Day-4, Mr. Amzad Hossain

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Day-4, Mr. Amzad Hossain

  1. 1. The Regulators & Policymakers Retreat 2013The Regulators & Policymakers Retreat 2013 Organized by Independent Power Producers Association ofOrganized by Independent Power Producers Association of India (IPPAI)India (IPPAI) Venue: Goa Marriot Resort & Spa, IndiaVenue: Goa Marriot Resort & Spa, India 1-4 August 20131-4 August 2013 Transnational Trade of Electricity: BangladeshTransnational Trade of Electricity: Bangladesh PerspectivePerspective byby Md. Amzad HossainMd. Amzad Hossain Director (Commercial)Director (Commercial) Power CellPower Cell Ministry of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources BangladeshMinistry of Power, Energy & Mineral Resources Bangladesh
  2. 2. Bangladesh Power Sector: At a Glance 2  Installed Capacity (MW) 8,537  Maximum Generation (MW)(12 July’13) 6,675  Present Demand (MW) 7,500  Transmission Line, 230 KV & 132 KV( Ckt. KM) 9,150  Distribution Line (upto 33KV) (KM) 283,000  Consumers(million) 14.5  Access to electricity(including 7% renewable energy) 60%  Per capita generation (including captive power)(KWh) 292  Distribution loss(%) 12.26  Accounts Receivable (equivalent month) 2.21  Generation from Renewable Sources(MW) 120
  3. 3. 3 Public Sector SL. Generation Capacity (MW) 1. BPDB 3700 2. APSCL 682 3. EGCB 210 4. NWPZCL 150 5. RPCL 77 Subtotal 4,819 (56.45%) Private Sector 1. IPPs 1297 2. SIPPs (BPDB) 99 3. SIPPs (REB) 226 4. 15 YR. Rental 169 5. 3/5 YR. Rental 1927 Subtotal 3,718 (43.55%) Total 8,537  Considering 20 % Maintenance and Forced Outage, Available Generation Capacity is about 6800 MW without fuel constraint Generation Capacity (April, 2013)
  4. 4. Energy Generation by Fuel Type 4 FY 2012
  5. 5. Power System Master Plan (2010-2030) 5  To ensure stable power supply up to year 2030  To develop an optimum power development plan through fuel diversification  To give emphasis on coal power development at potential sites
  6. 6. 6 Total Generation Capacity in 2030: 38,700 MW Domestic Coal 11,250 MW 29.07% Imported Coal 8,400 MW 21.71% Gas/LNG 8,850 MW 22.87% Nuclear 4,000 MW 10.34% Regional Grid 3,500 MW 9.04% Others 2,700 MW 6.98% Probable Power Generation: Primary Fuel Sources by 2030
  7. 7. Primary Fuel Supply  Enhanced Gas Exploration, Production  Domestic Coal development  Coal and LNG Import and deep sea port for coal handling  Safe Nuke for Base Load Project Financing  Ensuring financing for Public and Private sector projects  Availability of foreign currency Establishment of Regional Power Market  Infrastructure for regional grid inter-connection  Establishment of regional power market Human Resources Development  Development of skilled manpower: adopt and operate new technology  Introduction of corporate culture and professionalism in sector entities Major Challenges
  8. 8. Regional Initiatives 8 Bilateral initiative between the regional countries is going on. Bangladesh and India signed an MOU in January 2010 for energy cooperation specially the cross border interconnection and power trade. Power import from Pallatan, Tripura under process 500 MW hydro power import from Lempro, Myanmar. Minutes of discussion signed. Dialogue continue with Nepal and Bhutan for grid connectivity and hydro power projects on mutual cooperation Bangladesh-Nepal Minutes of Meeting signed
  9. 9. FENCHUGAN J SILCHAR →FENCHUG ANJ BHERAMAR A BAHARAMPUR BAHARAMPUR → BHERAMARA PURNIA →BARAPUKURI A THAKURGAO N 500MW [2013-] 500MW [2018-] 1000MW 500 MW MYANMAR →CHITTAGO NG 500 MW BONGAIGAON →BARAPUKU RIA 1000MW Regional Power Exchange: Possibilities
  10. 10. Power Exchange Possibilities: Bangladesh & India 10  Bongaigaon, Assam to Barapukuria/Jamalpur, Bangladesh to Purnea, Bihar (765 KV AC Line, initially operated at 400 KV AC Line)  Rangia/Rowta, Assam to Barapukuria/jamalpur, Bangladesh to North West Region (800 KV DC Bi Pole Line)  Silchar, Assam to Meghnagaht to Bheramara-to Baharampur India (400 KV AC Line)
  11. 11. 1st Grid Interconnection Between Bangladesh & India 11 500 MW power import from Baharampur, India by 2013 out of which 250 MW by mid September 2013. Rest 250 MW will be imported from private sector. India Bangladesh 70 km 30 km 400kV Baharampur 230kV Bheramara Khulna SouthJeerat Farakka 400kV double ckt line HVDC Back-to-back 500 MW Indian border to Bherama substation 27 KM 400KV double circuit line construction completed. 400 KV HVDC back-to back substation in Bangladesh part 90% work completed
  12. 12. Regional Initiatives 12 BIMSTEC Grid Interconnection  An MOU has been prepared based on the 'Declaration of First BIMSTEC Energy Ministers' Conference' held on 4th October 2005 for trans power exchange and grid interconnection, hydropower development, energy security of the region, establish BIMSTEC Energy centre (BEC) etc.  3rd Taskforce meeting on Trans Power Exchange was held during 23-24 August 2012 in Dhaka which indeed facilitated further for transnational power trade.  4th Taskforce meeting on Trans power Exchange held on 11 January 2013 in New Delhi and reviewed the draft MOU. It is still not signed .
  13. 13. Legal and Policy Framework 13 Power System Master Plan(PSMP) 2010  Private sector generation will be increased by 60% which is now 44% Under Electricity Act, 1910 (amendment(2013)  Govt . will create business friendly environment through policy to encourage public & private sector investment  Private sector participation allowed in generation, transmission & distribution sector  Government will establish competitive power market  Enable cross border trade  Grid open access allowed to enhance market environment
  14. 14. Legal and Policy Framework 14 Under Electricity Act, 1910 amendment: Government consent is not required to install a power plant when the capacity is upto 50 MW Captive power generator shall have right to national grid for carrying out electricity Under Electricity Act Independent System Operator (ISO) will be established to ensure countrywide integrated system operation ISO-responsible for optimum scheduling and merit order dispatch electricity from the generating stations
  15. 15. Conclusion 15 Bangladesh strongly believes regional cooperation. It believes that an integrated Energy Market under transnational power trade through win-win options removing unnecessary conflicts can ensure the Energy Security in the Region.
  16. 16. Thank You Very Much

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