Power transmission from Adani’s 1,600MW coal-fired power plant in the Indian state of Jharkhand to Bangladesh began on March 9, although power tariff issues remain unresolved.
The power transmission was synchronized with Bangladesh’s national grid on a test basis, according to a Power Grid Company of Bangladesh (PGCB) Facebook status. More than 50MW of power from the Adani plant reached Bangladesh’s national grid via newly constructed transmission lines and substations.
The company stated that it developed a 134km 400kV transmission line from the adjoining Mankasha area to Bogura via Rohanpur. A 400/230kV substation was also erected in Bogura to enable power evacuation.
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