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EGCB is looking for partner for solar and wind power generation

State-owned Electricity Generation Company of Bangladesh (EGCB) is looking for company to form joint partnership to construct a 100 MW solar power plant and a 10 MW wind power plant.

An official with the company informed that for the separate solar and wind power plant at Sonagazi of Feni, the company has already asked for expression of interest (EoI) from local and foreign companies.

The EoI could be submitted within December 19 this year. Separate memorandum of understanding and joint venture agreement will be signed with the interested company upon selection.

At present, EGCB run 210MW, 335MW and 412MW power plants in Narayanganj.

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