Reliance Infrastructure (RInfra) on Wednesday announced it has won two major engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts in Bangladesh valued at Rs 5,000 crore through an international competitive bidding.
Russia’s commitment to collaborate with India in building nuclear power stations in third countries is set to kick-off with Bangladesh’s first nuclear power plant being built with Russian assistance.
Team EnergyInfraPost The Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Board of Directors has approved debt financing and partial risk guarantees totalling $583 million to develop the Reliance Bangladesh Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) and Power Project. The Project, which includes a power generation facility to be located in Meghnaghat, near the capital city of Dhaka, and an LNG […]
The pouring of the first nuclear safety-related concrete for the power plant made Bangladesh the third ‘newcomer’ country to start constructing its first nuclear power reactor in three decades – following the United Arab Emirates in 2012 and Belarus in 2013.
Reliance Power completed execution of agreements for Phase 1 of the power project in Bangladesh on November 30, 2017.
Work will start on Thursday on constructing the first nuclear power plant in Bangladesh at Rooppur with Russian collaboration, according to an announcement from Russia’s atomic energy corporation Rosatom.
Bangladesh will move a step closer to becoming the 33rd nuclear power-generating country tomorrow when construction starts on the main phase of the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant – seven years after the framework agreement was signed with Russia.
A number of connectivity projects, including a new passenger train service between Kolkata and Bangladesh’s southwestern industrial city of Khulna, were today launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina that will help reduce the travel time by three hours.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina today launched a new passenger train service between Kolkata and Khulna, an industrial town in southwestern Bangladesh.
Adani Power said it will set up a new 1,600 MW coal power plant at Godda Jharkhand to supply power to Bangladesh for a period of 25 years.