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Another 100MW power added to national grid

Bangla Trac Power Unit-2 Ltd’s ongoing power project, built in Noapara, Jashore has successfully added 100MW electricity to national grid on 16 April 2018.

Besides, another 200MW power plant of Bangla Trac Power Unit-1 Ltd has been built at Daudkandi, Cumilla, said a press release.

Currently, it is running on an experimental basis and soon it will also be able to supply electricity to national power grid.

About the work of Bangla Trac Group, to meet the increasing demand of electricity, the company Chairman Mohammad Aminul Haque said, “A  fully dedicated team have been working hard to meet the increasing demand of electricity in Bangladesh for a long time. We are really excited to successfully add 100MW electricity to national grid.”

Bangla Trac Group’s Managing Director Tarique Ekramul Haque said, “We are happy to successfully run the Bangla Trac Power Unit-2 Ltd’s power plant. Our goal is to provide electricity to every part of the country and we will be working efficiently to meet the goal.”

Bangla Trac Limited is a leading business group in Bangladesh with key interests in infrastructure, power, telecommunications and quick service restaurants.

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