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Dhaka Monday,  Jun 26, 2017

Power Sector

energy minister energy bangla Power cuts have added to the unbearable hot weather scorching the people in Bangladesh. With no sign of relief from the oppressive weather this week, power officials say at least 10 plants are not feeding electricity due to reasons such as maintenance work. It will take three to four more days for the situation to improve, they say. A heatwave has been sweeping over the country for several days. The... »
rampal A high-level delegation led by the Prime Minister’s Energy Power and Mineral Resources advisor Dr. Tawfiq E Elahi Chowdhury has set off to Paris to clarify the authenticity of setting up the Rampal coal-fired power plant to UNESCO. The UNESCO has listed Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest of the world in the world heritage site, but the organization is recently planning to delist the forest from its world heritage site... »
nasrul--337x205 The state minister for Power Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid says, supplying uninterrupted power won’t be possible right now as there is inadequate supply and transmission line and some of the larger capacity power plants couldn’t come yet into production for some reasons. The state minister stated in such a way on Monday while he was talking to the newspersons at the secretariat. The whole country has been suffering... »
desco-pgcb-energybangla-337x205 A 1.6-kilometer underground power transmission line of the capital’s Uttara area are likely to be replaced by a higher capacity one. The replacement will in fact beef up the existing load capacity of the transmission line and the overall quality of power supply in that area. Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Ltd. (PGCB) will replace the underground line which is currently maintained by Dhaka Electric Supply Company (DESCO) and this... »
summit Summit Meghnaghat Power Co Ltd got International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification. Found this certificate to improve the environment, management, staff health and safety of the organization.Recently Md Reaz Uddin, COO & Director of Summit Meghnaghat Power Co Ltd received the ISO and OHSMS certifications on Environment Management System (EMS), Quality Management System (QMS) and Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSM) from David Embery, Executive Director of TUV Austria.
power grid The power division has expressed their grief as they couldn’t supply enough electricity in the country’s northern part as per to the prevailing demand. Residents of the country’s northern part have been facing frequent power outage or load shading for the past couple of days which have been damaging the vicinity’s agriculture and trade. The power division has expressed their regret for this frequent load shading in the northern part... »
power grid The recent grid failure that forced a mass power outage at 38 districts occurred due to the negligence and mismanagement of the operators of the grid system. Though it was initially thought that a tornado was responsible for the grid disaster which had actually broken a transmission tower of the Ashuganj-Sirajganj transmission line only on Monday, the sufferer experienced the power outage on the following day. It clearly suggests that,... »
nepal Bangladesh Power Development Board wants to appoint an experienced consultant for helping it in negotiations with India’s NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam Limited to import hydroelectricity from Nepal. The power board, through a letter issued on Thursday, informed the power division secretary that NVVN would soon send a draft power sales agreement to the board to export 300-500MW hydropower to be generated by India’s GMR Upper Karneli Hydropower Limited in Nepal.... »
power use-energybangla Barisal gets the least amount of electricity among the largest or divisional  cities of the country. Sylhet holds the 2nd least consumer of electricity while Rangpur gets more electrcity than Sylhet. Dhaka the capital consumes the most power at a percentage of just below fifty of the country’s total electricity consumption. The information were revealed by studying the distribution list of 18th April of this year while the country touched... »
Rampal-power-design Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest, has taken Indian industrial giant Bharat Heavy Electricals out of its investment portfolio due to environmental concerns, the Norwegian central bank said on Friday. Bharat Heavy Electricals has been targeted because it is building a coal-fired power plant in the Sundarbans, one of the world’s largest mangrove forests straddling Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal. The fund-worth an estimated 8.1 trillion... »