- BPDB of Bangladesh is looking for developers for a 50 MW to 60 MW solar power project
- It will need to be built on build-own-operate basis with the selected developer arranging requisite financing
- Project location will be Rangunia in Chattogram; winner will be selected basis comprehensive technical, commercial, financial and tariff proposal submitted to BPDB
Bangladesh Power Development Board Issues Re-Tender For 100 MW Solar Power Development Near Chuadanga & Netrokona Substations; August 7, 2019 Last Date To Submit Bids
(10. July 2019)
Electricity Generation Company of Bangladesh Issues Expression Of Interest For Joint Venture Partner To Help Develop 100 MW Solar Power Project In Sonagazi, Feni District
(14. November 2018)
Bangladesh Power Development Board Tenders 200 MW Grid Connected Solar Power Capacity To Be Developed On BOO Basis
(20. July 2018)
The Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) has issued bid documents for grid tied solar power project with 50 MW to 60 MW capacity to be built on a build-own-operate (BOO) basis at Rangunia, Chattogram for a period of 20 years.
Interested developers will be assessed on the basis of comprehensive technical, commercial, financial and tariff proposal submitted to BPDB. Arranging requisite financing will be the responsibility of the selected developer.
Last date to submit bids is March 14, 2019 with more details on BPDB website.
In July 2018, BPDB tendered 200 MW grid connected solar power capacity in the form of 4 projects of 50 MW each to be developed on BOO basis (see Bangladesh Issues 200 MW PV Tender).
In early February 2019, Malaysia’s OCK Group signed an agreement with Anand Agro to develop 100 MW solar power plant in Bangladesh’s Rangpur region (see Malaysian Company For Solar In Bangladesh).