i‡Q| cÖ‡qvRb Abyhvqx Av‡iv K¨vcvwmUi ¯’vc‡bi wbwg‡Ë gvjvgvj msMÖn cÖw qvaxb iwnqv‡Q| D. Eng.7. Installed by DESCO †Wm‡Kv GjvKvi ¯’vcbK…Z K¨vcvwmUi e¨vsK Gi Z_¨ evwiaviv .11.300 KVAR DËiv .200 KVAR ¸jkvb . Shazibul Hoque.Installation of Capacitor Bank for Power Factor Improvement C. Page 28 of 54 .800 KVAR cj−ex .18. Engr. Abdur Rouf.7.200 KVAR Kvdi“j .400 KVAR | †Wm‡Kv Gwiqv‡Z 0.7. KM Nayeem Khan.95 Gi Dci cvIqvi †d±i †gBb‡UBb Kiv n‡”Q hvi d‡j jvBb †fv‡ëR I jvBb K¨vcvwmwU e„w× †c‡q‡Q| Prepared by: Engr.

Page 29 of 54 .47% Period-2 Actual Generation (MW) 3033 3248 3458 3622 3751 3812 Load Shedding (MW) 663 367 468 694 770 891 (2001-2006) Financial Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 (upto Mar. Engr. Abdur Rouf.97% Prepared by: Engr.80% 31.20% 30. Shazibul Hoque.69% 24.79% 20.40% 31. Eng.47% 27.49% 22. 2006) System Loss (%) 28.60% 28.97% 25.30% 31. KM Nayeem Khan.YEARWISE POWER GENERATION & LOAD SHEDDING Period-1 Actual Generation (MW) 2087 2114 2136 2449 2665 3033 Load Shedding (MW) 545 674 711 774 536 663 (1996-2001) Financial Year System Loss (%) 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 31.

inability to service debt. which will enable to address management issues within the power sector and visualize the improvement against the measures taken up by the management. Power Cell initiated a program called “GIS based Load Management System” to improve the total system for efficient and optimal allocation of the available power supply. poor maintenance and poor planning because of weak finances have resulted in low availability of state-owned power plants. Since the resource is limited. Prepared by: Engr. lack of resources for expansion and major maintenance. Shazibul Hoque. Inadequate supply. GIS integrated different levels of information on supply and demand form concerned departments. Demand also varies over the year for irrigation and summer. If such factors are not included in the allocation of electricity it cannot be rationalized. Page 30 of 54 .Load Management System using GIS technology Background and Rational The supply of electricity and access to it has great impact national economy. lack of commercial orientation and inefficient management. operational failure of power stations add to the shortage the situation more difficult. high nontechnical and commercial loss. serious transmission and distribution bottlenecks and equipment failures. The average generation of electricity 3000 MW compared to average demand of 4400 MW. KM Nayeem Khan. A with all the address the instructed historical system for objectives. The demand of Electricity is not constant. Abdur Rouf. The crisis of electricity become critical at dry season during the irrigation season. Eng. it is felt necessary to use GIS based Load Management System. CEGIS was to provide assistance for preparing the plan by analysis demand and irrigation data and develop a decision support optimal allocation of power to fulfill the Government on the population increasing is about Temporary and make most beginning wanted to country. the Government of Bangladesh use the generated electricity for the most betterment of the meeting was held chaired by the Secretary. a rational approach has to be established to priorities between demands to address the most critical needs that would have more contribution to the national growth. Only about one third of the country’s has access to electricity. Irrigation activity does not start simultaneously in all part of the country. power division agencies involved in power generation and distribution to up coming crisis period in a planned way. Engr. It varies over time and location based on the people’s activity. The major constraints of the Bangladesh power sector improvement is high accounts receivable. At the of next irrigation season. In order to understand and visualize the issues concerning load management an its distribution. Similarly commercial demand varies over the period of the day. The demand of electricity is also at about 8% per year.

an analysis was carried out to estimate the irrigation demand and its distribution over Bangladesh using Remote Sensing and DAE data as a example shown bellow (18 April 2006 scenario). Page 31 of 54 . The irrigation demand by zones are shown bellow but total demand of all the zones never come same time. Eng.Irrigation Demand and Allocation In early February. KM Nayeem Khan. Shazibul Hoque. Even the total demand is about 1260 MW but actually supply is about 760 MW as the load diversion is much less than the total demand. Abdur Rouf. Engr. REB and PDB ensure minimum 8 hours electric supply during irrigation period. Peak irrigation demand varies zone to zone depending on climate and land use characteristics. Area Dhaka Mymemsingh Sylhet Comilla Chittagong Khulna Barisal Rajshahi Rangpur Irrigation Demand (MW) 42 128 0 76 18 220 14 311 230 Prepared by: Engr.

Eng. Shazibul Hoque. Engr. KM Nayeem Khan. Page 32 of 54 . Load shed was computed for each zone and by distribution agencies as well as for the day and evening peak time as shown bellow. Abdur Rouf.Demand and Supply Base on daily data from PGCB and other organization. Prepared by: Engr. the Load Management Software produce set of outputs for the efficient management.

4. Abdur Rouf. Prepared by: Engr. Page 33 of 54 . 2. Eng.Load Management in Dhaka City Both DESA and DESCO prepared a schedule for load shed for each feeder/distribution system under different load availability scenarios. Shazibul Hoque. To provide Daily Load Schedule to the public user. Engr. Store Public feed back on load Schedule to make interaction between power division of Bangladesh and the End User. KM Nayeem Khan. Generate customize report on the basis of different query on Load Schedule and public reply 3 Integrate web base GIS to make better understanding to the user. Based on the planned load shed schedule and predicted load availability a web based load management software were developed as in the following page. The program has following objectives: 1.

33 2.66 2.66 1.91 3.83 2.Dhaka Electric Supply Company Limited (DESCO) Load Shedding on 11kV Feeders Allocation of Dhaka City .33 3.75 2.58 2.66 3 2.83 2.96 2.33 4.91 1.33 3 3.66 4.5 3. Ibrahimpur (S & D Kafrul) * 3.33 2.33 3.66 4.66 4.83 12:00 3.66 2. KM Nayeem Khan.16 3 2. (S & D Rokeyasharoni West. Abdur Rouf.33 2.83 2.66 1.25 3.83 2.5 3.16 3.33 4.75 2.33 4.33 3.66 1.46 South Kafrul Sec-14 to Rajanigondha Market(East (S & D Kafrul) Side).46 4.5 3.66 1.75 2.66 1.33 3. Barobag.33 2.75 2.75 2.33 4.75 4 * 3.75 3 3 3 3 2.33 4.5 14:00 3.83 3.75 2.91 2.66 3.33 2.33 3.33 2. Nam Garden.33 4.33 2. South Kafrul Vasantek.16 3.75 2. Shazibul Hoque. Dhamalcot.66 1.66 1.83 2.66 1.28 3.5 4.66 4.33 3.4 3.83 3.5 4.66 1.66 1.41 3.33 1.66 1.66 1.11 3.58 11:00 2.75 3.33 2.66 2.33 4.25 3.66 3.66 1.4 2.5 4.1300 MW Allocation of Substation -19 MW Load Sheding Time (Hourly) Area under the Feeders 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00 0:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 Sec-6 Block#Ka.5 13:00 3.66 2.3 4.66 2.16 3 2.33 2.25 3.5 3.33 2.9 2.83 3.16 2 * Feeder Load (MW) Load Shedding Period Prepared by: Engr.75 3.66 1.33 3.33 3.83 3.75 2.33 * 1. Page 34 of 54 .75 3.67 * 4. Senpara (S & D Kafrul) Kazipara Cant Bazar Sec-14 to Old Kachukhet West Side (S & D Kafrul) Ibrahimpur Navy Colony.66 3. Shapla Housing. West Monipur Kallyanpur) Senpara.66 15:00 16:00 3. Chaurongi Market. First Housing * 3.28 3.55 3.33 3. Lalasarai.83 3.16 3.83 1.75 2.83 2.91 3. Monipur. 1 no Building.66 2.83 2.5 3.66 1.75 4 Substation:.25 3.15 3.83 1.33 4.96 3.25 2 1.66 1.83 1.66 1.16 3.66 1.Kafrul 33/11kV Feeder Name & User Division Monipur (S & D Kallyanpur) * 3.83 2.83 2.58 3.16 3.66 1.96 3.25 2 1.16 Muktizoddah 10 no Gollchokkor.33 2.66 1. Vasantek (S & D Kafrul) Dewanpara * 2.25 3.83 2 2 2.7 2. Eng. Engr.13 3.66 1.41 2.

Lalasarai.6 6 1.3 3 2.1 6 3.83 3.3 3 3.5 8 11: 00 2.6 6 15: 00 3.7 5 2. Chaurongi Market.5 14: 00 3.4 3.7 5 2.8 3 1. Nam Garden.8 3 5:0 0 2.3 3 2.7 5 2. KM Nayeem Khan.5 3. Dewanpara 17:0 0 * 3.5 3.9 6 3. Shapla Housing.5 22: 00 4.3 3 2.2 5 3.8 3 4:0 0 2.5 13: 00 3.8 3 1.25 2 1.55 3.75 2.33 4.33 * 4.16 3.33 3.3 3 1. Page 35 of 54 .33 4.6 6 4.33 4.46 4.7 5 3.33 21: 00 4.33 3.1 3 3.3 20:0 0 4.6 6 3 2.6 6 2.6 6 1.16 Muktizoddah (S & D Kallyanpur) Senpara (S & D Kafrul) Cant Bazar (S & D Kafrul) * 3.1 1 3.3 3 2.6 6 3.3 3 9: 00 3.46 4.1 6 2 * Feeder Load (MW) Load Shedding Period Prepared by: Engr.7 2. Abdur Rouf.7 5 2.75 3.66 19:0 0 4.1 6 3.33 4.33 3.9 1 1.7 5 16: 00 4 Feeder Name & User Division Monipur (S & D Kallyanpur) * 3.8 3 3.7 5 4 * 3.8 3 2.2 8 3.6 6 2.2 5 3.8 3 12: 00 3. Barobag. Engr.75 2.5 8 2.3 3 2.5 10: 00 3.3 3 3.1 5 3 3. Monipur.5 3.91 1: 00 3.2 8 3.8 3 3.8 3 2.Dhaka Electric Supply Company Limited (DESCO) Load Shedding on 11kV Feeders Allocation of Dhaka City 1200 MW Allocation of Substation -18 MW Load Sheding Time (Hourly) Area under the Feeders Sec-6 Block#Ka.6 6 2.16 3.2 5 3.8 3 2 2 2.8 3 2.5 3.91 3.3 3 3.1 6 2: 00 3 3:0 0 2.5 8 3. Rokeyasharoni West. Kazipara Sec-14 to Old Kachukhet West Side Sec-14 to Rajanigondha Market(East Side).6 6 1.9 1 2.8 3 2. Eng.3 3 4.8 3 7: 00 2.1 6 3 2.6 6 1. Shazibul Hoque.3 3 2.3 3 2.6 6 3.7 5 2. Dhamalcot.6 6 23:0 0 4.8 3 2.7 5 3.1 6 3.83 18:0 0 3.5 4.25 0: 00 3.7 5 3 3 3 3 2.4 1 3.6 6 2.5 4.33 3.6 6 2.8 3 6: 00 2.8 3 1.7 5 2.7 5 2.8 3 8: 00 3.33 2.3 3 3.33 3.6 6 1.9 2. First Housing 10 no Gollchokkor.25 3.9 6 4. 1 no Building.33 2.96 3. West Monipur Senpara.66 4.3 3 3.4 South Kafrul (S & D Kafrul) Vasantek (S & D Kafrul) * 2.6 6 2. South Kafrul Vasantek.

64% 7. Engr.e. 7.37 38. Sylhet Sirajgonj ESU 498. 11.26% 18. BPDB Project of Meter (Nos. per month revenue collection increases Tk.) Number of Meter (Nos. Lac) Increase of revenue collectio n (%) Avg. Bogra 414.Pre-Paid Metering A.23% Town-01 Feeder. feeder System loss before Meter Installation (%) Avg. KM Nayeem Khan. 15. 7.00 - 19. 10. per month revenue collection Avg.97% - Revenue Collection increases 38% i.) Per Month Collection before Implementatio n of PrePayment Meter (Tk.11% 7.70 3039-1P 763P Feeder wise collection did not prepare on that time Avg. Avg. 3.36% Avg. Chittagong 649.26% Hospital Feeder.00% 19.00% 20. Abdur Rouf.58 5789-1P 204-3P Feeder wise collection did not prepare on that time Feeder wise collection did not prepare on that time Avg.00 - 23. Sylhet 306. Shazibul Hoque.00% Reduces System Loss 2. Eng.e. Feeder System Loss at Present (%) Achievement Benefit Remarks Name of the Project Site Shajalal Upshahar feeder. 7.90 Per Month Collection after Implementation of Pre-Payment Meter (Tk.93 2400-1P 203P Avg.60 30.75% Reduces System Loss 11. Sirajgonj 453.41% Reduces System Loss 12.57 5500-1P 80-3P Extension Under Revenue Budget Contract Under Process - 1200-1P 300-3P Tender Under Process Prepared by: Engr.47 lac Revenue Collection increases 30% i. Lac) Avg.60 lac Per month revenue collection Avg.54 3400-1P 104-3P Agrabad H-17 Feeder. Page 36 of 54 . 3.60 lac - Investment will be return within 05 yrs 06 months Investment will be return within 06 Investment will be return within 07 yrs 06 months Investment of meters on going Partial Area of Shajalal Upshahar and Supanighal Feeder.

05% 17. feeder System loss before Meter Installation (%) Avg. Chittagong Stadium H-05 Feeder.) Number of Meter (Nos. Lac) Increas e of revenue collecti on (%) Avg.79 8500-1P 450-3P 26. Abdur Rouf. Engr. Eng.00 Million) 24. Shazibul Hoque.) Per Month Collection before Implementati on of PrePayment Meter (Tk. Lac) Per Month Collection after Implementatio n of PrePayment Meter (Tk.Pre-Paid Metering Name of the Project Site Project of Meter (Nos.25% 2235. Page 37 of 54 .34% - - - Project will be completed within June 2007 DPP for Chittagong Zone Prepayment Metering Project DPP for Rajshahi Zone Prepayment Metering Project DPP for Central Zone Prepayment Metering Project DPP for Comilla Zone Prepayment Metering Project - 358000-1P 9800-3P Country Wide Application Program for Prepayment Metering Project DPP is Submitter in Planning Commission - 252000-1P 6075-3P 218000-1P 3250-3P 133000-1P 4050-3P DPP is Submitter in Planning Commission - DPP is Submitter in Planning Commission - DPP is Submitter in Planning Commission Prepared by: Engr. Chittagong Khulshi H-03 Feeder. Feeder System Loss at Presen t (%) Achievement Benefit Remarks Khulshi H-01 Feeder. KM Nayeem Khan. Chittagong Under KW Grant (Euro 4.

DESA UvY©Kx wfwˇZ wcÖ-‡cÖBW GbvwR© wgUvi mieivn. KM Nayeem Khan. Gi c¶ nB‡Z gvbbxq we`y¨r cÖwZgš¿x g‡nv`‡qi `߇i GKwU Awf‡hvMcÎ `vwLj Kiv nq| miKvix q Kvh© ‡gi ¯^”QZv I Revew`wnZv cÖwZôvi j‡¶¨ welqwUi Z`š— Kivi Rb¨ cÖwZgš¿x g‡nv`q wb‡`©k cÖ`vb K‡ib| m~Î bsweR¡vLm/wetDt-1/†Wmv/wewea 8/2000/488.†cÖBW wgUvi ¯’vcb Kiv n‡q‡Q| GwcÖj 2005 Ges GwcÖj 2006 Gi Z_¨ ch©v‡jvPbv K‡i †`Lv hvq †h.J. Engr. cwiPvjb I msi¶Y Kv‡Ri `icÎ 23/02/04 Bs ZvwiL AvnŸvb Kiv nq| D³ `ic‡Î 2200 wU wm‡½j †dR wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi Ges 300 wU w_ª †dR wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi mieiv‡ni ms¯’vb i‡q‡Q| G cÖK‡í A_©vqb †Wmvi ivR¯^ LvZ n‡Z wgUv‡bvi e¨e¯’v i‡q‡Q| wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi ¯’vcb Kv‡Ri AvnŸvbK…Z `icÎwU MZ 25/07/2005 Bs Zvwi‡L evwZj Kiv nq| †Wmvi wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi q ms vš— wel‡q D³ `ic‡Î AskMÖnYKvix K. ¯’vcb cwiPvjb I msi¶Y KvR| ‡Wmv GjvKvq wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvwis c×wZ Pvjy Kivi D‡Ï‡k¨ GKwU cvBjU cÖ‡R±i AvIZvq we q I weZiY wefvM ‡m¸bevwMPvi i“wPZv 11 †Kwf wdWvi Ges weRq bMi 11 †Kwf wdWv‡ii Aax‡b mKj MÖvnK Avw½bvq wcÖ-‡cÖBW wgUvwis ¯’vc‡bi cwiKíbv Kiv n‡q‡Q| i“wPZv wdWv‡i 233 Rb Ges weRqbMi wdWv‡i 1643 Rb MÖvnK i‡q‡Q| UvY©Kx wfwˇZ wcÖ-‡cBW GbvwR© wgUvi mieivn. ¯’vcb. Page 38 of 54 . Eng. D³ MÖvnK‡`i we`y¨‡Zi e¨envi 14. & Associated Ltd. Abdur Rouf.55 e„w× †c‡q‡Q| GQvovI D³ ch©v‡jvPbvq 5-6% wm‡÷g jm n«vm †c‡q‡Q D³ MÖvnK‡`i we`y¨r weZi‡Yi †¶‡Î| C. R¡vjvbx I LwbR m¤ú` gš¿Yvjq n‡Z †Kvb wb‡`©kbv bv cvIqv ch©š— bZzb K‡i UvY©Kx wfwˇZ wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi mieivn I ¯’vcb Kv‡Ri `icÎ AvnŸv‡bi welqwU ¯’wMZ _vK‡e Ò c~‡e© AvnŸvbK…Z wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi mieivn I ¯’vcb Kv‡Ri `ic‡Îi Dci gš¿Yvjq nB‡Z wm×vš—/wb‡`©kbv cvIqv †M‡j cieZx© Kvh© g nv‡Z †bIqv n‡e| Prepared by: Engr.C. ZvwiL 07/08/2005 Bs †gvZv‡eK we`y¨r wefv‡Mi (cÖkvmb-1) kvLvi wmwbqi mnKvix mwPe Rbve †gvt b~iƒj Avgxb‡K welqwU Z`š— K‡i 7(mvZ) w`‡bi g‡a¨ hyM¥-mwPe (Dt) g‡nv`‡qi eive‡i cÖwZ‡e`b †`qvi Rb¨ Aby‡iva Kiv nq| c~‡e© AvnŸvbK…Z wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi mieivn I ¯’vcb Kv‡Ri `ic‡Îi Dci gš¿Yvjq nB‡Z Z`‡š—i wb‡`©‡ki †cÖw¶‡Z KZ…c¶ wb‡gœv³ wm×vš— MÖnY K‡i t© Ò c~‡e© AvnŸvbK…Z wcÖ-‡cBW wgUvi mievivn mieivn I ¯’vcb Kv‡Ri `ic‡Îi Dci we`y¨r.Pre-Paid Metering B. Shazibul Hoque. • • • DESCO GLb ch©š— 2.983 wU wcÖ.

90 UvKv| K¨vcwUf cvIqvi gvwjK‡`i wewb‡qvM‡K sunk cost wn‡m‡e we‡ePbv K‡i miKvi cÖwZ BDwbU K¨vcwUf cvIqvi m‡e©v”P 1. Eng.12 UvKv| G g~‡j¨i g‡a¨ 0.90 UvKv `‡i ‡qi welqwU we‡ePbv Ki‡Q. hv †_‡K K¨vcwUf c−¨v›U gvwjK‡`i cÖwZ BDwbU †_‡K 30 †_‡K 40 cqmv gybvdv nIqvi K_v| • • • • Prepared by: Engr. Abdur Rouf. KM Nayeem Khan. Engr.K¨vcwUf cvIqvi c−¨v›U ms vš— Z_¨vw` • • mviv †`‡k M¨vm wfwËK I Zij R¡vjvbx PvwjZ cÖvq 1100 †gMvIqvU K¨vcwUf cvIqvi c−¨v›U i‡q‡Q| eZ©gv‡b M¨vm wfwËK cÖvq 150 †gMvIqvU DØ„Ë K¨vcwUf cvIqvi i‡q‡Q hv AbwZwej‡¤^ Aš—eZx©Kvjxb © cvIqvi cvi‡PR GwMÖ‡g›U Pzw³ ¯^v¶i K‡i q Kiv hvq| ms‡hvM myweav m„wói cÖ‡qvRb n‡e weavq A`~i fwel¨‡Z Av‡iv cÖvq 350 †gMvIqvU K¨vcwUf cvIqvi MÖx‡W mshy³ Kiv hv‡e| K¨vcwUf cvIqvi c−¨v›U †_‡K we`y¨r ‡qi d‡j GKw`‡K we`y¨‡Zi NvUwZ wKQyUv jvNe n‡e Ges Ab¨w`‡K †emiKvix gvwjK‡`i wewb‡qv‡Mi m‡e©vËg e¨envi (Optimum utilization) n‡e| DØ„Ë we`y¨r wew Kivi d‡j c−¨v›U d¨v±i e„w× cv‡e weavq K¨vcwUf cvIqvi gvwjK‡`i cÖwZ BDwbU we`y¨‡Zi Drcv`b e¨q Av‡Mi †_‡K n«vm cv‡e Ges RvZxq Drcv`‡b f~wgKv ivL‡e| 132 †Kwf †j‡f‡j cÖwZ BDwbU we`y¨‡Zi g~j¨ 2.23 UvKv ûBwjs PvR© i‡q‡Q| ûBwjs PvR© ev‡` Drcv`b e¨q `vuovq 1. Shazibul Hoque. Page 39 of 54 .

Abdur Rouf. Shazibul Hoque. Engr. †Wm‡Kv. M¨vm Gi g~j¨ e„w× Ges ˆe‡`wkK gy`ªvi wewbgq nv‡ii e„w×RwbZ Kvi‡Y AvB wc wc †_‡K qK…Z we`y¨‡Zi g~j¨ e„w×i d‡j weD‡evÕi gvMZ †jvKmvb Kgv‡Z cÖ¯—vweZ U¨vwid mgš^q D‡j−L‡hvM¨ f~wgKv ivL‡e| AvMvgx 2006-07 A_©eQ‡i Single Buyer wn‡m‡e weD‡evÕi †jvKmvb 879 †KvwU UvKv †_‡K 426 †KvwU UvKvq †b‡g Avm‡e| Prepared by: Engr.we`y¨r Gi U¨vwid e„w×i cÖ¯—ve • MZ 1 †m‡Þ¤^i 2003 Bs Zvwi‡L me©‡kl U¨vwid e„w× Kiv n‡qwQj| • m¤cÖwZ we`y¨r wefvM KZ©„K cÖYqbK…Z U¨vwid e„w×i cÖ¯—v‡e ïaygvÎ kniv‡ji MÖvnK‡`i (hviv †gvU MÖvnK msL¨vi 27 kZvsk) Rb¨ LyPiv U¨vwid 5 kZvsk e„w×i mycvwik Kiv n‡q‡Q| GB cÖ¯—v‡e wbgœ Av‡qi MÖvnK‡`i q ¶gZv we‡ePbvq AvevwmK MÖvnK †kªYxi 1g avc (0-100 BDwbU ch©š—) Gi Rb¨ U¨vwid AcwiewZ©Z ivLv n‡q‡Q| Gi d‡j MÖvgv‡ji MÖvnK (hviv †gvU MÖvnK msL¨vi 73 kZvsk) Ges kniv‡ji wbgœ Av‡qi AvevwmK MÖvnK (0-100 BDwbU ch©š—)‡`i Dci U¨vwid e„w×i †Kvb cÖfve co‡ebv| • ‡Wmv. †Wm‡Kv. Page 40 of 54 . Eng. weD‡ev I 9 wU m”Qj cj−x we`y¨r mwgwZ Gi Rb¨ evé U¨vwid 10 kZvsk e„w×i cÖ¯—ve Kiv n‡q‡Q. KM Nayeem Khan. I‡RvcvwW‡Kv I weD‡ev 5 kZvsk LyPiv U¨vwid e„w×i d‡j AwZwi³ ivR¯^ Ges wm‡÷g jm n«vm I `¶Zve„w×i gva¨‡g 10 kZvsk evé U¨vwid e„w× mgš^q Ki‡e| • R¡vjvbx †Zj. evKx 58wU Am”Qj I cÖvwš—K cj−x we`y¨r mwgwZi evé U¨vwid AcwiewZ©Z ivLv n‡q‡Q| kniv‡ji we`y¨r weZi‡Yi `vwq‡Z¡ wb‡qvwRZ ms¯’v¸‡jv A_©vr †Wmv. I‡RvcvwW‡Kv.

(High Voltage Gen. Purpose-11kv) flat rate off-peak rate peak rate G2.00 .99 6. (Non Residential Light & Power) E. 2. 3.82 6.36 3. (Commercial) flat rate off-peak rate peak rate F. 3. Gen.00 (b) time 06. Abdur Rouf. Prepared by: Engr. (Mid.17. KM Nayeem Khan.68 8.50 3.Electricity Retail Tariff (BPDB/DESA/DESCO/WZPDCO) Sl.00 .58 5. 3. Category of consumer A. 1.36 1.62 7.04 3.00 (e) flat rate H. (Agricultural Pumping) C. Purpose-33kv) flat rate off-peak rate peak rate J.14 3.89 6.41 2.06. No.83 3. Engr.42 2.00 (d) time 17.25 2.00 5. Page 41 of 54 . Voltage Gen. Eng. Shazibul Hoque. (Street Lights & Water Pumps) effective from 1-09-2003 (Tk/KWh) 1.13.00 (c) time 13.23.05 5. (Residential) from 000 unit to 100 unit from 101 unit to 400 unit above 400 2.68 9.20 4.00 1. (High Volt.00 . 5. (Small Industrial) flat rate off-peak rate peak rate D. B.84 3.00 . Purpose-132kv) (a) time 23.62 2. 5.41 7.

2291 2. PBSs out of Dhaka b.9409 - 0.8932 1.2291 0. 132kV b. KM Nayeem Khan.17 5 I-4 6 I-5 1. Category of Consumer Ulitity/Voltage Level 1 G-1 Extra High Voltage . 132kV b.2291 2. Eng.2268 0. 33kV West Zone Power Distribution Company Ltd.05 2. No.17 Prepared by: Engr. Abdur Rouf. Engr.17 4 I-3 1.2291 2.2291 2. PBSs adjacent to DESA area Dhaka Electric Supply Company Ltd.2268 0. (WZPDC) a.12 3 I-2 1.12 2.2268 0.2268 2.Dhaka Electric Supply Authority (DESA)132kV/Other 132kV Consumers Rural Electrification Board (REB)/Rural Electric Cooperatives (PBS)-33kV a. 33kV 2 I-1 1.12 2. 132kV b. Shazibul Hoque. 33kV BPDBs Distribution Zones a. (DESCO) a.9409 0.Bulk Supply Tariff for the Distribution Entities (effective from01/04/2004) Bulk Supply Tariff Electricity Transmission Charge Wheeling for Total Charge to production PGCB to BPDB (Tk/kWh) (Tk/kWh) (Tk/kWh) 1.2291 0. 33kV Distribution Companies to be established in future a.8932 1.12 Sl. Page 42 of 54 .8909 0.8932 0.9409 0.12 2.2268 0.8209 1.8932 1. 132kV b.

MTk.10 1192. MTk.942 Account Receivable (MTk. KM Nayeem Khan.00 0.30 4263.07 55423. Shazibul Hoque.21 Dc‡iv³ e‡Kqvi g‡a¨ miKvix/Avav-miKvix/¯^vqZ¡kvwmZ ms¯’vmg~n Ges †emiKvix cÖwZôv‡bi wbKU mviPvR©mn †gvU e‡Kqvi cwigvb wQj 11365†KvwU UvKv Zvi g‡a¨ ïay mviPv‡R©i cwigvb cÖvq 5542 †KvwU UvKv| wb‡gœ †emiKvix cÖwZôv‡bi wbKU wW‡m¤^i.27 3960.03 2203.30 0 6112.022 58229. MTk. Engr.80 31. Abdur Rouf.09 we`y¨r Lv‡Z weivRgvb wewfbœ mgm¨v mgvav‡b miKvi e¨vcK cÖ‡bv`bvg~jK (Incentives) Kvh© g MÖnY K‡i‡Q| Avw_©K msKU `~ixf~Z Ki‡Yi j‡¶¨ Ab¨vb¨ Kvh© ‡gi cvkvcvwk e‡Kqv Av`v‡qi Dci ¸i“Z¡v‡ivc K‡i wewfbœ c`‡¶c MÖnY Kiv n‡q‡Q d‡j ivR¯^ Av`vq gvš^‡q e„w× cv‡”Q| miKvi †emiKvix e¨w³ I cÖwZôvbmg~‡ni wbKU we`y¨r we‡ji e‡Kqv cvIbv Av`v‡qi j‡¶¨ Drmvn c¨v‡KR †NvlYv K‡i‡Q| D³ c¨v‡K‡Ri AvIZvq ÔÔ AvMvgx 31 †k RyjvB 2006 Zvwi‡Li g‡a¨ nvjbvMv` wejmn mg~`q g~j e‡Kqv cwi‡kva Kiv n‡j Ryb 2006 ch©š— mg‡qi 100% mviPvR© ev Rwigvbv gIKzd Kivi welq we‡ePbv Kiv n‡e| H mg‡qi g‡a¨ we`y¨r wej cwi‡kva Kiv bv n‡j cÖPwjZ wbqg †gvZv‡eK ms‡hvM wew”Qbœ Kiv n‡e Ges cÖ‡hvR¨ `Ûmy` Av‡ivc Kiv n‡e|Ó BwZg‡a¨B G‡Z e¨vcK mvov c‡o‡Q| Prepared by: Engr. Month FY 2006 (Up to Dec'2005) Principal 3501.14 1586.80 5632.93 2248.9 45.60 14815.89 13348. MTk.8 4605.27 Total 93792. Eq.00 1026. 2005 mvj ch©š— ms¯’v wfwËK †gvU e‡Kqv we`y¨r we‡ji wnmve †`Lvb n‡jv : Utility Principal PDB REB DESA DESCO Total 44527 4263.09 113653. 2005 ch©š— e‡Kqvi wnmve †`Lvb n‡jv : Utility PDB REB DESA DESCO Total Category wise Account Receivable Unit MTK. Eng. Page 43 of 54 .welq t e‡Kqv we`y¨r wej ms vš—| wewfbœ gš¿Yvjq/wefvM Ges Zv‡`i wbqš¿Yvaxb miKvix wewfbœ `ßi/ms¯’v mg~n wbqwgZfv‡e we`y¨r wej cwi‡kva bv Kivq wecyj As‡Ki we`y¨r wej e‡Kqv c‡o Av‡Q Ges cyÄxf~Z e‡Kqv we‡ji cwigvb DˇivËi e„w× cv‡”Q d‡j we`y¨r ms¯’vmg~n Avw_©K msK‡U f~M‡Q| we`y¨r Lv‡Z †gvU e‡Kqvi cwigvb cÖvq GMvi nvRvi †KvwU UvKv| wb‡gœ wW‡m¤^i.906 Surcharge 135.81 3.90 Total 3636.27 3960.336 1555.89 7236.) Surcharge 49265.5 13622.

KM Nayeem Khan. Shazibul Hoque. Engr. Abdur Rouf.D³ c¨v‡KR †Nvlbvi d‡j ‡h mKj mydj cvIqv hv‡e Zv wb‡gœ ms‡¶‡c D‡j−L Kiv n‡jvt • • • • • †emiKvix e¨w³ I cÖwZôvbmg~‡ni wbKU we`y¨r we‡ji cÖvq 136 †KvwU UvKvi e‡Kqv Av`vq n‡e| MÖvnK we`y¨r wej wbqwgZ cwi‡kv‡a DrmvwnZ n‡e| ms¯’vmg~‡ni cywÄf~Z e‡Kqvi cwigvb n«vm cv‡e| ms¯’vi Zvij¨ msKU n«vm cv‡e| wba©vwiZ mg‡q e‡Kqv cwi‡kva bv Ki‡j ms‡hvM wew”Qbœ Kiv n‡e d‡j AbvKvw•LZ Pvwn`v n«vm cv‡e| miKvi mviPvR© Av‡ivc Kivi cwie‡Z© we`y¨r Lv‡Zi mKj ms¯’vi Rb¨ GKwU Awfbœ wewjs c×wZ Pvjy Kivi D‡`¨vM MÖnb K‡i‡Q| G‡¶‡Î wej Bmy¨i 30 w`‡bi g‡a¨ MÖvnK KZ…©K wej cwi‡kva Ki‡Z n‡e| wba©vwiZ mg‡qi g‡a¨ wej cwi‡kva Kiv bv n‡j 5% nv‡i wej¤^ gvmyjmn cieZ©x 20 (wek) w`‡bi g‡a¨ wej cwi‡kva Ki‡Z n‡e| 5% wej¤^ gvmyjmn 20 w`‡bi g‡a¨ wej cwi‡kva Kiv bv n‡j †Kvb †bvwUk QvovB jvBb wew”Qbœ Kiv n‡e| wej Bmy¨i 90 w`‡bi g‡a¨ wej cwi‡kva Kiv bv n‡j wgUvi AcmviYmn ¯’vqxfv‡e ms‡hvM wew”Qbœ Kiv n‡e| Z‡e MÖvnK nqivbx †iv‡a ms¯’vmg~n KZ…©K MÖvnK‡`i wbKU me©vwaK 7 (mvZ) w`‡bi g‡a¨ wej †cuŠQv‡bvi Dci ¸i“Z¡v‡ivc Kiv n‡q‡Q Ges wej cÖ`v‡bi †¶‡Î MÖvnK RbM‡bi †fvMvwš— n«v‡mi Rb¨ e¨vs‡Ki msL¨v e„w× Kiv n‡q‡Q| ¯^í mg‡qi g‡a¨B Online Banking Gi gva¨‡g wej cÖ`v‡bi my‡hvM mywó mn mvwe©K Kw¤úDUvi wewjs cÖ_v Pvj~ Kiv n‡”Q| ewY©Z c×wZ AbymiY Kiv n‡j• mviPv‡R©i Kvi‡Y e‡Kqvi cwigvb cywÄfyZ n‡q wecyj AvKvi avib Ki‡e bv| • mKj ms¯’vq GK Ges Awfbœ c×wZi gva¨‡g we`y¨r wej Kiv n‡e| • wej cÖYqb I wnmve msi¶‡Yi RwUjZv wbimY n‡e| • MÖvnKMY wej cwi‡kv‡a AwaK AvMÖnx n‡e| • e‡Kqvi cwigvb `vZv ms¯’vi FY Pzw³i kZ©vbyhvqx wbqš¿Y Kiv m¤¢e n‡e| • MÖvnK †fvMvwš— n«vm cv‡e| Prepared by: Engr. Eng. Page 44 of 54 .

Yearwise Revenue Collection FY 2004-2005 2003-2004 2002-2003 2001-2002 2000-2001 Unit MTk.94 81.48 DESA 12530.23 9686.86 75.16 82. MTk.00 11412. Engr.67 1308.43 59907.95 49576.12 70534.41 80. KM Nayeem Khan. Abdur Rouf. Shazibul Hoque. MTk. Page 45 of 54 . MTk.76 80.95 15918.93 1642.22 16404.66 19634.82 65.18 Total 80161.00 WZPDCO 89.93 58.11 74.09 82. PDB 40384.07 REB 84. MTk.92 70.85 4305.05 Prepared by: Engr.117 78285.59 DESCO 80.98 1041.35 14457.334 Collection/Import Ratio FY 2004-2005 2003-2004 2002-2003 2001-2002 2000-2001 Unit % % % % % PDB 84. Eng.79 78.44 82.204 REB 21940.57 14273.74 27436.02 36568.78 12518.5 65.94 DESA 71.257 39887.3 56.41 31807.38 78.47 DESCO 5305.1 75.

33 GOB 2008 Under execution 2.99 110. Shazibul Hoque. No.46 90. 49.99 24.01 GOB EDC (Canada) Kuwait Fund 2008 2009 2009 7.25 2009 2009-10 2009 12.63 45. 5.67 Russian State Credit Expected Supplier’s Credit IDB Expected from ADB Expected from JBIC 2010 Negotiation going on Negotiation going on Negotiation going on Negotiation going on Under revision as 360 MW CCCP 9.54 41.37 Foreign Foreign 76. Eng. 6. 11 73.Short Tersm Investment Plan (2006-2008) (As of June 2006) Implementation Plan 2006-2008 Sl. Abdur Rouf.67 32.32 71.50 2009-10 Prepared by: Engr. Page 46 of 54 . 27. 10. 29. KM Nayeem Khan. 45.10 ADB 2008 Tender under approval Contract for 100 MW GT is under process Negotiation going on Under process may be revised as 225 MW CCCP Approved 4. Project Name Project Cost (ml US$) Source of Finance Year of Com Comments Local Local 1.31 23.57 45. 64. - - IPP 2008 (GT) 2009 (CC) 8. Engr.40 79.42 World Bank 2009 Under process 2*150 MW 3.34 66. Sylhet (Fenchuganj) 90 MW CCPP 2nd Phase Siddhirganj 2*150 MW Peaking Power Plant Siddhirganj 2X120 MW Peaking Power Plant Chandpur 150 MW CCPP Sylhet 150 MW CCPP Sikalbaha 150 MW GT Meghnaghat 450MW 2nd Phase CCPP Siddhirganj 210 MW Thermal Power Plant (Unit II) Khulna 210 MW Thermal Power Plant Bhola 150 MW CCPP Khulna 100 MW Peaking Power Plant Haripur 150 MW CCPP 39.84 63.36 65.02 19.

72 2010 Funding is yet to be lined up 17. Eng. 23.61 158.66 Source of Finance Year of Com Comments 13.24 IPP IPP 2010 2011 2012 2012 21.68 135 263. Engr.60 63. Bogra 150 MW GT Sirajganj 450 MW 1st Phase Meghnaghat 450 MW 3rd Phase CCPP Kaptai Power Plant Extension 2 X 50 MW ( 6th & 7th Unit) Sikalbaha 450 MW CCPP Meghnaghat 450 MW 4th Phase Sirajganj 450 MW 2nd Phase Bheramara 450 MW CCPP( Including evacuation facilities) 10-30 MW Small Power Plant (395 MW) Barge/Trailor /Skid Mounted Rental basis Power Plant (360 MW) Sirajganj 150 MW Gas Tubine Rehabilitation of power stations (Phase-3) 500 MW Coal based Power Plant (TATA) Ashuganj 450 MW CC Power Plnat Expansion of Barapukuria Power Plant (125 MW) Unit III Rehabilitation of 50 MW Kaptai Hydro Power Plant (Unit III) 18.Sl. 25. 24. 14.92 99. 26.03 132. 15.41 15 107. Project Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign 43. - - IPP 2007 PQ Evaluated Tender Dropping going on 22. 40. 18. 41.82 143. Abdur Rouf.75 2009 IPP 2009 2009 PQ under evaluation Cadogan Manning Group (Unsolicited) - - IPP Kuwait Fund (proposed) 16. No.12 Italy 2007-08 Prepared by: Engr.55 2011-12 Under Discussion Under Discussion 28. Page 47 of 54 . KM Nayeem Khan.40 18. 9.36 IPP ADB Expected from WB IPP JBIC Buyers Credit (proposed) GOB / Suppliers Credit 2006 2010 2008-10 2011 2010 Negotiation going on 27. 121. 28. 20.57 63. Shazibul Hoque. 19.

99 70.50 40. 9. 17.76 Expected from ADB Expected from ADB Expected from ADB 2008 4. Eng. Abdur Rouf. Page 48 of 54 . 36.00 Kuwait Fund (proposed) 2009 2008 26. 52.63 35.88 54. National Load Despatch Center Construction and Extension of Grid Substations including Transmission Line Facilities (Phase-1) Shunt Compensation at Grid Substations by Capacitor Banks Meghnaghat-Aminbazar 400 kV Transmission Line Three Transmission Line ADB 2008 2009 2.21 2009 6. 11.Shahjibazar Brahmanbaria 230 kV Transmission Line with associated substation Raojan-MadunaghatShikalbaha 230 kV Transmission Line 13. KM Nayeem Khan.86 2009 5.29 ADB and JBIC 3.00 16. Transmission Sl.37 57.39 22. Bhola-Barishal 132 kV Transmission Line Aminbazar-Savar Kabirpur 132 kV Transmission Line Sylhet.51 5.47 31.40 28. Aminbazar-Old Airport 230 kV Transmission Line and Assiciated Substations SiddhirganjManiknagar 230 kV Transmission Line 22.53 11.0 2009 23. Engr.11 2010 Prepared by: Engr. 28.0 2009 8.89 7. Shazibul Hoque.35 Source of Fin Year of Completion 1. No Projects Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign 37.A.26 Expected from ADB 2009 7. 6. 10.

05 24. Engr. 4. Korea 2009 2010 590. Installation of Capacitor Bank at 11 KV level. No Projects Name 12.43 51.00 2010 10. 3.94 1. 13. No. 8. Abdur Rouf. Eng. Rehabilitation & Extension of 33/11 KV Sub-station 6 Town Power Distribution Project (Mymensing area) South Zone Power Distribution Project (12 Town Power Distribution Project) Pre-paid Metering project(phase-1) Emergency rehabilitation & expansion of urban area power distribution system.61 Expected from WB 2012 23. KM Nayeem Khan. Construction of 132/33 kV Substation at Cantonment and Associated U/G Cable Line Construction of 230/132 kV Substation at Shyampur. Distribution (i) BPDB Sl.20 2010 65. 14. Renovation.00 13.00 30.30 100.98 6.54 99. Electrification of Chittagong Hill tract area ph-3(Rev.00 14.00 2012 C.60 ------ GOB GOB GOB GOB GOB GOB 2008 2008 2007 2009 2009 2009 Prepared by: Engr.80 EDCF.Sl. 15. 6. Page 49 of 54 .) Electrification of Chittagong Hill tract project (KaptaiBilaichhari) (Revised. Bheramara and Sripur Chandraghona-RangamatiKhagrachari 132 kV Transmission Line Enhancement of Capacity of Grid Substations and Transmission Line (Phase-I) Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign 9. 2.29 6. 9.89 44.44 40.) Electrification works of Chittagong Hill Tracts 19. 7. Project Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign Source of Fin Year of Completion 1. 5.00 90.00 Source of Fin Year of Completion 2010 22. Shazibul Hoque.63 31.

6. Maghbazar and Maniknagar 132/33 kV SS to 50/75 MVA Upgradation of Shyampur BSCIC 11 kV Switching Station to a regular 33/11 kV Sub-station Extension and Rehabilitation of Distribution Network of DESA Procurement of Spare parts & Testing Equipments for SubTransmission and Distribution system of DESA Construction of 132/33 kV & 33/11 kV Substation at Adamjee Industrial Park Project Construction of 132/33 kV Switching Station at Siddhirganj Project 8.356 3.174 2007 Prepared by: Engr.900 2008 8. Eng. Projects Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local 1. Abdur Rouf.010 Expected from ADB 2009 Source of Finance Year of Completion 2. 0.019 1. 2. Emergency Rehabilitation and Augmentation of 33/11 kV Sub-station Project New SS to meet existing and new demand including two 132/33 kV SS.960 1. No.1 Expected from ADB 2010 3. 8. No.085 Expected from ADB Expected from ADB Expected from ADB 2008 5. 4. 26.568 Foreign 7.. Engr.516 9. Shazibul Hoque.(ii) DESA Sl.226 2008 6.530 2008 7. Page 50 of 54 . KM Nayeem Khan. 1.210 8.2 3.8 33.0 Expected from ADB 2008 4. five 33/11 kV SS and 132 and 33 kV O/H lines and U/G cables Upgrade transformers at Shyampur.

rehab of existing Mirpur 33/11 kV SS.7 Expected from ADB 2008 27.(iii) DESCO No. Phase-I 21. Engr. 11 kV switchgears. 11/0.8 42. 11/0.0 Expected from ADB 2009 15. Page 51 of 54 .1 30. 4. Uttara and ADA. Planning & Upgrading of Power Feeding and Distribution System Planning & Renovation of Distribution Network. DOHS Mahakhali and Zia Int Airport. 11 kV switchgears. 33 & 11 kV underground cables. Shazibul Hoque. Abdur Rouf. KM Nayeem Khan. 33 & 11 kV underground cables. Basundhara. 11 & 0.4 kV aerial conductors & O/H lines.4 kV distribution transformers. 2. rehab of 3 existing 33/11 kV SS at Kafrul. Eng.76 39. voltage regulators etc. 11 & 0.4 kV distribution transformers. 3.57 2010 2011 Prepared by: Engr. voltage regulators etc.21 6.4 kV aerial conductors & O/H lines. Mirpur distribution system upgrade: 2 new 33/11 kV SS at Baunia and Mirpur.48 14. Gulshan distribution system upgrade: 4 new 33/11 kV SS at Badda. Projects Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign Source of Finance Year of Completion 1.

Engr.42 3.58 58. Shazibul Hoque. Eng.29 2010 6.86 Source of Finance Year of Completion 1. 2.17 4. Abdur Rouf.00 2010 Prepared by: Engr. 204.27 144. 41. 2nd Phase Construction of 33 kV Lines for PBS Substations Area Coverage Rural Electrification. Projects Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign 43.49 14. 184.88 2009 (v) REB No.44 40. 97. Phase-VC Ten Lakh New Consumers Connections under Existing Distribution System Intensification & Expansion of Distribution System of 13 PBS Intensification & Expansion of Distribution System of 45 PBS Rural Electrification of Chittagong Hill Tracts Districts Diffusion of Renewable Energy Technologies.79 2008 4. 31. Projects Name Project Cost (ml US$) Local Foreign 1.72 DFID 2010 5. Diffusion of Renewable Energy Technologies.28 36. KM Nayeem Khan.24 4. 3rd Phase 2007 41. 6.29 2010 7.62 2010 8.(iv) WZPDCO No. Page 52 of 54 .32 2007 3. Procurement and Installation of Electrical Equipment and Spares for the Distribution System Development Project 23.12 Source of Fin Year of Completion 1.

kªxjsKvmn Dbœqbkxj I DbœZ †`‡k e¨vcK Kvh© g MÖnY Kiv n‡jI evsjv‡`‡k bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx mn Sustainable Energy Lv‡Z D‡j−L‡hvM¨ AMÖMwZ mvwaZ nqwb| G ch©š— cÖvq 80.00 1. Page 53 of 54 . Abdur Rouf. Shazibul Hoque.00 25. Zv ¯’vcb mn AwZ m¤cÖwZ evq~ PvwjZ UvievB‡bi gva¨‡g 1. Engr.000 SHS) 2.00 (80. Eng. KM Nayeem Khan. Pxb.000 ev‡qvgvm c−¨v›U ¯’vcb Kiv n‡q‡Q| evsjv‡`‡k bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx n‡Z we`y¨r Drcv`‡bi eZ©gvb Ae¯’v Ges Future Prospect wb‡gœ †`qv n‡jv :Resources Present Status ( M W) 4.Status of Renewable Energy in Bangladesh bevqb ‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx m¤ú` Dbœq‡b Avgv‡`i cvk¦©eZx †`k fviZ.9 †gMvIqvU we`y¨r Drcv`b †K›`ª ¯’vcb Kiv n‡q‡Q Ges wew”Qbœ fv‡e 40. †bcvj.000 Solar Home System (SHS) hv cÖvq 4 †gMvIqv‡Ui mggv‡bi.00 Future Prospect (2020) (MW) 300 1000 600 300 Solar Wind Bio-mas/Hydro Co-generation Show details Prepared by: Engr.

we‡klÁ/ Dc‡`óv wbwðZKiY BZ¨vw`| ms¯’vmg~‡ni `¶Zv e„w×. cwi‡ek `~lY wbqš¿bKiY Ges bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx evwYwR¨Kfv‡e mq¤¢i weKí R¡vjvbx wkí wnmv‡e Dbœqb. †emiKvix wewb‡qvM AvK…óKiYmn G Lv‡Z A_©vq‡b `vZv ms¯’vi wbf©ikxjZv e„w×i Rb¨ cwjwm Aby‡gv`bmn Ri“ix wfwˇZ SEDA bv‡g cÖ¯—vweZ ÒTrustÓ MV‡bi Rb¨ SEU KZ…©K UNDP Gi mnvqZvq Lmov ÒDeed of Trust” cÖYqb c~e©K Zv Aby‡gv`‡bi Rb¨ we`y¨r wefv‡M †cÖiY Kiv n‡q‡Q. Page 54 of 54 . Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) Gi D‡Ï‡k¨ ev¯Íevq‡bi j‡¶¨ R¡vjvbx LvZ‡K Drcv`b Lv‡Zi mv‡_ m¤ú„³ Kiv Ges mviv †`‡k mgwš^Z fv‡e Sustainable Energy Kvh© g ev¯—evqb. R¡vjvbx wbivcËv e„w×i j‡¶¨ evsjv‡`‡k bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx m¤ú‡`i Dbœq‡b gvbbxq cªavbgš¿x SEDA MVb Z¡ivwš^Z Kivi Rb¨ c`‡¶c wb‡Z wb‡`©k w`‡q‡Qb| B‡Zvg‡a¨B SEDA MV‡bi Rb¨ bxwZMZ Aby‡gv`b cÖ`vb K‡i‡Qb Ges Power Cell Gi gnvcwiPvjK‡K SEDA Gi AwZwi³ ØvwqZ¡ cÖ`vb c~e©K w`K wb‡`©kbv ev¯—evq‡bi j‡¶¨ SEDA bv‡g Trust MV‡bi c`‡¶cmn Ri“ix wfwˇZ Gi Kvh© g ïi“ Kiv n‡q‡Q| Prepared by: Engr. mgš^q. RbMY‡K DrmvwnZKiY. jm n«vmKiY. †emiKvix wewb‡qvM AvK…óKiY. Shazibul Hoque. R¡vjvbx mvkªqx Kvh© g I bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx Kvh© ‡gi Rb¨ Capacity Buildup Kiv Ges bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx Dbœqb I m¤cÖmviY Kvh© g DrmvwnZ (Promote) KiY. hv we`y¨r wefvM n‡Z †fwUs Gi Rb¨ AvBb gš¿Yvj‡q †cÖiY Kiv n‡q‡Q| Uªv÷ª MV‡bi D‡Ïk¨ wb‡gœ †`qv n‡jv t R¡vjvbx mvkªqmn bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx †UK‡bv‡jvwR RbwcÖq I DrmvwnZKiY. ev¯—evqb I g~j¨vqb Ges ev¯—em¤§Z R & D Kvh© g cwiPvjbvKiY. Millinium Development Goal (MDG). KM Nayeem Khan. G cÖhyw³ e¨env‡i RbMY‡K DrmvwnZKiY.Renewable Energy Kvh© g ev¯—evq‡bi Rb¨ Sustaible Eenrgy Development Agency (SEDA) bv‡g Trust MV‡bi Rb¨ M„nxZ c`‡¶cmg~n miKvi we`y¨rLv‡Z weivRgvb we`y¨r msK‡Ui ¯’vqx mgvav‡bi j‡¶¨ bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx n‡Z we`y¨r Drcv`b Ges we`y¨‡Zi `¶ e¨envi wbwðZ Ki‡bi c`‡¶c wnmv‡e G ms vš— hveZxq Kvh© g we`y¨r wefv‡Mi AvIZvaxb GKwU c„_K cÖwZôv‡bi gva¨‡g ev¯—evq‡bi wbwgË SEDA bv‡g GKwU c„_K cÖwZôvb m„wói cÖ‡qvRbxqZv Dcjwä K‡i Sustainable Energy Development Agency (SEDA) bv‡g ÒTrustÓ MV‡bi D‡`¨vM MÖnY K‡i‡Q| bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx m¤ú` Dbœqb Kvh© g `ª“Z m¤cÖmviY. ga¨ Ges `xN© †gqv`x Policy Ges Program cÖYqb I ev¯—evqb Ges Sustainable Energy Kvh© g m¤úªwK©Z wewfbœ Z‡_¨i Rb¨ †Kw›`ªq fv‡e GKwU WvUv‡eR MVb. Engr. G Lv‡Z ¯^í. Sustainable Energy Lv‡Z miKvix I ‡emiKvix wewb‡qvM AvK„óKiY Ges D‡`¨v³v Ges RvZxq I Avš— RvwZ©K `vZv ms¯’v‡`i g‡a¨ mgš^q mvab. Sustainable Energy Lv‡Zi Technical know how/HRD wel‡q `¶Zv e„w× Ges Sustainable Energy e¨env‡i hš¿cvwZ Standarised KiY. Abdur Rouf. Z`viwKKiY. Sustainable Energy cÖKí mbv³KiY. `¶ hš¿cvwZ I MÖvnK cÖv‡šÍ `¶ appliance e¨envi K‡i jm n«vmKiY| we`y¨r Lv‡Zi weivRgvb msK‡Ui ¯’vqx mgvav‡bi j‡¶¨ SEDA Gi gva¨‡g bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx n‡Z we`y¨r Drcv`b Ges we`y¨‡Zi `¶ e¨envi wbwðZKiY Acwinvh© n‡q `uvwo‡q‡Q| bevqb‡hvM¨ R¡vjvbx m¤ú` Dbœqb Kvh© g `ª“Z m¤cÖmviY. Eng.

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