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History
At the time of partition of Indo-pak sub-continent, in the year 1947 when the British colonial rulers left, power
generation and distribution of this part of the country were in the hands of some private companies. The
power supply to then 17 provincial districts was within the township in a limited way. The generation voltage
was 400 volts. Power used to be supplied to most of the districts during nighttime only. Only exception was
Dhaka City where power used to be supplied by two 1500 kW generators and the generation voltage was
6600 volts and this was the highest supply voltage. There was no long distance transmission lines. Besides
power used to be generated by some industries (tea, sugar and textiles) and railway workshops. Dhakeswari
Cotton Mills, Pahartali Railway workshop, Saidpur Railway workshop and Sugar Mills were amongst them. In
aggregate the generation capacity of the country was 21 MW. The generation capacity of the power utility
companies together was only 7 (seven) MW and there was no transmission system.

East-West Interconnector across River Jamuna


In 1948, Electricity Directorate was created in order to plan and improve power supply situation. In 1959, Water and
Power Development Authority (WAPDA) was created and the power sector really started working satisfactorily. In 1960,
Electricity Directorate was merged with WAPDA. The basic philosophy was to give more autonomy to an organization for
development of this basic infrastructure. At that time relatively higher capacity plants were built at Siddhirganj, Chittagong
and Khulna (highest plant size was only 10 MW Steam Turbine at Siddirganj). At the same time Kaptai dam was under
construction under Irrigation department. Unit size of Kaptai was 40 MW, which for that time was considered to be a large
power plant. Side by side construction of Dhaka-Chittagong 132 KV transmission line was in progress. Construction of
Kaptai dam and commissioning of Dhaka-Chittagong 132 KV transmission line in the year 1962 may be taken as
milestone of power development of this country.
In 1972, after the emergence of Bangladesh through a bloody War of Liberation as an independent state, Bangladesh
Power Development Board (BPDB) was created as a public sector organization to boost the power sector.
During mid 1970s government emphasized on the rural electrification for achieving a desirable social upliftment in the
country. A different approach and a new model was considered for undertaking a comprehensive scheme. Thus the
Government created Rural Electrification Board (REB) in October 1977. Later in 1991 Dhaka Electric Supply Authority

(DESA) was created basically to operate and develop distribution system in and around Dhaka (including the metropolitan
city) and bring about improvement of customer service, collection of revenue and lessen the administrative burden of
BPDB.

Kaptai dam
Public investments and state ownership have been the traditional means to exercise control over the electricity sector.
Government regulated the natural monopoly of power supply primarily to protect the consumers interest. The situation is
fast changing. Structural changes are taking place and new corporate characters are emerging. The gradual expansion of
the infrastructure has also been justified by the need for realizing social goods relating to rural electrification and low cost
electricity supply to the public.
As on June 2006, in FY 2006, BPDB has total installed capacity of 5245 MW at 103 units (BPDB 3985 MW at 66 Unit and
IPP (mixed) 1260 MW at 37 units) of Power Plants located at different parts of the country. The main fuel used for power
generation is indigenous gas. Total 15,417 Gwh gross energy was generated in the public sector power plant under
BPDB. In addition, total 8286 Gwh of energy was purchased by BPDB from Independent Power Producers (IPP) in the
private sector. The maximum demand served during peak hours is 4130 MW in September 17, 2007. The transmission
network of BPDB (now PGCB) is 3919 route km long comprising 230, 132 and 66 KV lines. The total numbers of grid substations are 7 (total 93 including PGCB & Others) and the total capacity is 13,309 MVA as on .
In FY 2008-09, BPDB had about 12,264 employees of which 2,442 were of supervisory level (holding positions of subassistant engineer or higher or equivalent) as on 07/07/2009.

The Board

Chairman

A. S. M. Alamgir Kabir
B. Sc. Engg. (Electrical)

Member
(Generation)

Md. Mostafa Kamal


B. Sc. Engg. (Mechanical)

Member
(Planning & Development)

Md. Delwar Hossain


B. Sc. Engg. (Electrical)

Member
(Distribution)
Md. Jamal Ullah
B. Sc. Engg. (Electrical)

Member
(Company Affairs)

Md. Moqbul Hussain


B. Sc. Engg. (Civil)

Member
(Administration)
S. M. Mesbahul Islam
M. A (Public Administration)

Member
(Finance)

MD. Fazlul Hoque


B.A(Hons), M. A (Economics), MBA

Key Statistics
TOTAL INSTALLED CAPACITY

5453 MW (105 Unit)

December - 2008

BPDB

3812 MW (59 Unit)

December - 2008

IPP

1330 MW (39 Unit)

December - 2008

311 MW (7 Unit)

December - 2008

PRESENT GENERATION CAPABILITY

4931 MW

December - 2008

MAXIMUM DEMAND SERVED SO FAR

4296 MW

18-09-2009

TRANSMISSION LINES (230 KV)

1158 Route KM

FY-2008

TRANSMISSION LINES (132 KV)

3166.8 Route KM

FY-2008

TRANSMISSION LINES (66 KV)

167 Route KM

FY- 2008

GRID SUB-STATION CAPACITY (230 / 132 KV)

6400 MVA

FY- 2008

GRID SUB-STATION CAPACITY (132/33 KV)

9513 MVA

FY- 2008

47,479 Route KM

FY-2007

17,83,295

FY-2008

SIPP & Rental

DISTRIBUTION LINES (33 KV & BELOW)


CONSUMER NUMBER

CENTRAL LOAD DESPATCH CENTER


BPDB, SIDDHIRGONJ, NARAYANGANJ
LOAD CURVE

Generation
Different types of power plants generate electricity and synchronize it with the national grid. There are some
isolated diesel power stations at remote places and islands which are not connected with the National Grid.
Terminal voltage of different generators are 11 KV, 11.5 KV and 15.75 KV.
In the Eastern Zone (eastern side of river Jamuna), electricity is generated from indigenous gas and a small
percentage through hydro power. In the Western Zone, Coal and imported liquid fuel is used for generation of
electricity. The fuel cost per unit generation in the Western Zone is much higher than that of the Eastern Zone.
Therefore, as a policy, low cost electricity generated in the Eastern Zone is transferred to the Western Zone
through the 230 kV East-West Inter connector transmission line.

Ghorashal 210 MW Thermal Power Station

Installed capacity of BPDB power plants(As on June'2008)


The total installed capacity including IPP consists of the following mix :
Hydro
Steam
Gas Turbine
Combined Cycle

230 MW

( 4.42 %)

2638 MW (50.72 %)
897 MW (17.24 %)
1206 MW ( 23.18 %)

Diesel

231 MW

( 4.44 %)

Total

5202 MW

(100%)

Bangladesh Power Development Board


Directorate of System Planning
Month:-April 2007
(A) EAST ZONE (Existing)
Power Station

Number
of
Unit(s)

Unit
Type

Commissioning
date
(DD/MM/YY)

Type of
Fuel

1
1

2
KARNAFULI HYDRO

3
2

4
Hydro
Hydro
Hydro
Hydro
Hydro
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
CT CC
ST
CT CC
ST
ST
CT
CT
CT
CT

5
26-02-1962
08-01-1962
08-01-1982
11-01-1988
17-07-1970
08-07-1970
17-12-1986
04-05-1987
21-03-1988
15-11-1982
28-03-1984
23-03-1986
29-04-1970
03-09 2004
31-10-1987
15-11-1987
02-12-1987
28-03-2005

6
Hydro
Hydro
Hydro
Hydro
Hydro
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas

7
40
40
50
50
50
64
64
150
150
150
56
34
56
50
210
33
33
33
105

8
40
40
50
50
50
64
64
140
130
80
30
12
30
30
205
30
30
30
105

9
35
35
0
30
0
57
57
150
140
0
30
11
27
0
165
0
0
0
75

10
42
0
0
38
0
60
64
0
140
0
30
0
27
30
0
0
0
0
70

ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
ST
CT
CT
CT
CT
CT CC
ST
CT

16-06-1974
13-02-1976
14-09-1986
18-03-1989
15-09-1994
31-01-1999
1968-69
28-03-2000
25-10-2000
24-12-1994
31-01-1995
08-06-1995
13-12-1986

Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas

55
55
210
210
210
210
96
35
35
30
30
30
20

30
30
190
190
190
190
20
30
30
30
30
30
20

0
30
180
190
190
190
20
0
0
27
26
25
20.0

0
30
180
190
190
0
18
0
0
25
25
23
20.0

ST
ST
ST
CT

28.03.1993
21.09.1997
24-04-1984
13-10-1986

Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas

210
210
60
56

180
180
42
10

180
180
0
10

180
180
0
10

Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas

110
140

110
140

75
120

93
105

360

360

Gas

450

450

232
125
447

232
122
443

4240

3692

3079.0

2567.0

ASHUGANJ

2
3

SIDDHIRGANJ

HARIPUR

1
1
1
1
1
3

TONGI

GHORASAL

2
4

SHAHJIBAZAR

4
2

FENCHUGANJ CC

SYLHET

1
1
1
1

10

RAOZAN

11

SIKALBAHA

1
1

Private
1
NEPC (Haripur BMPP)
2
RPC (Mymenshing)
3

CDC, Haripur

CDC,Meghnaghat
SUB TOTAL(A) :

8
4
1
1
2
1
56

D
30-06-1999
CT
20/11/99, Jan 00
CT
Oct. 00,Dec.00
CT CC 23-05-2001
ST
01-12-2001
CT CC
26-11-2002
ST

Installed
Capacity
(MW)

Present
(Derated)
Capacity
(MW)

SL
No.

Generation (MW) on
Max.
Min.
Gen. Day
Gen. Day

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(B) WEST ZONE (Existing)

SL
No
1
1

Power Station
2
KHULNA

Number
of
Unit(s)
3
1

Unit
Type

Type of
Fuel

4
ST

Commissioning
date
(DD/MM/YY)
5
25-05-1973

6
F.Oil

Installed
Capacity
(MW)
7
60

Derated
Capacity
(MW)
8
48

ST

07-07-1984

F.Oil

110

90

60.0

57

CT
CT

07-06-1980
03-06-1980

SKO
SKO

28
28

14
16

12.0
15.0

10
14

Generation (MW) on
Max.
Min.
Gen. Day
Gen. Day
9
10
0.0
0

BHERAMARA

CT
CT
CT

28-07-1976
27-04-1976
19-01-1980

HSD
HSD
HSD

20
20
20

18
19
19

17.0
18.0
0.0

18
18
0

SAIDPUR

CT

17-09-1987

HSD

20

20

20.0

4
5

THAKURGAON
BARISAL

3
3
2

D
D
CT
CT

06-06-1966
1975-1980
05-08-1984
04-10-1987

LDO
HSD
HSD
HSD

4.5
7.14
20
20

2
2
18
17

2.5
2.5
14.0
0.0

2.0
1.9
15.5
0.0

RANGPUR

CT

16-08-1988

HSD

20

19

19.0

0.0

BHOLA

D
D

08-10-1988
1975-1980

CT
CT
ST

04-06-1991
25-11-2001
31-01-2006

3
1.76
2
71
100
250

1.8
1
1.8
71
100
250

1.0
1.0

BAGHABARI

F.Oil/HSD
HSD
HSD
Gas
Gas
COAL

1.8
1.0

1
3
2
1
1
2

0.0
85.0
192.0

0
86
111

18

12-10-1998

F.Oil

110

110

90.0

90

CT

26-06-1999

Gas

90

88

89.0

89

47

1005

926

638.8

514.4

103

5245

4618

3717.8

3081.4

9
BARAPUKURIA
Private
1
2

KPCL BMPP
BAGHABARI BMPP
WEST MONT (WPL)
SUB TOTAL(B) :
TOTAL(A+B);

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SUMMARY

Installed
Capacity
(MW)
7
230
2268
180
502
0
1060

Derated
Capacity
(MW)
8
230
1935
132
335
0
1060

ALL
ST (Steam Turbine)
CT (Combustion Turbine)
D (Diesel)
Coal
Private

4240
170
367
18
250
200

3692
138
331
9
250
198

3079.0
60.0
200.0
7.8
192.0
179.0

2567
57
162
6
111
179

ALL
Hydro
System
ST (Steam Turbine)
Total
CC (Combined Cycle)
CT (Combustion Turbine)
D (Diesel)
Coal
Private
ALL

1005
230
2438
180
869
18
250
1260
5245

926
230
2073
132
666
9
250
1258
4618

638.8
100.0
1769.0
119.0
352.0
7.8
192.0
1178.0
3717.8

514.4
80
1301
103
307
6
111
1174
3081.4

2
3
Hydro
East
ST (Steam Turbine)
Zone
CC (Combined Cycle)
Total
CT (Combustion Turbine)
D (Diesel)
Private

West
Zone
Total

Generation (MW) on
Max.
Min.
Gen. Day
Gen. Day
9.0
10
100.0
80
1709.0
1244
119.0
103
152.0
145
0.0
0
999.0
995

Notes : For April' 2007


System Maximum Generation was on 21-04-2007 during peak hours at 20.00 hrs.
System Minimum Generation was on 14-04-2007 during peak hours at 21.00 hrs.
Plant under long time(more than 3 months) outage has not been shown in the derated capacity

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Transmission Network (as on June 2008)


PGCB (erstwhile BPDB) owns and operates the high voltage transmission network throughout Bangladesh. The
national grid operates at 230 KV, 132 KV and 66 KV and controls and manages the second to second operation
of electricity transmission system, balancing electricity generation to meet the demand.
Salient features of PGCB and BPDB's transmission network is Grid Substations Capacity

: 15913 MVA

Total no of substations

: 103 Nos. ( 7 Nos BPDB, PGCB 83 Nos and Others 13 Nos. )

Existing Transmission Lines as on June 2008


A.) 230 KV Transmission Lines

Sl.
Name of Lines
No
.
1 East - West Interconnector .
2 Tongi - Ghorasal
3 Ghorasal - Ashuganj
4 Raojan - Hathazari
5 Ashuganj - Comilla North
6 Ghorasal - Rampura
7 Rampura - Haripur
8 Haripur - Meghnaghat
9 Meghnaghat - Hasnabad
10 Comilla North - Hathazari
11 AES, Haripur - Haripur
12 Comilla North - Meghnaghat
13 Hasnabad - Aminbazar - Tongi
14 Siddhirganj - Haripur
15 Ashuganj - Sirajganj***
16 Khulna - Ishurdi***
17 Bogra-Barapukuria***
Total
***Commissioned during FY 2007- 08

Lenth in
Route

Lenth in
Ckt.

No. of
Ckt.

kilometers
179
27
44
22.5
79
46
26
12
26
151
2
58
50
1.5

kilometers
358
54
88
45
158
92
52
24
52
302
4
116
100
1.5

143
185
106
1158

286
370
212
2314.5

Double
Double
Double

Lenth in
Route

Lenth in
Ckt.

No. of
Ckt.

kilometers
138
150
273
13

kilometers
276
300
546
13

Double
Double
Double
Single

61

122

Double

Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Single

Conductor
Name
Size
Mallard
795 MCM
Mallard
795 MCM
Mallard
795 MCM
Twin 300 sq.mm
Finch
1113 MCM
Twin Mallard
2x795 MCM
Twin Mallard
2x795 MCM
Twin Mallard
2x795 MCM
Twin Mallard
2x795 MCM
Finch
1113 MCM
Finch
1113 MCM
Twin Mallard
2x795 MCM
Twin AAAC
37/4.176 mm.
ACSR
600 sq. mm.
Twin AAAC
Twin AAAC
Twin AAAC

37/4.176 mm.
37/4.176 mm.
37/4.176 mm.

B.) 132 KV Transmission Lines

Sl.
Name of Lines
No
.
01. Siddhirganj - Shahjibazar
02. Shahjibazar - Chatak
03. Siddhirganj - Kaptai
04. Kulshi - Halishahar
05. Comilla South -Chandpur

Conductor
Name
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Linnet +
Grosbeak

Size
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
(336.4 + 636)
MCM

06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
11.
12.
13
14
15
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.

43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49
50
51
52
53

Comilla North -Comilla South


Ashuganj - Jamalpur
Madanhat - Sikalbaha
Sikalbaha - Dohazari
Sikalbaha - Halishahar
Kulshi - Baraulia
Madanhat - Kulshi
Madanhat - Kulshi
Kaptai - Baraulia
Dohazari - Cox's Bazar
Feni - Chowmuhani
Feni - Baraulia
Mymensingh - Netrokona
Goalpara - Ishurdi
Ishurdi - Bogra
Bogra - Saidpur
Saidpur - Thakurgaon
Goalpara - Bagerhat
Barisal - Bhandaria - Bagerhat
Bagerhat - Mangla
Barisal - Patuakhali
Bheramara - Faridpur - Barisal
Rajshahi - Natore
Ishurdi - Baghabari - Shahjadpur
Ishurdi - Pabna - Shahjadpur
Bogra - Sirajganj - Shahjadpur
Rajshahi - Nawabganj
Rangpur - Lalmonirhat
Bogra - Noagaon
Kabirpur - Tangail
Tongi - Mirpur - Kall.pur - Hasbad
Hasnabad - Shyampur - Haripur
Siddhirganj - Ullon
Siddhirganj - Maniknagar
Siddhirganj - Maniknagar**
Maniknagar - Narinda**

16
166
13
35
13
13
13
13
58
87
32
90
34
169
106
140
64
45
80
31
37
225
40
73
56
100
47
38
52
51
49
40
16
10
10
5

32
332
26
70
13
26
13
13
116
174
64
90
68
338
212
280
128
45
80
31
37
450
40
73
56
200
94
38
104
102
98
80
32
10
10
10

Double
Double
Double
Double
Single
Double
Single
Single
Double
Double
Double
Single
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Single
Single
Single
Single
Double
Single
Single
Single
Double
Double
Single
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Single
Single
Double

Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
AAAC
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
AAAC
AAAC
AAAC
AAAC
AAAC
HAWK
HAWK
Grosbeak
HAWK
HAWK
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Cu.Cable

636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
804 sq.mm
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
804 MCM
804 MCM
804 MCM
804 MCM
804 MCM
477 MCM
477 MCM
636 MCM
477 MCM
477 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
240 sq.mm

Ullon - Dhanmondi**

5.5

11

Double

Cu.Cable

240 sq.mm

Ullon - Dhanmondi**
Tongi - Kabirpur - Manikganj
Ullon - Rampura -Tongi
Moghbazar In Out Ullon -Ramp.**
Ghorasal - Joydebpur
Baghabari - Shahjadpur
Chandpur - Chowmuhani
Barapukuria-Rangpur
Barapukuria-Saidpur
Madaripur-Gopalganj
Khulna(C)-Khulna(S)
Khulna(S)-Satkhira

5.5
53
20
3
26
7
75
45
36
45
9
56

11
106
40
6
52
14
150
90
72
45
18
56

Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Double
Single
Double
Single

XLPE
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
AAAC
Twin AAAC
AAAC

800 sq.mm
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
804 MCM
37/4.176 mm.
804 MCM

54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61

Rajshahi - Natore
Matuail In-Out from Sidd-Manik**
Rampura-Gulshan U/G Cable
Sikalbaha-Bakulia
Julda-Shahmirpur
Kamrangirchar In-Out from Has-Kal**

Kulshi-Bakulia
Haripur-Maniknagar**
Total

40
5.5
3.3
4
7
3
4
12
3166.8

40
11
6.6
4
14
6
4
12
5610.6

Single
Double
Double
Single
Double
Double
Single
Single

Lenth in
Route

Lenth in
Ckt.

No. of
Ckt.

kilometers
167

kilometers
167

167

167

Grosbeak
Grosbeak
XLPE
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak
Grosbeak

636 MCM
636 MCM
800 sq.mm
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM
636 MCM

*Transmission line under the control of


DPDC
C.) 66 KV Transmission Lines

Sl.
Name of Lines
No
.
01. Rajshahi - Ishurdi - Pabna Shahjadpur - Ullahpara
Total

Conductor
Name

Size

Merlin

336 MCM

Single

LIST OF GRID SUB-STATIONS


(As on June, 2008)
A. 230/132 KV SUB-STATIONS .
a. PGCB
Name of Grid
Sub-Station

Sl. No

Transformer
Capacity (MVA)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Hathazari
Comilla ( N )
Tongi
Haripur
Hasnabad
Ishurdi
Rampura
Aminbazar
Barapukuria

3 x 150
1 x 225
3 x 225
3 x 225
3 x 225
3 x 225
3 x 225
3 x 225
2 x 225

10

Khulna (S)

2 x 225 (7 x 75)

11

Sirajganj
Switching

12

Bogra

(3 x 75)
(10 x 75)
(10 x 75)
(10 x 75)
( 9 x 75)
(10 x 75)
(10 x 75)
(6 x 75)

Maximum
Flow (MW)

Remarks

390
210
490
580
386
400
345
240
224
Date of Commissioning: 16th
Dec 06 & 29th Jan 07
Date of Commissioning: 1st
Dec 07
Date of Commissioning: May
2008

1 x 225 (4 x 75)

b. BPDB
1
2

Ashuganj
Ghorasal

2 x 150
2 x 125

B. 132/33 KV SUB-STATIONS
1. CHITTAGONG CIRCLE
a. PGCB
Name of Grid
Sub-Station

Sl. No
1
2
3
4
5

Transformer
Capacity(MVA)

Maximum
Demand (MW)
32.20
66
42
42
36
108
24
65

Chandraghona
Hathazari
Madunaghat
Dohazari
Coxsbazar
Kulsi (PGCB)
Kulsi (Meghna)
Baroaulia

Halishahar

9
10
11

Bakulia
Julda
Shahmirpur

2 x 15/20
1x44.1 / 63, 1x41/63
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 28 / 40
2 x 25/41
2 x 44.1 / 63
1 x 25/41
2 x 48 / 64
2 x 44.1 / 63
1 x 48 / 64
2 x 48 / 64
2 x 48 / 64
2 x 48 / 64

Kaptai
Sikalbaha

1x 15 / 20
2 x 25 / 41.6

7.50
37.10

1x25/30

12.90

114
72
15

b. BPDB
1
2

c. Private
1

AKSML

Remarks

2. DHAKA CIRCLE
a. PGCB
Name of Grid SubStation

Sl. No

Transformer
Capacity(MVA)

Maximum
Demand
(MW)
89
67
111
128
107

1
2
3
4
5

Siddhirganj
Maniknagar
Ullon
Shyampur
Hasnabad

Mirpur

Kallyanpur

2 x 50 / 83.3
1 x 50 / 75
3 x 35 / 50
3 x 50 / 75
3 x 35/50, 1x25/33
1 x 35 / 50,
2 x 50 / 75
3 x 50 / 75

Gulshan GIS

2x 80 / 120

Tongi

10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Kabirpur
Manikganj
Tangail
Joydebpur
Bhulta
Kishoreganj
Mymensingh
Jamalpur
Netrokona

2 x 50 / 75,
1 x 25 / 41
2 x 25/41, 1 x 50/83
2x 35 / 50
2x 25 / 41
3 x 35 / 50
2 x 35/50
2 x 15 / 20, 1 x 10
3 x 25 / 41
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 15 / 20

19

New Tongi

2 x 50 / 75

Ghorasal

2 x 50

75

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Haripur
Moghbazar
Dhanmondi
Narinda
Banga Bhaban
Madanganj
Sitalakhya
Matuail

2 x 35 / 50
2 x 50 / 75
2 x 50 / 75
2 x 50 / 75
2 x 28 / 35
2 x 35/50
2 x 50 / 75
2 x 50 / 75

83
112
124
107
72
80
86

Kamrangirchar

2 x 50 / 75

Remarks

118
134
56

Date of Commissioning:
27th May 2007

115
97
70
58
99
65
40
80
62
31
Date of Commissioning:
June 2008

b. BPDB
1

c. DESA

Date of Commissioning:
June 2008

c. DESCO
1
2

Basundhara
Uttara

3 x 50 / 75
2 x 50 / 75

145
67.3

1 x 20 / 25

15

d. Private
1

Rahim Steel

3. COMILLA CIRCLE
a. PGCB
Name of Grid
Sub-Station

Sl. No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Feni
Chowmuhani
Comilla (N)
Comilla (S)
Chandpur
Sreemongal
Fenchuganj

Sylhet

Chhatak

Transformer
Capacity(MVA)
2 x 25 / 41
3 x 25 / 41
1 x 40, 1x15/20
4 x 25 / 41
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 15 / 20
15 / 19.9 , 15 / 20
2 x 25 / 41
1 x 50 / 83.3
2 x 15 / 20
1 x 25 / 41

Maximum
Demand
(MW)
54
68
35
98
42
34
26

Remarks

95
25

b. BPDB
1

Ashuganj

Shahjibazar

2x15 / 25, 1x25,


1x25/41
1 x 15, 1 x 25 / 41

58
30

4. KHULNA CIRCLE
a. PGCB
Sl. No

Name of Grid
Sub-Station

1
2
3

Goalpara
Khulna( C )
Noapara

Jessore

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Jhenaidah
Kushtia (Bottail)
Faridpur
Madaripur
Gopalganj
Barisal
Bhandaria
Bagerhat
Mongla

14

Patuakhali

15
16

a) Bheramara
PGCB
b) Bheramara
GK (132/5.5)
Satkhira

Transformer
Capacity(MVA)
2 x 12.5 / 16.67
3 x 48 / 64
2 x 20
1 x 50/83.3,
2 x 40
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 25 /41
2 x 25/41
2 x 15/20
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 15 / 20
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 25 / 41
2 x 15 / 20
1 x 25 / 41

Maximum
Demand (MW)
7.40
99
31.2
93
64
60
49.20
65.20
13
58
18
34
19
34

2 x 15/20

18.6

1x15/20

7.20

2 x 25 / 41

28

Remarks

5. BOGRA CIRCLE
PGCB
Sl. No

Name of Grid
Sub-Station

a) Ishurdi
132/33 KV
b) Ishurdi
132/66 KV
Natore

Rajshahi

4
5

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Nawabganj
Pabna
a) Shahajadpur
132/33 KV
b) Shahajadpur
132/66 KV
Sirajganj
Bogra
Noagaon
Palashbari
Rangpur
Lalmonirhat
Saidpur

14

Purbasadipur

15
16

Thakurgaon
Barapukuria

Transformer
Capacity(MVA)

Maximum
Demand
(MW)

2 x 10 / 13.3

21

2 x 25 /41
2 x 25 / 33
1x 35 / 50
4 x 15 / 20
2 x 25 / 41

41

54
48

3 x 15 / 20

28

1 x 15 / 20

3 x 15 / 20
4 x 25 / 41
3 x 25 / 41
2 x 15 / 20
2 x 25 / 41
2x 15 / 20
2 x 25 / 41
1 x 12.5 / 16.67
2 x 20
2 x 25/41
2 x 15 / 20

Remarks

57

Transformer under repair

36.50
82
78
30.80
53.20
28
64
37.50
34

C. 66 KV SUB-STATIONS
Sl. No
1
2

Name of Grid
Sub-Station
Ullapara
66/11 kV
Rajshahi
66/33 kV

Transformer
Capacity(MVA)

Maximum
Demand
(MW)

1 x 7.5, 1 x 1.5
1 x 10 (REB)

9.50

1 x 5/6.6

4.70

Remarks

Planning
The accepted methodology for BPDB's power system planning is to prepare a least-cost system expansion
plan. This approach assumes the demand function to be a given, postulates system expansion sequences to
meet the demand and then goes on to analyze the alternatives, eventually selecting the sequence that has the
lowest economic cost. This basic approach was also followed in the Power System Master Plan (PSMP)

The Power System Master Plan (PSMP) was updated by BPDB in 2005 with the help of Nexant,USA
as consultants under the Technical Assistance from Asian Development Bank (ADB). In the PSMP of
2005 least-cost power system expansion, especially generation and transmission expansion plans were
prepared covering a period of 20 years (2005-2025). The addition sequences are being reviewed by
BPDB incorporating latest changes in power developments. BPDB has got short-term, mid-term and
long-term plan for Power Development. The projects under short-term plan are at various stages of
implementation.

Generation Planning
DEMAND FORECAST:

In the Power System Master Plan(PSMP) of 1995 benchmark load forecast was based on about 8% growth
rate. However, due to shortage in generation. capacity, the actual demand could not be supplied for the last few
years. The maximum demand served so far is 3782.1 MW(30.10.2005). The electricity development is required to
be accelerated to increase access and attain economic development. The desirable economic growth rate
would be about 6-7% p.a. Based upon the Reference Forecast the anticipated peak demand would be about
5112 MW in FY2007, 9786 MW in FY2015 and 13,993 MW in 2020. According to PSMP- 2005 year-wise
demand forecast is given below.
BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD
Peak Demand and Generation Capacity Based on PSMP-2005 Base Forecast
Peak Demand (net)
Year

Net Generation

Net Generation

Capacity
MW

MW

GWh

2005

4308

4458

21964

2006

4693

4683

23945

2007

5112

5425

26106

2008

5569

6002

28461

2009

6066

7313

31028

2010

6608

7986

33828

2011

7148

8586

36622

2012

7732

9449

39647

2013

8364

9979

42922

2014

9047

10879

46467

2015

9786

11579

50306

2016

10,512

12479

54079

2017

11,291

13229

58135

2018

12,128

14229

62496

2019

13,027

15243

67183

2020

13,993

16643

72222

Generation Planning:
Generation Planning is the most important part of the power system and the reliability of the whole power system
depends largely on the reliability of power generating system. The generation in the system should be such that it can
supply the demand at all times under the outage of normal maintenance and forced outage. To develop generation

addition sequence Power System Master Plan of 1995 used PC-based WASP (Weign Automatic System Planning
Package). This software determines least-cost generation addition sequences based upon the load characteristics,
schedule maintenance, forced outage, and reliability level plant cost etc. The least cost generation addition sequence
includes peak and base load plants of optimum unit size. Since then BPDB has been using PC-based WASP for
generation planning. Annual LOLP (LOSS-OF LOAD PROBABILITY) of 1% is being used as reliability criteria. The
equivalent to about 4 days/year of LOLE (LOSS-OF-LOAD-EXPECTATION).

Raozan 210 MW Thermal Power Plant


Indigenous natural gas, coal and hydro resources are mainly considered for generation planning as fuel. In case of
generation plant sitting regional balance in generation is being given due importance. Other factors such as availability of
fuel, cooling water, transportation of heavy equipment, proximately to grid network & load center etc. are also considered
for plant sitting. Five Year Plan is prepared based on the least-cost generation addition sequence and latest progress
made in this sector. List of generation projects in Five Year Plan (2006/07 - 2011/12) is attached.

Bangladesh Power Development Board


System Planning Directorate
New Generation Projects upto 2012

Date : 17.06.07

Sl.
No.

Generating Station

Type
of
Fuel

Capacity
(MW)

Project Cost
Expected
Total
Foreign Commissioning
(Million Taka) (Million Taka)
date

Gas

35 GT
35 GT
35 ST
105

7172

7172

Status
(Source of Fund)

Under-construction
Public Sector
1

Sylhet(Fenchuganj) 90 MW CCPP
2nd Phase

Sub-Total

Oct/ 07
Dec/ 07
June/ 08

Contract Signed/ Construction work started

Contract Signed
(ADB)
Contractor is invited to Signed the Contract
(GOB)
Tender under evaluation

(GOB)

New :Planned
Public Sector
2

Siddhirganj 2x120 MW peaking power plant Gas

240

6851

4184

Chandpur 150 MW CCPP (100 MW GT)


Gas
and Associated Power Evacuation Facilities
Sikalbaha 150 MW Gas Turbine
Gas

100

6884

4780

FY 2009
(Dec/08)
FY 2009

150

8047

5545

FY 2009

Sylhet 150 MW CCPP ( 100 MW CT )


Gas
and Associated Power Evacuation Facilities
Siddhirganj 2x150 MW Gas Turbine P/S
Gas
(Including evacuation facilities)
Haripur 360 MW Combined Cycle
Gas
Power Plant
210 MW Khulna Thermal Power Station Gas

100

4071

1085

FY 2010

300

11113

7594

FY 2010

360

29205

18607

FY 2011

210

9275

6015

FY 2010

Bhola 150 MW CCPP

Gas

150

6251

3771

10

Khulna 150 MW Peaking Power Plant

Gas

150

8050

5154

FY 2010

210

9220

5098

FY 2010

150
100

6879
6740

4331
4078

FY 2010
FY 2012

(Expected from GOB)


Tender floated
(Fund expected from GOB)
Tender to be floated
(WB)
DPP under revision
(JBIC)
Tender floated
(Expected Supplier's credit)
Feasibility Study will be undertaken soon
(Fund expected from IDB)
Loan Agreement to be signed
(ADB)
Credit Agreement to be signed
(Russian state credit expected)
Loan Agreement to be signed (ADB)
(Not yet funded)

225

15890

11000

FY 2010

(Kuwait Fund Expected)

150
450

4070
17466

1364
7987

FY 2011

(Not yet funded)

FY 2011

(Not yet funded)

FY 2011

(Chinese Suppliers Credit)

Junel'07

Under construction by IPP(Westmont)


(IPP)

Fy 2009

Contract Signed

(Jan/09)

West Mont (IPP)

5
6
7
8

11

16

210 MW Siddhirganj Thermal Power


Gas
Station Unit #2
Sirajganj 150 MW Gas Turbine
Gas
Kaptai Power Plant extension 2x50 MW Hydro
(6th & 7th unit)
Sikalbaha 225 MW Combined Cycle
Gas
Power plant
Sylhet 150 MW Gas Turbine
Gas
Bheramara 450 Combined Cycle Power Plant
Gas

17

Barapukuria 125 MW ( 3rd Unit ) Coal fired TPS


Coal

12
13
14
15

Sub-total (Public Sector)

125

10583

7075

3275

167767

97668

FY 2010

Private Sector
18

Baghabari (West Mont) CC: 40 MW ST Gas


ST addition to existing 90 MW

40

19

Baghabari (West Mont) 130 MW CC

130

Gas

3900

3120

( 90 MW +40 MW ST) (2nd Phase)


20

Sirajganj 450 MW Combined Cycle

Gas

Power Plant Unit #1


21

Meghnaghat 450 MW CC (Unit -2)

Gas

22
23

Meghnaghat 450 MW CC (Unit -3)


Meghnaghat 450 MW CC (Unit -4)

Gas
Gas

24

Sirajganj 450 MW Combined Cycle

150
150
150
187
187
187
450
450

13807

8828

Nov/09

12050

7710

12050
12050

7710
7710

Dec/09
June/10
Nov/08
Jan/09
Nov/09
FY 2010
FY 2011

PQ process to be initiated soon

12050

7710

FY 2012

(IPP)

PPA , IA Signed

PQ to be invited (IPP)
(IPP)

Gas

450

Gas
Gas

200
260

Oct/08
Dec/08

(IPP)
(Rental)

Gas

70

May'07

Test Run is going on


(RPC)

Power Plant Unit-2


25
26

10-30 MW Small IPP


Rental Power Plant

27

Mymensigh (RPC) CC : 70 MW ST

Mixed Sector /RPC

Sub-total
GRAND TOTAL (FY 2006 - FY 2012)

Public Sector
Private Sector

3061
6336
3275
3061

65906.68
219938
154031
65906.68

42788.31
131088
88300

42788.31

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Distribution Planning
For the development of distribution system in the urban areas, BPDB
takes different Town Distribution Projects. Before taking any Town
Distribution Project, a study is conducted to asses different types of
works required for the development. Similarly Rural Electrification
Board develops distribution system in the rural areas through
different Rural Electrification Program.
The objective of distribution planning is to assure that the growing
demand for electricity in terms of increasing growth rate and high
load density, can be satisfied in an optimum way.
Distribution planning starts at customer level. The demand, type, load
factor and customer load characteristics dictate the type of
distribution system required. The most important considerations for
short term planning are:

Distribution lines through a countryside of Bangladesh

Minimizing the cost of laterals, feeders, sub-transmission


systems, substations, equipment required for control and
protection and cost of losses while respecting the limits set
by permissible voltage values, voltage dips and flicker
Maintaining service continuity, reliability and security of the
system
Taking into account factors like transformer impedance,
insulation levels, availability of spare transformers and
mobile substations, dispatch of generation and rates that are
charged to customers

For long term planning, the factors that are to be considered are:
The timing, location and type of energy demand
The duration and frequency of outage of equipment
Labor and money
Increasing fuel costs
Increasing or decreasing prices of alternative energy sources
Changing socio-economic conditions
Regulations of Federal and State governments
Distribution planning involves various activities like load forecasting (type, location and amount), electrical and
mechanical design, economic and other considerations in planning. Automation has also become important in
distribution planning.

Overall Power System Configuration


The sites selected for new thermal plants as part of the generation planning process, by WASP III Plus, is
reviewed for power flow considerations, by CYME, identified in the transmission planning studies.
The recommended system expansion sequence may be influenced by the availability and timing of uncertain
developments. It may, therefore, be necessary to develop and analyze alternative sequences which would
identify the next-best expansion paths for the power sector, if the preferred options were not available. This
information is not only essential to the development of a definitive plan of action for the power sector, but it also
provides information on the economic costs of any constraints to the development of a least-cost expansion
program.
The Base Case is then subjected to sensitivity analyses to test its robustness to changes in key input
parameters, such as load growth rates, discount rates, fuel costs and escalation, fuel availability, etc.

Renewable Energy Development & Energy Efficiency Measure of BPDB.


Date June 2006
1.

Solar Energy

Bangladesh Government has taken a solar energy development programme in the Chittagong hill tracts area. These
projects are being financed by the fund allocated from the hill tracts ministry. The project is constituted by 2(two) phases.
The first phase has already been completed in Juraichhri area of Rangamati district. As many as 400 nos of solar panels
have been installed there. Installation work of the 2

nd

phase has also been taken up in Thanchi Upozila of Rangamati

district. About 400 nos of panel has been installed there within last 6 months. The total project includes, 600 Solar Home
Systems of 120 Wp each, 20 sets Solar PV Street Light Systems of 75 Wp each, 2 set Solar PV Submersible Water
Pumps of 50,000 liters per day lifting capacity of each pump of 1800 WP(15X120Wp) each, 6 Sets of Solar PV Vaccine
Refrigerators for the Health Care Centers of 360 Wp(3X120Wp) each .1 Sets of 10 KW Centralized AC Market
Electrification Systems for the electrification.
Another Solar Electrification project is going on at Thanchi Upozila at Rangamati district. It consists 600 Sets Solar Home
system of 120 Mp each, 2 Sets of Solar PV Vaccine Refrigerators for the Health Care Centers of 360 Wp(3X120Wp) each
, 10 sets Solar PV Street Light Systems of 75 Wp each, 1 set Solar PV Submersible Water Pumps of 50,000 liters per day
lifting capacity of each pump of 1800 WP(15X120Wp) each.

2.

Wind Energy Program Taken Up By BPDB

Bangladesh government has taken up a project for installation of 8 x 225 KW wind mills in different places of coastal area.
Before installation of wind mill,s a wind profile survey program was taken up in the financial year 2003-04. The source of
fund was from GOB won resource. Although a fund of about 1.9 crore has been allocated by the government for the
installation of wind measuring towers and wind study, no such fund was allocated for installation of wind mills. Bangladesh
power Development Board has taken up a pilot project for installation of 4x225 KW wind energy power station at Muhuri
Dam area of feni district from its own source of revenue fund. The machines have already been installed there.
Provisional test run shows satisfactory performance of the mills. These machines were hooked up with nearby REB 11 KV
feeder . 4 nos of wind measuring tower at a hight of 50 meters were installed at Muhuri Dam (feni), Moghnama ghat (Coxbazar), Purki Saikat (Patenga) and Kuakata area. The speed and direction of wind is being measured by two
anemometers in each place at a hight of 30 and 50 meters respectively. A comparative and comprehensive study of the
data available shows that there exist a satisfactory potential of installation of wind mills in Bangladesh.
A project has been taken from BPDB own fund at Kutubdia island named 1000 KW Wind-Battery Hybrid Power Plant
Project. Tender evaluation is under process for this project.
3.

Micro hydro project

Some small potential of mini hydro power generation are available in hill tracts area of Bangladesh. At Borcol area of
Rangamati district a 50 KW generator has been installed. No fund has yet been allocated from the government for this
purpose. BPDB has completed a pilot project for installing 1x 50 KW mini hydro plant at Borcol water fall from its own
revenue fund.
4.

CFL (compact florescent lamp)

Bangladesh government has allocated an amount of 1(one) crore taka from its own source of fund against greater
Chittagong power distribution project. A comprehensive study on the requirement and capacity of the lamps was
completed. According to the requirement 21000 nos of 23 watt and 3000 nos of 14 watt lamp have already been procured
and installed.
5.

Sugar Co-generation

There is a good prospect of sugar Co-generation power plant installation in 50 sugar mills in Bangaladesh. If government
allows and allocate fund for feasibility study and there after installation of as many as 10-15 nos. of generator having 1015 MW capacity each in the northern zone of Bangladesh. where maximum numbers of bagasse could be available from
the sugar mills. This type of generation will help minimizing the low voltage problem in the remote and national grid. Cost
will also be economical compared to the cost of generation of electricity by using fuel oil.

Environmental Consideration

Due consideration is given to the basic


environmental requirements of the overall planning
methodology of BPDB. Principal considerations are
the amount of stack gas and cooling water
emissions from thermal plants, and it is ensured
that transmission line corridors do not infringe on
any known protected areas. However, the nonmechanized farming practices in Bangladesh are
generally such that once line construction is
completed, active farming resumes directly under
the lines, and often between the legs of individual
towers. Recognizing also that there is a growing
shortage of farmland in Bangladesh, an effort is
made to redevelop existing sites wherever possible.

View of Kaptai Dam

Bangladesh Power Sector


Performance Monitoring Indicator
Summary Report(Consumer Information)

S/N

Indicator

1
2
3
4
5

Number of Consumers
Number of Consumers Disconnected
No of Consumer per Km
No of consumer per employee
Demand
230 KV
132 KV
33 KV
KM of Lins Energized 11 KV
0.4 KV
0.23 KV
Total

UNIT
No.
No.
No.
No.

Km

FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005

FY 2006

PDB
PDB
PDB
1690451 1794958 1459324
237983 260865 239835
39.107
40.427
32.868
96.757 102.739
83.528

PDB
1518891
174179
32.92703072
104.8016974

FY 2007 (upto
Sep'06 )
PDB
1590069
35756
34.47005138
101.8687296

4200.00
50
54
122.8
159.33
300.26
479.48
1165.87

3700.00
0
0
1.44
14.06
505
12.7
533.2

3428.00
116
1
147
295
662

3574.90

3720.80

21
53
298
493

127
40
225
570

1221

865

962

Last Update:03/05/06

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Operational Parameters
Unit

Gross Generation PDB


Net Generation PDB
Net Generation IPP
Total Net Generation
Purchase of Power
Own Purchase
Utility Sales
A: Residential Light & Power
B: Agriculture
C: Small Industry
D: Non Residential Light & Power
E: Commercial
F: Medium Voltage Gen. Purpose
G-1: DESA
WZPDCL
G-2:Extra High Voltage(132KV)Gen.Purpose
DESCO
H: High Voltage Gen. Purpose
I1: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 33kV
I2: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 11kV
J: Street light & Water pumps
Total Utility Sales
Retail Sales
-- Residential
-- Agriculture
-- Commercial
-- Industrial
-- Street Light & water pumps
-- Other Light & Power
Total Retail Sale
-- Bulk
System Loss on net generation
System Loss (with Bulk Sale)
System Loss (Retail Sale)

GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH

Q1 06

Q2 06

Q3 06

Q4 06

Q1 07

Q2 07

Q3 07

Q4 07

PDB
4132.07
3870.00
2177.43
6047.43

TOTAL
FY 2005-06
PDB
15416.95
14455.46
8286.07
22741.53

PDB
4045.96
3817.79
2139.335
5957.13

PDB
3528.12
3291.39
2006.94
5298.33

PDB
3710.80
3476.28
1962.37
5438.65

PDB
4219.631
3979.565
2268.95
6248.52

PDB
3757.87
3534.92
1729.06
5263.98

PDB

PDB

488.99
2.05
91.90
20.55
119.55
248.97
1453.08
385.75
22.88
563.00
74.28
1962.17
24.67
21.08
5478.92

439.91
1.95
86.37
18.78
108.71
221.22
1263.28
329.57
21.44
453.95
76.47
1803.17
24.17
19.37
4868.36

375.97
54.14
84.86
17.54
100.38
213.82
1179.69
294.44
27.83
435.33
73.34
2086.23
47.62
18.21
5009.40

475.84
21.21
100.65
21.35
121.80
244.98
1418.67
363.02
39.92
577.72
80.28
2054.91
59.49
17.75
5597.59

1780.71
79.35
363.78
78.22
450.44
928.99
5314.72
1372.78
112.07
2030.00
304.37
7906.48
155.95
76.41
20954.27

537.67
4.40
101.41
22.93
131.48
250.73
1494.59
364.79
46.24
599.69
95.43
2047.45
61.90
16.89
5775.60

465.56
3.90
90.07
19.81
112.72
217.01
1280.81
312.12
31.81
469.20
79.31
1413.11
391.40
15.93
4902.77

1003.23
8.30
191.48
42.74
244.20
467.74
2775.41
679.91
78.05
1068.89
174.74
3460.56
453.30
32.82
10678.37

488.99
2.05
119.55
415.15
21.08
20.55
1067.37
4411.55

439.91
1.95
108.71
384.06
19.37
18.78
972.78
3895.58

375.97
54.14
100.38
372.02
18.21
17.54
938.26
4071.14

475.84
21.21
121.80
425.91
17.75
21.35
1083.86
4513.73

1780.71
79.35
450.44
1597.14
76.41
78.22
4062.27
16892.00

537.67
4.40
131.48
447.57
16.89
22.93
1160.94
4614.66

465.56
3.90
112.72
386.39
15.93
19.81
1004.31
3898.46

1003.23
8.30
244.20
833.96
32.82
42.74
2165.25
8513.12

8.03%

8.07%

8.01%

7.44%

7.86%

7.57%

6.86%

7.25%

18.82%

17.78%

17.78%

2.87
1.89
3.76
3.27
5.23
3.61
1.89
1.94
2.48
1.94
3.54
1.85
1.82
3.85
2.20

2.87
1.90
3.77
3.28
5.26
3.62
1.89
1.94
2.51
1.94
3.55
1.86
1.85
3.88
2.21

2.87
1.90
3.77
3.28
5.26
3.62
1.89
1.94
2.51
1.94
3.55
1.86
1.85
3.88
2.21

2.20

2.21

2.21

1545.73
8.33
380.91
74.89
688.11
905.23
2829.56
708.03
114.68
1163.94
338.13
3787.69
112.95
65.08
12723.26

1332.86
7.43
340.10
65.45
597.41
788.17
2425.57
605.78
81.57
910.66
282.22
2616.19
729.13
62.23
10844.78

2878.59
15.76
721.01
140.34
1285.52
1693.40
5255.13
1313.81
196.25
2074.60
620.35
6403.88
842.08
127.31
23568.04

GWH

TOTAL
FY 2006-07
PDB
7977.50
7514.48
3998.01
11512.50
3998.01

GWH

GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH

GWH
GWH
GWH
GWH

GWH
GWH
GWH

%
%
%

Utility Tariff Rate


A: Residential Light & Power
B: Agriculture
C: Small Industry
D: Non Residential Light & Power
E: Commercial
F: Medium Voltage Gen. Purpose
G-1: DESA
WZPDCL
G-2:Extra High Voltage(132KV)Gen.Purpose
DESCO
H: High Voltage Gen. Purpose
I1: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 33kV
I2: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 11kV
J: Street light & Water pumps
Average Utility Tariff
-- Light & Power
-- Agriculture
-- Commercial
-- Industrial
-- Other Light & Power
Average Retail Tariff
-- Bulk

Tk/kWh

Utility Revenue
A: Residential Light & Power
B: Agriculture
C: Small Industry
D: Non Residential Light & Power
E: Commercial
F: Medium Voltage Gen. Purpose
G-1: DESA
WZPDCL
G-2:Extra High Voltage(132KV)Gen.Purpose
DESCO
H: High Voltage Gen. Purpose
I1: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 33kV
I2: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 11kV
J: Street light & Water pumps
Total BPDB Revenue

Mill Tk

Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh

2.87
1.95
3.79
3.30
5.22
3.58
1.89
1.94
2.48
1.94
3.47
1.85
1.84
3.81
2.19

2.88
2.00
3.77
1.62
5.27
3.61
1.89
1.94
2.29
1.94
3.61
1.85
1.84
3.81
2.20

2.19

2.20

1404.11
3.91
349.41
34.34
626.07
882.31
2750.98
748.71
56.93
1092.73
267.33
3623.13
45.55
80.45
11965.96

1267.83
3.90
325.49
30.43
572.55
797.62
2391.64
639.66
49.15
887.71
275.73
3335.17
44.43
73.81
10695.12

2.87
1.88
3.77
3.32
5.28
3.60
1.89
1.94
2.33
1.94
3.60
1.85
1.83
3.87
2.17

2.88
1.89
3.77
3.31
5.25
3.59
1.89
1.94
2.42
1.94
3.59
1.85
1.86
3.83
2.19

2.88
1.89
3.77
3.31
5.25
3.59
1.89
1.94
2.42
1.94
3.59
1.85
1.86
3.83
2.19

Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

1078.60
101.62
319.52
28.35
529.78
770.51
2233.38
571.48
64.76
844.93
263.77
3851.90
87.10
70.47
10816.17

1371.97
40.70
377.99
165.62
637.92
881.45
2685.83
704.58
100.08
1121.29
286.24
3811.25
113.38
68.02
12366.32

5122.51
150.13
1372.41
258.74
2366.32
3331.89
10061.83
2664.43
270.92
3946.66
1093.07
14621.45
290.46
292.75
45843.57

Last Update:03/05/06

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Operational Parameters
Unit

Retail Revenue
-- Light & Power
-- Agriculture
-- Commercial
-- Industrial
-- Other Light & Power
-- Street light & Water pumps
Total Retail Revenue
-- Bulk

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Q1 06

Q2 06

Q3 06

Q4 06

PDB

PDB

PDB

PDB

1404.11
3.91
626.07
1499.05
34.34
80.45
3647.93
6419.66

1267.83
3.90
572.55
1398.84
30.43
73.81
3347.36
5771.24

1078.60
101.62
529.78
1353.80
58.31
70.47
3192.58
6172.38

1281.07
8.94
332.33
34.34
555.91
822.00
2150.00
765.82
51.02
1083.89
366.53
3418.00
22.65
34.99
10927.50

1333.20
14.41
329.24
30.43
572.97
816.29
2300.00
694.89
47.03
1072.31
294.26
3309.77
44.72
45.40
10904.91
1333.20
14.41
572.97
1439.79
30.43
45.40
3436.19
5654.48

BPDB Collection
A: Residential Light & Power
B: Agriculture
C: Small Industry
D: Non Residential Light & Power
E: Commercial
F: Medium Voltage Gen. Purpose
G-1: DESA
WZPDCL
G-2:Extra High Voltage(132KV)Gen.Purpose
DESCO
H: High Voltage Gen. Purpose
I1: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 33kV
I2: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 11kV
J: Street light & Water pumps
Total BPDB Collection
Retail Collection
-- Light & Power
-- Agriculture
-- Commercial
-- Industrial
-- Other Light & Power
-- Street light & Water pumps
Total Retail Collection
-- Bulk

Mill Tk

Mill Tk

1281.07
8.94
555.91
1520.86
34.34
34.99
3436.12
5590.64

Total Uncollected Revenue


Previous Period Arrears
Total Receivable
Total Surcharge
Total Receivable with Surcharge
Adjustments
Arrears in Equivalent Months
Utility Accounts Receivable
Receivable Govt.
Receivable Govt.
Receivable Autonomous
Receivable Autonomous
Receivable Private
Receivable Private
Receivable DESA
Receivable DESA
Receivable DESCO
Receivable DESCO
WZPDCL
WZPDCL
Receivable REB
Receivable REB
Receivable Total
Receivable Total

Mill Tk

44948.50

Utility Collection Efficency


A: Residential Light & Power
B: Agriculture
C: Small Industry
D: Non Residential Light & Power
E: Commercial
F: Medium Voltage Gen. Purpose
G-1: DESA
WZPDCL
G-2:Extra High Voltage(132KV)Gen.Purpose
DESCO
H: High Voltage Gen. Purpose
I1: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 33kV
I2: Bulk supply (REB/PBS) 11kV
J: Street light & Water pumps
BPDB Collection Efficiency
Retail Collection Efficiency

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

44526.54

TOTAL
FY 2005-06
PDB

Q1 07

Q2 07

Q3 07

Q4 07

PDB

PDB

PDB

PDB

1371.97
40.70
637.92
1545.68
165.62
68.02
3829.91
6610.46

5122.51
150.13
2366.32
5797.37
258.74
292.75
13987.82
24973.74

1545.73
8.33
688.11
1624.27
74.89
65.08
4006.41
8716.85

1332.86
7.43
597.41
1410.49
65.45
62.23
3475.87
7368.91

2878.59
15.76
1285.52
3034.76
140.34
127.31
7482.28
16085.76

1103.92
56.91
316.38
28.35
496.02
720.81
2300.00
590.78
60.95
766.69
133.87
3406.97
50.49
46.91
10079.06

1459.07
61.88
396.20
68.19
705.81
1024.32
3220.00
606.75
95.96
952.98
316.10
4001.52
94.00
62.47
13065.25

5177.27
142.14
1374.15
161.31
2330.71
3383.43
9970.00
2658.24
254.96
3875.88
1110.76
14136.26
211.86
189.76
44976.71

1611.22
25.26
392.22
49.56
719.69
852.32
3350.00
949.72
78.95
1157.94
312.88
3906.63
114.83
35.13
13556.35

1333.97
16.65
330.67
40.58
625.72
785.94
2400.00
695.49
129.84
1114.95
291.67
2653.84
791.20
25.04
11235.57

2945.19
41.91
722.89
90.14
1345.41
1638.26
5750.00
1645.21
208.79
2272.89
604.56
6560.48
906.04
60.17
24791.92

1103.92
56.91
496.02
1171.06
28.35
46.91
2903.17
5757.47

1459.07
61.88
705.81
1736.62
68.19
62.47
4094.03
7315.52

5177.27
142.14
2330.71
5868.33
161.31
189.76
13869.52
24318.12

1611.22
25.26
719.69
1557.42
49.56
35.13
3998.28
9558.07

1333.97
16.65
625.72
1408.28
40.58
25.04
3450.24
7785.33

1611.22
25.26
719.69
1557.42
49.56
35.13
3998.28
9558.07

44148.32

43901.91

43901.91

45091.03

45009.34

45009.34

TOTAL
FY 2006-07
PDB

Mill Tk
Mill Tk

44948.5

44526.96

45091.00 45009.339

45009.34

44148.32
54161.856
98310.17

43901.91
55221.811
99123.72

43901.91
55221.81
99123.72

370.195
422.279
3.53
4.280
1936.074 1907.787
13.42
13.930
3607.809 3501.266
3.62
3.760
35221.46 35313.100
38.41
44.300
1049.948
648.783
2.88
2.210
499.85
443.208
2.00
2.080
2263.159 2290.116
1.85
2.030
44948.50 44526.54
11.16
12.36

455.25
405.754
4.63
3.790
1905.50 1932.251
12.97
14.160
3615.07 3195.079
4.03
3.160
35248.49 35514.289
47.35
39.670
610.00
778.311
2.17
2.080
380.16
477.990
2.00
2.040
2876.56 2705.665
2.19
2.070
45091.03 45009.339
12.39
10.950

405.754
3.790
1932.251
14.160
3195.079
3.160
35514.289
39.670
778.311
2.080
477.990
2.040
2705.665
2.070
45009.34
10.95

476.621
4.42
1987.355
12.07
3071.844
2.81
34993.851
37.1
785.491
2.02
236.293
1.00
2596.865
2
44148.32
10.37

496.715
5.200
3642.911
3.530
3132.280
3.330
35305.793
46.420
581.575
2.170
353.891
2.110
388.745
1.990
43901.91
12.69

496.72
5.20
3642.91
3.53
3132.28
3.33
35305.79
46.42
581.58
2.17
353.89
2.11
388.75
1.99
43901.91
12.69

98.11%

106.55%
104.24%
303.22%
102.97%
66.18%
104.59%
94.15%
118.39%
134.14%
68.84%
99.48%
92.53%
103.14%
101.67%
53.98%
106.55%
99.80%

103.60%
100.08%
224.15%
97.23%
62.00%
104.74%
99.72%
98.95%
114.81%
159.18%
122.43%
103.35%
101.44%
108.51%
40.23%
103.60%
99.26%

103.60%
100.08%
224.15%
97.23%
62.00%
104.74%
99.72%
98.95%
114.81%
159.18%
122.43%
103.35%
101.44%
108.51%
40.23%
103.60%
99.26%

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Months

Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months
Mill Tk
Months

91.32%

101.96%

93.19%

105.65%

%
%
%
%
%
%
%

%
%
%
%
%
%
%

94.19%

102.65%

90.93%

106.90%

99.15%

Last Update:03/05/06

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Operational Parameters
Unit

Q1 06

Q2 06

Q3 06

Q4 06

PDB

PDB

PDB

PDB

-- Light & Power


-- Agriculture
-- Commercial
-- Industrial
-- Other Light & Power
Total Retail Collection Efficiency
-- Bulk

Utility CI Ratio

91.32%

101.96%

93.19%

105.65%

8.35%
97.54%
89.39%

8.07%
96.10%
88.34%

8.10%
95.09%
87.39%

7.86%
96.39%
88.81%

TOTAL
FY 2005-06
PDB

Q1 07

Q2 07

Q3 07

Q4 07

PDB

PDB

TOTAL
FY 2006-07
PDB

PDB

PDB

104.24%
303.22%
104.59%
95.88%
66.18%
99.80%
109.65%

100.08%
224.15%
104.74%
99.84%
62.00%
99.26%
105.65%

100.08%
224.15%
104.74%
99.84%
62.00%
99.26%
105.65%

98.11%

98.48%

97.57%

97.57%

7.86%
96.39%
88.81%

7.57%
106.52%
98.48%

7.25%
105.13%
97.57%

7.25%
105.13%
97.57%

%
%
%
%
%
%

Summary
Utility own System Loss
Utility own Collection Efficiency
Utility own Collection Import Ratio

%
%

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Financial Summary Indicator (provisional)

SL NO.

Indicator
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Power Purchase (Import)


Power Sales/ Ratail Sales
Purchase Tariff/ Buying Rate
Sales Tariff/ Av. Tariff Rate
Sales Revenue
Other Operating Revenue
Total Operating Revenue( 5+6)
Energy Cost/ Fuel Cost
Power Purchase Cost
Wheeling Cost
O& M Expenses
Depreciation
Other Operating Expenses
Total Operating Expenses( 8+....13)

Unit
GWH
GWH
TK/KWH
TK/KWH
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

FY-2004

FY-2005

FY-2005-2006 ( UP
TO JUNE )

PDB

PDB

PDB

PDB

6298.762
4838.055
2.12
2.45

7478.245
4941.210
2.11
2.40

7939.20
5118.18
2.15
2.27
43573.33
846.14
44419.47

FY-2003

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

13291.15
21959.57
1372.15
3328.86
5071.23
2379.25
47402.21

46,349.52
1,083.01
47,432.53
15,638.30
25,450.12
1,161.64
1,975.98
5,400.96
2,623.10
52,250.09
(4,817.56)

15 Operating Margin (7-14)

MTK.

-2982.74

16 Non- Operating Revenue


17 Financial Expenses
18 Net- Income(15+16-17)

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

2809.70
-5792.45

19 Gross Fixed Assets


20 Accumulated Depreciation
21 Net Fixed Assets (19-20)

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

178055.14
104283.01
73772.13

22 Total Current Assets


23 Other Assets
24 Total Assets( 21+.....23)

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

81220.04
63402.30
218394.47

25
26
27
28

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

46453.50
3546.47
83264.51
133264.48

29 Equity
30 Retained Earning
31 Total Equity (29+30)

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

138013.86
-52883.88
85129.98

3,000.11
(7,817.67)
174,012.50
106,791.80
67,220.70
97,988.50
74,176.77
239,385.96
52,281.35
4,194.20
98,774.13
155,249.88
145,534.18
(61,397.89)
84,136.29

32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39

MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.
MTK.

50493.15
-2044.47
4974.18
3661.43
2394.78
776.10
895.74

62,387.29
(785.64)
7,028.60
2,879.74
3,361.36
680.41
(322.60)

Long Term Liabilities


Medium Term Liabilities
Current Liabilities
Total Liabilities (25+.......27)

Cash Collection
Capital Investment made( Project Expenditure-On-going
Working Capital
Principal Repayment Due
Actual Repayment
Interest Repayment Due
DSL Payment
Cash flow from operating activity

Bangladesh Power Sector


Performance Monitoring Indicator
Operational Summary Indicator
FY 2003
S/N

S/N
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

17

Generation

UNIT

1 Gross Generation
2 Auxiliary Consumption
3 Net Generation

GWH
GWH
GWH

Indicator
Import
Sales (Retail)
Sales (Inter Utilities)
Average Tariff (Retail) 9/5
Average Tariff (Inter Utility) 10/6
Billed Amount (Retail)
Billed Amount (Inter Utility)
Collection [Retail]
Collection [Inter Utility]
Account Receivable [Retail]
System Loss
Collection Bill Ratio [11/9]
CI Ratio [15(1.0-14)]

UNIT
GWH
GWH
GWH
Tk/KWh
Tk/KWh
MTK
MTK
MTK
MTK
MTK
Eq-Month
%
%
%

Catagorywise Account Receivable

Category
A

Government

Autonomous/Semi Government

Private

Inter Utilities

UNIT
MTK
Eq. Month
MTK
Eq. Month
MTK
Eq. Month
MTK
Eq. Month

Public
Sector

IPP

Mix Sector Small IPP

12872.512
713.039
18458.235

6298.762

FY 2003
PDB

FY 2004
PDB

FY 2005
PDB

FY 2006
PDB

6230.477
4838.055
11493.532
3.288
2.100
15905.245
24133.565
15682.632
20383.781
8472.077
5.49
22.35
98.60
76.25

6279.709
4941.210
13082.518
3.405
2.026
16827.082
26511.128
16997.997
22268.807
8045.299
5.27
21.31
101.02
79.71

6381.622
5106.866
14012.659
3.452
1.873
17629.741
26240.175
17430.863
23673.078
5614.963
4.64
19.98
98.87
78.90

5180.246
4193.062
16761.204
3.406
1.883
14282.400
31561.162
14093.500
30083.210
5505.827
4.28
19.06
98.68
79.62

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

FY 2006

PDB

PDB

PDB

PDB

1416.232
8.690
2912.864
26.240
4167.249
3.830
30695.077
18.910

631.690
3.780
2736.914
24.640
4347.905
3.450
35635.760
19.940

Total

344.410
2.840
1793.172
14.560
3479.380
3.460
38360.192
16.540

FY 20062007
(upto
Dec'06 )
PDB

405.754
496.715
3.790
5.200
1932.251 3642.911
14.160
3.530
3195.079 3132.280
3.160
3.330
39476.255 37334.892
14.784
17.289

Public
Sector

IPP

7478.176

FY 2004
Mix
Sector

Small
IPP

Total
13342.087
758.129
20062.134

Public
Sector

IPP

7939.195

FY 2005
Mix
Sector

Small
IPP

Total
14066.997
843.719
21162.473

Public
Sector

IPP

6108.641

FY 2006
Mix
Sector

Small
IPP

Total
15416.947
961.485
14455.462

BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD


BALANCE SHEET
AS AT
Figures In Taka.
PROPERTY & ASSETS

NOTE

30.06.2006(Provisional)

30.06.2005

FIXED ASSETS

174,012,495,657
106,791,796,652

172,956,041,868
101,391,743,421

67,220,699,005
62,387,286,258

71,564,298,447
48,365,222,462

129,607,985,263

119,929,520,909

11,789,479,168

15,215,608,192

CASH IN HAND & AT BANK

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE - TRADE

17,330,746,803
51,852,473,868
11,409,149,655
1,645,343,764
(853,822,327)
8,017,494,222
1,139,325,643
7,367,969,666
79,816,725
97,988,498,019

14,820,817,926
50,198,193,611
4,534,954,971
1,645,343,764
(794,949,766)
779,599,931
1,136,485,146
7,331,448,450
83,538,514
79,735,432,548

UTILITY PLANT IN SERVICE

LESS : ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION

WRITTEN DOWN VALUE

PROJECT - IN - PROGRESS

TOTAL FIXED ASSETS


INVESTMENT
CURRENT ASSETS

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE - OTHERS


RECEIVABLE - REB

10
10.01

PROVISION FOR BAD & DOUBTFUL DEBTS

11

ADVANCE TO CONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS

12

ADVANCE TO EMPLOYEES

13

STOCK & STORES

14

DEPOSITS & PREPAID EXPENSES

15

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS


TOTAL PROPERTY & ASSETS

239,385,962,450

214,880,561,648

BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD


BALANCE SHEET
AS AT
Figures In Taka.
CAPITAL & LIABILITIES

NOTE

30.06.2006(Provisional)

30.06.2006

100,000,000,000

100,000,000,000

84,513,061,241
(61,397,892,465)
55,748,255,082
4,221,438,090
979,369,595
72,053,500
84,136,285,043

78,156,638,030
(53,576,501,161)
55,748,255,082
4,120,338,090
934,279,511
72,053,500
85,455,063,052

21
22

27,976,923,719
24,304,422,571
52,281,346,290

23,568,671,119
21,902,046,559
45,470,717,678

SECURITY DEPOSIT (CONSUMERS)

24

GPF & CPF


GRATUITY & PENSION FUND

25
26

2,171,179,617
1,941,360,955
81,657,113
4,194,197,685

2,021,752,303
1,803,695,558
13,377,875
3,838,825,736

21,899,820,281
658,913,117
7,762,793
195,000,000
5,555,719,332
6,706,761
28,893,790,741
762,616,527
35,483,156,515
132,733,947
93,596,220,014
5,177,913,419
239,385,962,450

11,190,143,066
640,208,457
7,930,004
180,000,000
5,252,106,166
6,706,761
24,744,930,019
762,616,527
32,802,212,267
99,865,391
75,686,718,657
4,429,236,525
214,880,561,648

AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
CAPITAL & RESERVE
PAID UP CAPITAL

16

NET SURPLUS / (DEFICIT)

17

APPRAISAL SURPLUS

18

GRANTS

19

DEPOSIT WORK FUND


LIQUIDITY DAMAGE RESERVE

20
20.01

LONG TERM LIABILITIES


GOVERNMENT LOAN
FOREIGN LOAN
MEDIUM TERM LIABILITIES

CURRENT LIABILITIES
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

27

SECURITY DEPOSIT (CONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS)

28

TAXES & DUTIES PAYABLE

29

ASSETS INSURANCE FUND

30

CURRENT PORTION OF LONG TERM LIABILITIES

31

BANK LOAN

32

DEBT SERVICING LIABILITIES ( PRINCIPAL)

33

REIMBURSABLE PROJECT AID

34

DEBT SERVICING LIABILITIES (INTEREST)

35

OTHER LIABILITIES

36

CLEARING ACCOUNTS

37

TOTAL CAPITAL & LIABILITIES

BANGLADESH POWER DEVELOPMENT BOARD


INCOME STATEMENT
FOR THE YEAR ENDED
Figures In Taka.
PARTICULARS

NOTE

UP TO JUNE, 30 .2006(Prov.)

FY 2004-2005

OPERATING REVENUE

46,349,515,978
1,083,013,161
47,432,529,139

43,581,167,469
1,123,852,803
44,705,020,272

20,553,162,592
25,450,115,902
1,161,636,978
4,215,928,487
340,548,406
528,698,515
52,250,090,880

18,567,736,145
22,490,311,231
1,368,609,145
4,379,980,112
447,771,003
484,018,606
47,738,426,242

(4,817,561,741)
15,000,000
1,666,421,611

(3,033,405,971)
15,000,000
1,728,353,285

EXTRA ORDINARY INCOME/ LIQUIDITY DAMAGE RECEIVED FROM IPP

(6,498,983,351)
(1,318,685,446)
-

(4,776,759,256)
(1,309,079,104)
-

NET LOSS/INCOME FOR THE YEAR

(7,817,668,797)

(6,085,838,360)

(53,576,501,161)
(3,722,507)
(7,817,668,797)
(61,397,892,465)

(47,093,977,966)
(396,684,835)
(6,085,838,360)
(53,576,501,161)

ENERGY SALES

38

OTHER OPERATING INCOME

39

OPERATING EXPENSES
GENERATION EXPENSES
ELECTRICITY PURCHASE FROM IPP

40
40.01

TRANSMISSION EXPENSES

41

DISTRIBUTION EXPENSES

42

CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS EXPENSES

43

GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

44

OPERATING INCOME
PROVISION FOR ASSETS INSURANCE FUND
FINANCING & OTHER CHARGES

45

NET LOSS BEFORE CHARGING EXCH. RATE FLUCTUATION


LOSS DUE TO EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATION

46

RETAINED EARNINGS
BALANCE AS AT JULY 01, 2006
PREVIOUS YEAR'S ADJUSTMENT
NET INCOME FOR THE YEAR
BALANCE AS AT MARCH 31. 2006

47

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Ratio (Provisional)

UNIT
SL NO.

Indicator

FY-2003

FY-2004

FY 2005

PDB

PDB

PDB

1 Return On Asset
2 Return On Equity
3 Operating Ratio
4 Current Ratio
5 Debt Equity Ratio
6 Debt Service Coverage Ratio
7 Self Financing Ratio
8 Collection Effeceincy

98.55

101.02

9 System Loss

22.35

21.33

-1.675%
-6.804%
106.71%
0.98:1
0.55:1
21.92%
7.16%
98.87
19.91

FY 2005-2006
(Upto June)
PDB

-2.769%
-9.292%
110.16%
.99 : 1
0.62 : 1
6%
-2%

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Financial Indicators
Unit

FY 2004
PDB

Print Date: 120205

Q1 05
PDB

Q2 05
PDB

Q3 05
PDB

Q4 05
PDB

FY 2005
PDB

PROFIT & LOSS STATEMENT


Operating Statistics
Energy Purchase in GWH
System Loss (%)
Energy Sold in GWH
Purchase Tariff (Tk/kWh)
Average Sales Tariff (Tk/kWh)
Operating Revenue
Sales Revenue
Other Operating Revenues
Total Operating Revenue
Operating Expenses
Cost Of Energy (Either Purchase cost and/or Fuel Cost)
O&M Expense
Administrative Expense
Provision for Bad Debts
Depreciation
Tax Expense
Total Operating Expense
Operating Income
Financial Charges
Interst Expense/Other expense
Gain (loss) due to Foreign Currency Fluctuation
Total Financial Expense
Other Income
Govt. Subsidy
Non-oper. Margin - interest
Non-oper. Margin - Other
Total Other Income
Net Income
Return on Assets
Return on Equity
Operating Ratio

GWH
%
GWH

20069.187
21.08%
18023.729

5479.14

5479.14

4929.595

4929.595

Tk/kWh
Tk/kWh

2.34

Mill Tk

43757.47
887.96
44645.43

11332.84
237.72
11570.56

11332.84
237.72
11570.56

30145.57
2773.50
2984.52
0.01
5041.74

5092.53
317.68
429.97
36.67
1244.60

5092.53
317.68
429.97
36.67
1244.6

Mill Tk

40945.34

7121.45

7121.45

Mill Tk

3700.09

4449.10

4449.1

Mill Tk

1630.11
1418.11
3048.22

576.62
354.53
931.15

576.62
354.53
931.15

Mill Tk

651.87

3517.95

3517.95

0.006
0.49%
93.57%

3.06%
2.59%
62.84%

0.031
0.026
0.628

174851.54 178435.90
99469.62 100770.75
75381.92 77665.15

178435.90
100770.75
77665.15

Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

%
%

BALANCE SHEET

Fixed Assets
Gross Fixed Assets
Less: Accumulated Depreciation
Net Fixed Assets

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Work in Progress

Mill Tk

38861.63

37335.82

37335.82

Total Fixed Assets

Mill Tk

114243.55 115000.97

115000.97

Long Term Investments

Mill Tk

15569.93

15881.87

15881.87

Mill Tk

8764.80
7769.27
58043.51
-700.35
2071.67

10875.21
7347.40
56086.54
-761.54
3191.53

10875.21
7347.40
56086.54
-761.54
3191.53

75948.90

76739.14

76739.14

Current Assets
Cash
Inventories
Accounts Receivable
Bad Debt Provisions
Adv. & Prepaid Expense
Other Assets
Total Current Assets
Extraordinatory property losses
Preliminary survey/investigation
Unclassified expenses

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Financial Indicators
Unit

FY 2004
PDB

Print Date: 120205

Q1 05
PDB

Q2 05
PDB

Q3 05
PDB

Q4 05
PDB

FY 2005
PDB

Temporary facilities
Other deffered debits
Total deffered debits

Mill Tk

Total Assets

Mill Tk

205762.38 207621.98

207621.98

Mill Tk

73525.81
4050.34
851.71
55820.31
-46302.52
87945.65

74909.29
4059.09
872.05
55820.31
-44062.30
91598.44

74909.29
4059.09
872.05
55820.31
-44062.30
91598.44

Mill Tk

20351.11
20896.12
41247.23

20564.38
22120.77
42685.15

20564.38
22120.77
42685.15

1898.33
1626.88
-3.42

1894.20
1636.52
-111.21

1894.20
1636.52
-111.21

Liabilities & Equity


Authorised capital
Equity
Paid up Capital
Grants
Deposit Work Fund
Appraisla Surplus (AR&FEF Fund)
Retained Earnings
Total Equity
Long Term Liabilities
Government Loan
Foreign Loan
Total LTD
Medium Term Liabilities
Security Deposit - Consumer
GPF/CPF
Pension Fund
Consumer for irrigation
Self Insurancereserve
Total
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable - Purchase of Power
Accounts Payable - Purchase of Fuel
Accounts Payable - Other
Accounts Payable
Deposit
Taxes & Duties
Bank Loan
Uncollected Govt. Duty/Asset Insurance fund
Current Portion of LTD
Current Liabilities - Interest Default
Cuttent Liabilities - Principal Default
Other Liabilities
Total

Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Mill Tk

3521.79

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Mill Tk

3419.51

3419.51

2614.32
2011.77
5149.67
9775.75
534.84
7.84
6.71

908.25
1361.73
4825.23
7095.21
560.09
8.22
6.71

908.25
1361.73
4825.23
7095.21
560.09
8.22
6.71

5249.99
30869.00
19378.97
7224.63
73047.72

4948.49
30429.06
21496.12
5374.95
69918.85

4948.49
30429.06
21496.12
5374.95
69918.85

205762.38 207621.95

207621.95

Clearing Accounts
Total deffered credits
Total Liabilities and Equity
Accounts Payable - Purchase of Power
Accounts Payable - Purchase of Fuel
Accounts Payable
Current Ratio
Debt : Debt & Equity Ratio
Balancing Check

Mill Tk
Days
Days
Days
%
%
Mill Tk

CASH FLOW STATEMENT


CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Operating Income
Depreciation + Other Non-Cash Expenses
Total
Deductions

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

103.97%
46.90%

109.75%
46.60%

1.10
0.47

Bangladesh Power Sector


Utility Monitoring Indicators
Financial Indicators
Unit

Interest Charged to Operation


Principal
Increase in Working Capital
Other
Total

Mill Tk

Other Sources (Grants, Deposit Work Fund)

Mill Tk

Funds Available for Investment

Mill Tk

Investment Program

Mill Tk

FY 2004
PDB

Q1 05

1.10

2.93

PDB

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Financing Gap
Financed By
Equity & Reserves
Long Term Debt (GoB)
Long Term Debt (Foerign)
Total
Increase (Decrease) in Cash
Cash Beginning of Period
Cash End of Period

Debt Service Coverage Ratio


Self Financing Ratio

CHANGES IN WORKING CAPITAL


INCREASE IN CURRENT ASSETS
INCREASE IN INVENTORIES
INCREASE IN ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES
PROVISION FOR BAD DEBTS
INCREASE IN ADVANCES & PREPAID EXPENSES
INCREASE IN OTHER ASSETS
TOTAL INCREASE IN CURRENT ASSETS
INCREASE IN CURRENT LIABILITIES
INCREASE IN ACCOUNTS PAYABLES
INCREASE IN DEPOSITS
INCREASE IN TAXES & DUTIES
INCREASE IN BANK LOAN
INCREASE IN UNCOLLECTED GOV. DUTY
INCREASE IN CURRENT PORTION OF LTD.
INCREASE IN OTHER LIABILITIES - INTEREST
INCREASE IN OTHER LIABILITIES
INCREASE IN DEDUCTION BY GOVT. ON DSL & RPA
TOTAL INCREASE IN CURRENT LIABILITIES
INCREASE IN NON-CASH WORKING CAPITAL

Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk
Mill Tk

Ratio
%

Print Date: 120205

Q2 05
PDB

Q3 05
PDB

Q4 05
PDB

FY 2005
PDB

Bangladesh Power Development Board


Ministry Wise Accounts Receivable as on June 30, 2006 ( PROVISIONAL)

Government Offices
Name of Ministry

(Figures In Lac TK)


Receivable up to 30-6-05

Principle

Agriculture
Department of Agriculture (Gov Offices)
Commerce
Department of Commerce (Gov Offices)
Communication
Roads & Highways
Bangladesh Railway
Bang. Road & Transport Authority (BRTA)
Total
Cultural Affairs
Defense
Air Force
Army
Navy
Meteorology
Total
Disaster Management & Relief
Relief
Food
Total
Education
Govt. High School / Teachers Training Coll.
Govt. College
Govt. Madrasha
Vocational Training Institute
Total
Establishment
Thana Nirbahi Officer
D. C. Offices
Circuit House
Divisional Commissioner Offices
Total
Environment & Forest
Gov. Environment Offices
Gov. Forest Offices
Total
Election Commission
Expatriate Welfare & Overseas Employment
Finance
Custom & Excise
Tax Offices
Thana Accounts Offices
Total
Fisheries & Livestock
Gov. Fisheries Offices
Livestock
Total
Health & Family Planning
Health
Family Planning
Total
Home
Ansar
B.D .R
Fire Service & Civil Defense
Police
Prison
Immigration & Passport Office
Coast Guard
Narcotics Control Dept.

Surcharge Total

66.34
-

19.47
-

47.76
75.93
0.98
124.68
21.07

11.15
25.41
0.05
36.6
9.9

2.37
40.79
2.8
1.63
47.6

0.02
9.56
0.12
0.16
9.86

553.95
15.77
569.72

247.23
2.95
250.18

46.52
121.95
33.21
5.59
207.27

10.63
24.39
6.39
0.82
42.24

130.16
112.58
23.71
1.36
267.81

44.7
47.03
5.22
0.99
97.94

33.55
33.55
0.34
0

5.64
5.64
0.07
0

10.64
4.12
2.19
16.96

1.65
1.4
0.24
3.29

15.77
21.55
37.32

1.8
4.35
6.15

547.33
47.8
595.12

118.9
7.47
126.36

15.06
151.83
8.77
446.42
69.21
0.11
0.81
0.63

1.75
11.73
1.4
201.14
9.75
0.01
3.21
0.23

85.81
0

Receivable up to 30-6-06
Billed
Amout Collection200
2005-06 5-06
Principle Surcharge Total
162.2

0.16
0
58.91 113.26
101.34 200.04
1.03
3.6
161.28 316.92
30.97
14.16
0
2.39
10.44
50.35
506.8
2.92
49.05
1.79
3.72
57.46 570.04
0
801.18 433.32
18.72
64.68
819.9
498
0
57.15
78.6
146.34 237.96
39.6
11.28
6.41
18.6
249.51 346.44
0
174.86
106.2
159.61 170.88
28.93
30.72
2.35
1.2
365.75
309
0
0
1.82
39.19
85.68
39.19
87.5
0.41
0.96
0
0.02
0
12.29
61.92
5.52
10.8
2.43
3.96
20.25
76.68
0
17.57
51.6
25.9
44.52
43.47
96.12
0
0
666.23 866.26
55.27 102.84
721.48 1603.56
0
16.81
39.96
163.56 338.26
10.17
28.08
647.56 883.68
78.96
324
0.12
0.6
4.02
2.16
0.86
0.96

149.45
0
0

79.13

21.89

0.16

0.016

111.68
207.74
3.23
322.63
29.22

49.36
68.23
1.35
118.49
6.01

15.15
35.23
0.24
40.36
12.36

10.4
397.29
21.37
1.48
430.54

2.41
150.3
30.51
3.87
187.09

0.37
10.83
0.35
0.31
11.86

362.61
1.22
363.83

624.66
79.23
703.89

296.18
4.27
300.45

89.67
254.55
29.37
10.94
384.53

35.45
105.36
15.12
13.25
169.18

13.63
27.99
8.21
1.94
46.92

145.99
188.1
24.18
1.66
359.93

90.37
95.36
30.25
1.05
216.88

40.25
22.18
5.65
0.17
53.32

87.02
87.02
0.43
0

1.82
32.21
34.03
0.87
0.02

0.25
17.18
17.67
0.5
0

67.4
12.08
4.06
85.35

5.16
2.84
0.64
8.29

2.1
1.57
0.38
2.47

42.36
39.09
81.45

25.01
26.98
51.98

3.86
3.26
7.12

625.62
111.67
1934.36

787.97
38.97
264.33

132.71
8.95
138.87

32.21
435.45
27.14
1089.74
347.85
0.62
0.5
1.33

22.81
54.64
9.71
240.36
45.36
0.09
2.47
0.26

4.14
12.85
2.33
214.9
5.54
0.25
4.21
0.25

101.02
0
0.176
0
64.51
103.46
1.59
158.85
18.37
0
2.78
161.13
30.86
4.18
198.95
0
920.84
83.5
1004.34
0
49.08
133.35
23.33
15.19
216.1
0
130.62
117.54
35.9
1.22
270.2
0
2.07
49.39
51.7
1.37
0.02
0
7.26
4.41
1.02
10.76
0
28.87
30.24
59.1
0
0
920.68
47.92
403.2
0
26.95
67.49
12.04
455.26
50.9
0.34
6.68
0.51

Name of Ministry

Total
Housing & PWD
Public Works Division (PWD)
Housing
Total
Information
Radio Office
Television Office
Information Office
Total
Labor & Employment
Government Labor court & Offices
Land & Land Administration
Law Justice and Parliamentary Affairs
LGRD & Co-Operative
Public Health & Engineering
LGED
Co-Operative
Total
Liberation War Affairs
Primary & Mass Education
Primary School / Pri. Training Ins.
Post & Tele-communication
Post Offices
Tele-Communication
Total
Planning
Planning Offices
Statistical Offices
Implementation Offices
Total
Parbatay Chattagram Affairs
Prime Minister's Office
Anti Corruption
Religious Affairs
Shipping
Dept of Shipping
Social welfare
Sports & Youth
Sports
Youth
Total
Women & Children Affair
Dept of Women Affairs
Jatia Mahila Sangstha
Shishu Academy
Total
Grand Total

Receivable up to 30-6-05

Receivable up to 30-6-06
Billed
Amout Collection200
Principle Surcharge Total
2005-06 5-06
Principle Surcharge Total
692.84
229.21 922.05 1618.32
1937.92 373.24
231.41
604.65
0
0
65.36
16
81.36 145.92
98.92 112.36
20.3
132.66
3.03
0.25
3.28
7.2
4.36
5.87
0.3
6.17
68.38
16.25
84.63 153.12
103.27 118.23
17.99
136.22
0
0
13.82
0.89
14.71
35.52
33.5
15.84
1.21
17.05
2.06
0.15
2.21
7.44
4.78
4.72
0.75
5.47
1.04
0.13
1.17
2.28
2.36
0.96
0.13
1.09
16.92
1.18
18.1
45.24
40.64
21.52
4.03
25.55
0
0
0.65
0.08
0.73
2.88
2.78
0.75
0.05
0.8
14.89
3.92
18.81
22.8
25.33
12.36
4.92
17.28
54.19
10.05
64.24
89.26
103.39
40.36
12.65
53.01
0
0
212.32
122.89 335.21 256.08
318.04 150.36
205.96
356.32
43.78
8.63
52.41
59.04
72.61
30.21
5.44
35.65
3.24
1.11
4.35
4.68
4.14
3.78
1.83
5.61
259.34
132.63 391.97
319.8
394.79 184.35
213.23
397.58
0
0
0
2.95
1
0.1
1.93
2.03
0
0
53.02
25.38
78.4 109.68
46.62 116.08
27.14
143.22
0
0
6.44
0.61
7.05
24.4
24.59
6.45
0.9
7.35
184.47
21.03
205.5 597.84
696.95
85.36
14.07
99.43
190.91
21.64 212.55 622.44
721.54
91.81
14.42
106.23
0
0
0.46
0.05
0.51
0.48
0.82
0.12
0.02
0.14
0.4
0.07
0.47
0.8
0.17
1.03
0.25
1.28
0.19
0.02
0.21
0.12
0.27
0.04
0.01
0.05
1.06
0.14
1.2
1.4
1.27
1.19
0.28
1.47
23.71
8.44
32.15
11.04
14.7
20.05
10.82
30.87
0
0
2.92
1.48
4.4
2.64
4.19
1.37
0.23
1.6
146.5
7.33 153.83
65.54
809.83 1633.36
10.98
1644.34
0
0
0.34
0
0.34
1.32
0.63
1.03
0.02
1.05
40.51
9.06
49.57
43.08
70.23
13.36
3.04
16.4
0
0
22
10.17
32.17
1.69
52.49
18.56
7.59
26.15
11.81
2.44
14.25
21.24
9.35
23.7
2.69
26.39
33.81
12.62
46.43
33.24
34.24
32.81
7.99
40.8
0
0
3.88
0.83
4.71
4.8
4.79
3.89
1.2
5.09
1.25
0.66
1.91
1.68
1.86
1.07
0.77
1.84
9.28
1.52
10.8
6.48
11.76
4
0.97
4.97
14.41
3.01
17.42
12.96
18.41
8.96
6.31
15.27
0
3602.14
1090.09 4692.23 8880.72
8425.32 4455.65
1200.916
5656.566

Bang Power Development Board


Ministry Wise Accounts Receivable as on June 30, 2006 ( PROVISIONAL)
(Semi-Govt., Autonomous Bodies & Corporations)
(Figures in Lac TK)

Name of Ministry

Receivable up to 30-6-05

Principle

Receivable up to 30-6-06
Billed
Amount20
05-06
Collection

Surcharge Total

Principle

Surcharge

Total

Agriculture
BADC

106.13

35.83

141.95

0
0.37
21.46
21.83

0
0.4
2.78
3.18

0.78
24.24
25.02

0.18
4.36
0.3

0.01
0.8
0.01

4.84

182.88

85.47

203.54

46.01

249.55

2.88
22.81

0.3
21.01
21.31

19.93
0.07
3.33
23.33

1.00
0.5
2.95
4.35

20.93
0.57
6.28
27.68

0.19
5.16
0.31

0.48
15.00
12.04

0.66
1.86
5.78

17.5
6.56

0.02
1.68
0.34

0.02
19.18
6.90

0.81

5.66

27.52

8.3

24.06

2.19
2.19

1.2
1.2

3.39
3.39

7.08
7.08

13.52
13.52

4.25
4.25

13.21
32.98
46.19

0.62
0.68
1.3

13.83
33.66
47.5

87.24
251.26
345.00

30.45
160.74
191.19

70
130
200

1.19
1.32
1.57

0.28
0.16
0.34

1.47
1.48
1.90

4.09

0.77

4.86

10.16
8.68
12.64
0.26
31.74

1.99
3.64
4.85
0
10.49

9.36
6.36
9.36
0.26
25.34

14.51

17.14

31.65

11.52

17.93

8.1

68.43

18.95

87.38

136.80

140.63

64.6

26.07
0.00
5.66
5.66
0.00
74.12
137.18
211.30
0.00
10.11
6.84
10.17
0.27
27.38
0.00
25.65
0.00
86.78

16.36
5.87
22.23

11.74
1.87
13.61

28.10
7.75
35.85

52.68
15.28
67.96

33.06
3.37
36.43

35.98
17.78
53.76

39.92

25.02

64.94

34.92

25.45

48.39

590.64
3.31
15.79
4.88

136.09
0.45
1.16
1.18

726.72
3.76
16.95
6.06

496.36
18.60
4020
7.44

96.64
21.91
28
3.67

990.36

614.62

138.87

753.50

562.60

150.22

1050.5

10108.99

9713.11

19822.11

944.16

9888

680.36

10256.75
9145.36
149.65
115.3
82.66
12.97
19762.69

5719.39
3761.23
55.13
56.22
14.78
3.79
9610.54

15976.14
12906.59
204.78
171.52
97.44
16.76
29373.23

2453.16
1968.96
86.88
28.32
675.48
40.80
5253.60

3310.75
3183.96
213.53
135.8
304.98
37.74
7186.76

6946
7930.36
23
8.42
387.64
16.03
15311.45

1.39

0.14

1.54

2.64

2.84

1.19

1.39

0.14

1.54

2.64

2.84

1.19

2.01
0
1.41
1.41
0
4.12
7.18
11.3
0
0.75
0.48
0.81
0.01
2.04
0
17.55
0
22.18
0
0
13.54
2.76
16.30
0
27.44
0
185.61
0.45
2.560
1.6125
0
191.395
0
9747.128
0
6066.69
4157.748
56.28
56.641
34.162
4.5915
10376.1125
0
0
0.1995
0
0.1995
0

Civil Aviation & Tourism


Civil Aviation Authority (Airports)
Biman Bangladesh Airlines
Bangladesh Parjatan Corporation
Total

19.93

Commerce
Trading Corporation of Bangladesh (TCB)
Bang. Life Insurance Corporation
Bang. general Insurance Corporation
Tea Board
Export Promotion Bureau
Total
Communication
BRTC
Total
Education
Technical Institute
University / BIT
Total
Energy & Mineral Resources
Bakhrabad Gas
Titas Gas
Jalalabad Gas
Oil
Total
Environment & Forest
Bang. Forest Research Institute (BFRI)
Finance
Banks
Total
Fisheries & Livestock
Bang. Fish Development Corpo. (BFDC)
Bang. Fish Research Institute (BFRI)
Total
Housing & PWD
Improvement Authority (CDA, KDA, RDA)
Industries
Bang. Chemical Ind. Corp.(BCIC)
Bang. Steel & Eng. Corp. (BSEC)
Bang. Sugar & Food Ind. Corp. (BSFIC)
Small & Cottage Industries (BSCIC)

27.99
8.65

Bang. Standard & testing Inst. (BSTI)


Total
Jute
Bang. Jute Mills Corp (BJMC)
LGRD & Co-Operative
City Corporation
Municipality
Zila Parishad
Thana Parishad
Chittagong WASA
Bang. Rural Dev. Board (BRDB)
Total
Prime Minister's Office
Board of Investment
Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA)
NGO Bureau
Total
Shipping

0.00
49.52
20.54
70.06
0.00
75.83
0.00
1175.97
0.45
30.55
10.26
0.00
1241.90
0.00
10427.49
0.00
13012.69
12088.11
79.28
65.06
421.80
20.62
25687.56
0.00
0.00
1.39
0.00
1.39
0.00

374.92

Name of Ministry

Receivable up to 30-6-05

Receivable up to 30-6-06
Billed
Amount20
Principle
Surcharge Total
05-06
Collection Principle Surcharge
Total
0.87
0.34
1.21
6.24
4.61
2.5
0.465
2.97
Bang. Inland Water Transport Authority (BIWTA)
2.67
0.65
3.32
5.40
8.07
0.65
0.65
Bang. Inland Water Transport Corp. (BIWTC)
0
0.00
Port Authority
3.54
0.99
4.53
11.64
12.68
2.5
1.115
3.62
Total
0
0.00
Science & Information & Technology
8.60
8.6
0.43
9.03
Atomic Energy Commission
0
0.00
Bang. Council of Scientific Industrial Research
8.60
8.6
0.43
9.03
Total
0
0.00
Textile
821.58
390.81
1212.38
896.52
205
1513.1
466.465
1979.57
Bang. Textile Mill Corp. (BTMC)
0
0.00
Silk Board
0.24
0.15
0.39
0.12
0.04
0.32
0.166
0.49
Handloom Board
821.82
390.96
1212.77
896.64
205.04
1513.42
466.631
1980.05
Total
0
0.00
Water Resources
211.11
52.46
263.57
111.00
110
212.11
63.0655
275.18
Water Development Board
Total (Except DESA & REB)

31857.44

20026.73

51884.17

8487.39

17940.18

22404.65

DESA

346205.0
7142.0
5170.0
13979.0

438222
66.32
0
129.61

784427
7207.94
5170
14108.37

91278
35484
24241
137644

91700
34843
24631
124566

7783.11
4780
27057

DESCO
WZPDCL
REB
Grand Total

404353.44 458444.66 862797.48 297134.39

355143

293680.18 417167.76

20947.04

43351.69

520907.30 876050.30

258.00
0
271.00

8041.11
4780.00
27328.00

542383.34 959551.10

Sector Summary
S/N

INDICATOR

UNIT

FY- 2003

FY- 2004

FY- 2005

FY-2006

FY- 2006-07
(upto Dec'06)

Net Generation

GWH

18422.065

20062.134

21162.473 22741.529

11512.495

Power Sold

GWH

16331.587

18023.728

19195.871 20954.265

10678.369

System Loss (Distribution)

22.35

21.33

19.98

19.06

17.78

System Loss (Transmission)

3.79

3.49

3.91

3.52

3.05

Billed (Retail)

MTK

15905.245

16827.082

17629.741 14282.400

7634.463

Billed (Inter Utilities)

MTK

24133.565

26511.128

26240.175 16672.922

11290.696

Collection (Retail)

MTK

15682.632

16997.997

17430.863 14093.500

7603.547

Collection (Inter Utilities)

MTK

20383.781

22268.807

23673.078 15735.094

17133.725

Total Operational Revenue

MTK

44626.324

47432.530

23887.590

10

Operating Income

MTK

1861.462

(4817.560)

2639.990

11

Total Account Receivable

MTK

39937.994

43681.060

43977.157 45009.339

43901.909

12

Collection Bill Ratio

98.60

101.02

91.89

96.39

105.13

13

Collection /Import Ratio

76.25

79.71

84.16

88.79

97.57