National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) of India is approaching to finalise a due 2,640 megawatt (MW) energy projects in Bangladesh. It is to be implemented in a corner try with a Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) during an estimated price of Rs 13,200 crore, pronounced media reports.
IJ Kapoor, executive (commercial) of NTPC, pronounced NTPC upon Wednesday hold a assembly with BPDB during New Delhi where both parties talked of implementing dual 1,320 MW (each) thermal energy projects during Khulna as well as Chittagong in Bangladesh. Work upon Khulna plan would be taken up first, Kapoor added, saying, “The discussions currently have been upon plan you do as well as sure things compulsory to be finished to encounter a schedule.”
“Though you have been not you do a feasibility studies for any of a projects, Khulna is a single which you have been right away receiving up with a Bangladesh government,” a Financial Express quoted Kapoor. NTPC in Aug sealed a chit of bargain (MoU) with BPDB to set up dual coal-based energy projects in a beside country.
Meanwhile a high-level Bangladesh commission have been in a Indian collateral to see a growth of a projects which a dual countries have been expected to exercise as per a Joint Communique sealed in between a dual countries when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid an central revisit to Delhi early this year. The commission enclosed Economic Affairs Adviser to Prime Minister Dr Moshiur Rahman as well as Foreign Affairs Adviser Dr Gawher Rizvi.