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Bangla Trac Power adds 200MW to national grid

Bangla Trac Power Unit-1 Ltd has started supplying 200 megawatts of electricity to the national grid from its plant in Daudkandi, Comilla.

“A fully dedicated team of our company has been working hard to meet the increasing demand of electricity in Bangladesh for a long time,” said Mohammad Aminul Haque, chairman of Bangla Trac Group, in a statement.

“We are really excited to successfully add another 200MW of electricity to the national grid on April 24, 2018,” he said.

This brings the group’s contribution to the national to 300MW. On April 16, 2018, the company’s plant in Noapara, Jessore added 100MW to the grid.

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