Solar Power Plant Planned in Sirajganj

dhakatribune.com, Aug 30,’16

North-West Power Generation Company Limited (NWPGCL) is going to set up a 7.6MW solar power plant in in dist. Sirajganj, Bangladesh. The company has already sent a development project proposal to the executive committee of the national economic council for approval. Power Point Korea has been selected as a contractor for the project. It has sought approval from the Planning Ministry for the proposed project. Soon after getting approval, it will start construction work on the plant. The Sirajganj plant will be set up on 23.75 acres of land that would cost US$16.02 million. The contractor will build the proposed power plant by June 2018.

India Set To Strike Power Deal With Bangladesh

Inserbia, Feb 27,’16

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited has said that it will sign a contract with Bangladesh on February 28 for setting up a 2*660MW power plant in district Khulna at a cost of USD 1.6 billion. Exim Bank, the external lending arm of the Indian government, agreed to bear 70% funding of the project’s costs at a soft interest rate of around 1% above Libor – the leading global benchmark for pricing transactions.

Adia Acquires 36 Percent Stake in Peruvian Company

Gulfnews, Feb 16 2016

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority acquired stake in Fenix Power Peru

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (Adia), has acquired a 36 % stake in Fenix Power Peru, a Thermoelectric power generation company in Lima. Peru has received up to $1.7 billion in investments from the UAE since 2010, making Peru the second biggest investment destination in Latin America.