“The government has provided support to Rs. 12220 million in the past six years,” Nasrat Al-Hamid, Minister of State for Energy, Energy and Mineral Resources, told parliament on February 7. It sparked traditional knowledge. For deferred power plants, PDB capacity is estimated at 7220 million crowns taka and 8220 million crowns taka in 20 years. State treasury funds are given to some companies through subsidies.
The common man pays his fees in two periods: once through unnecessary subsidies with tax money, and at other times forced to pay the increase in electricity prices. This loss of support cannot be spent on any other social welfare work, which is another disadvantage. To meet this ongoing support, the government is increasing electricity prices over and over again. The Energy Regulation Act was amended not only once a year, but also several times, to change the price of electricity. The minister said that there is no alternative to raising prices to reduce the burden of subsidies. However, people have said that there are many options for increasing prices.
He fears that, since 5 to 5 percent of the total cost of industry is spent on electricity and energy, new inflation will increase the cost of producing public life and export-oriented industries by increasing inflation. “Taka thousand million rupees in production, taka 2000 million rupees in total, taka 1000 million rupees in total irrational spending. The government has a deficiency in traditional knowledge, so why does the cost of electricity increase because These unnecessary expenses? Why should the government provide support? ” Slow electricity charge Most of the country’s power generation capacity is lazy.
The total production capacity of the power plants, including captive and renewable production, is 22,000 3 MW, but with the exception of households, the actual production on February 7 was only 5.8 MW and the maximum production capacity was 7.8 MW these days. During the summer without demand, the largest generation of energy in the country’s history was recorded on May 27, 2012, at 12 thousand 5 MW. As a result, 5% of installed power plants are missing. The slow amount will spread rapidly by 5 percent as some new power plants await, however, more than 20 to 20 percent of the total installed capacity in the master plan for the electricity sector has been directed to inactivity.
Regardless of the demand, competition for non-competitive tenders allowed the establishment of several oil power stations in the private sector with many unfair benefits and impunity. This is calculated by developing a large number of capabilities. The load capacity of these power plants, called IPP, ranges from 3 to 22 years. IPP revenue is tax free until 2022. Since most units are inactive, the cost of some units for electricity (from Agrico Power Solutions) to Tk 5 (Paramount Bitrack Energy). On the other hand, they get monetary incentives for oil imports.
Meanwhile, the express rental centers started as a temporary solution, but the rapid rental centers continue to operate after 5 years. According to the PDB Account Analysis, in the past six years the PDB has had to calculate the capacitance load of around Rs 5.8 million, which is approximately 1.2 percent of the electricity purchased from the private sector. Generally, one or two private producers of guaranteed energy want to invest in ensuring a higher price and regular purchase of electricity as a condition. But our private IPP calls are guaranteed three to five times the price in a third party contract. There are capabilities, review fees, oil import incentives, tax leave benefits, tax-free benefits, and many sovereign guarantees. There is also a loan interest in easy installments.
They want to benefit from abandoning the registration tax on land purchase. The retail team that deserves at least 5 percent of the total investment wants to import duty-free facilities every year. BPC asks questions about imported oil (though tested) and also wants new incentives out there! Until the ruling is amended to maintain 5 percent of profits before taxes from the Labor Law under the Labor Welfare Fund. It is not unreasonable to assume that people at the crossroads of corruption of power suffer significant financial losses due to inadvertent neglect.
The privatization of state funds plundered by party merchants is unprecedented. By refining and amending these agreements, there is an opportunity to stop the state’s waste. Unexpected efficiency If the new power plant is able to generate electricity (efficiency) continuously for several months with high energy efficiency (plant worker), only about 8 percent of its installed capacity (plant capacity) is considered installed capacity. The international efficiency of ISPs in Bangladesh has not been demonstrated technically. As a result, there is great potential. The capacity of the power plants at the top is 5900 MW. But these centers were never used in half capacity. It is far from being tested by an external party with this assumed capacity, the Energy Development Board (PDB) of these six centers calculates the TK capacity load.
There is an opportunity to save state funds by examining the capabilities of these centers internationally, which are available through a variety of unfair advantages and impunity in the competitive bidding of corruption. Reducing corruption and system loss is a technology sector in the energy sector. Therefore, there is no system loss without losing the power cable. In large countries, where there is an obligation to obtain electricity on very long transmission lines, a maximum of 8 percent (such as the United States) of system losses is accepted. But even though it is a small country, the loss of the system in the distribution and transmission of electricity in Bangladesh will be 5.3 percent; this is unacceptable.
We want the government to take clear measures to stop energy theft and reduce state losses. In addition, the new government power plant, the ability to quickly implement distribution and distribution projects, create high-quality technical design and improve management of the use of the external debt grace period, has an opportunity to be accessible to all in the electricity sector