Adani Power will begin Exporting Electricity from India to Bangladesh Country

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Before the end of the year, Gautam Adani intends to begin exporting electricity to Bangladesh from a coal-fired power plant in eastern India, easing Bangladesh’s energy woes.

In-depth details about Adani Power Exporting Electricity from India to Bangladesh:

By December 16, 2022, Adani Power, a division of the Adani Group, will be supplying electricity to Bangladesh from its future power facility in Jharkhand. Adani Power built a 1.6-gigawatt thermal power plant in Godda, Jharkhand, to send electricity via a transmission line to Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB). Following his visit with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in New Delhi, Adani stated on Twitter late on Monday.

“It was a pleasure to meet Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, in Delhi. She has an inspiring and breathtakingly audacious vision for Bangladesh. By Bijoy Dibosh, December 16, 2022, we are committed to completing the 1,600 MW Godda power project and dedicating a transmission line to Bangladesh, according to Gautam Adani, Chairman of the Adani Group.

Bangladesh is India’s largest trading partner in the South Asian region, and between 2018 and 2022, bilateral trade between the two countries increased from $9 billion to $18 billion. As a result of an increase in exports of more than 66% from $9.69 billion in 2020–21 to $16.15 billion in 2021–22, it is now India’s fourth-largest export market.

The project is crucial because Bangladesh has been acknowledged by India under its “Neighborhood First” strategy as a significant partner. The government of Narendra Modi had pledged to assist its neighbors in matters like trade, commerce, rivers, energy, power, transportation, connectivity, science, and technology.

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