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6. November 2012 2 06 /11 /November /2012 23:41

As Pakistan continues to struggle with possibly the worst electricity crisis witnessed by any nation on the planet ever, even countries like Bangladesh have chalked out a strategy to bridge the gap between the demand and supply of this basic utility through diversification of energy sources for power generation to ensure the country’s future.


Bangladesh, which also produces electricity through high-cost rental power plants, will have an overall electricity generation of 9,839 megawatts (MW) by 2013 against the demand for 8,340 MW.


Moreover, this country (called East Pakistan till 1971) has set a target to generate around 30,000 MW of electricity by the year 2030.


According to a recent edition of “The Financial Express,” an esteemed Bangladeshi daily newspaper, the country’s Finance Minister AMA Muhith has said that the country would have no electricity crisis after 2013 when the generation would exceed total demand for power.


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