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Bangladesh

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Munshiganj Mawa Orion-Long King coal-fired plant Electricity 2012 $578.90
Haripur Marubeni combined cycle plan Electricity 2012 $370.00
Summit Meghnaghat Power Company Limited Electricity 2014 $318.00
Meghnaghat Gas-Fired Power Plant Electricity 1997 $313.70
Bibiyana Power Project Electricity 2015 $300.00
Meghnaghat II Power Plant Electricity 2012 $300.00
CDC Meghnaghat Ltd. Electricity 2001 $300.00
CDC Haripur Ltd. Electricity 2001 $183.00
United Ashuganj Energy Electricity 2016 $170.00
WorldTel Bangladesh Limited ICT 2001 $160.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
United Ashuganj Energy Electricity 2016 $170.00
Bibiyana Power Project Electricity 2015 $300.00
Summit Meghnaghat Power Company Limited Electricity 2014 $318.00
Digital Power & Associates Limited Electricity 2014 $86.60
Regent Energy Ghorasal Power Plant Electricity 2014 $84.00
Sinha Power Munshiganj Power Project Electricity 2014 $27.90
Baraka Patenga Power Limited Electricity 2013 $40.30
Munshiganj Mawa Orion-Long King coal-fired plant Electricity 2012 $578.90
Haripur Marubeni combined cycle plan Electricity 2012 $370.00
Meghnaghat II Power Plant Electricity 2012 $300.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Munshiganj Mawa Orion-Long King coal-fired plant Electricity 2012 $578.90
Haripur Marubeni combined cycle plan Electricity 2012 $370.00
Summit Meghnaghat Power Company Limited Electricity 2014 $318.00
Meghnaghat Gas-Fired Power Plant Electricity 1997 $313.70
Bibiyana Power Project Electricity 2015 $300.00
Meghnaghat II Power Plant Electricity 2012 $300.00
CDC Meghnaghat Ltd. Electricity 2001 $300.00
CDC Haripur Ltd. Electricity 2001 $183.00
United Ashuganj Energy Electricity 2016 $170.00
Haripur El Paso Barge Mounted Power Plant Electricity 1998 $115.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
United Ashuganj Energy Electricity 2016 $170.00
Bibiyana Power Project Electricity 2015 $300.00
Summit Meghnaghat Power Company Limited Electricity 2014 $318.00
Digital Power & Associates Limited Electricity 2014 $86.60
Regent Energy Ghorasal Power Plant Electricity 2014 $84.00
Sinha Power Munshiganj Power Project Electricity 2014 $27.90
Baraka Patenga Power Limited Electricity 2013 $40.30
Munshiganj Mawa Orion-Long King coal-fired plant Electricity 2012 $578.90
Haripur Marubeni combined cycle plan Electricity 2012 $370.00
Meghnaghat II Power Plant Electricity 2012 $300.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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2.56/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Resources

    • 2009
    • Judy L. Baker, Editor
    • PPIAF, World Bank Group (WBG)

    Opportunities and Challenges for Small Scale Private Service Providers in Electricity and Water Supply Evidence from Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, and the Philippines

    This study provides an in-depth look at Small Scale Private Service Providers (SPSPs) of electricity and water and is based on a recent firm-level survey conducted in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, and the Philippines. The findings of the survey analysis reveal a relatively diverse group of small enterprises with different ownership structures, business models, and levels of profitability. Services range from well-organized networks such as electric mini-grids and small private water networks (SPNs), to mobile distributors of water (tankers), and smaller operations such as battery charging stations, water kiosks, and standpipes. From the analysis of the different types of service providers, it is possible to identify some of the specific...

    • 2008
    • Government of Bangladesh

    Policy Guidelines for Small Power Plant in Private Sector, Bangladesh

    The Government of Bangladesh has decided to allow private sector investor to establish Small Power Plants (SPP) on a fast track basis for generation of electricity --------use and sell the surplus to other users. The plant size could be in the order  MW, which could be built up in stages as necessary, and depending on the potential market and load grown. The SPPs will be developed on a Build-Own-Operate basis.

Date last reviewed: January 27, 2017

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