|Siddhirganj-Maniknagar 230 kV Transmission Line|
|Objective(s)||•To evacuate power to be generated from the 335 MW under construction Power Plant and other incoming Power Plants at Siddhirganj.
•To meet the growing demand of South-east part of Dhaka city and to relieve the existing 132 kV lines of this area through the new 230 kV double circuit transmission line.
•To minimize transmission loss.
|Scope of Work||1) Siddhirganj 230/132 kV, 2×225 MVA AIS Substation.
2) 230/132 kV, 2X300 MVA GIS substation at Maniknagar including one 132 kV bay extension in the existing 132/33 kV outdoor substation.
3) Siddhirganj – Maniknagar 230 kV Double Circuit O/H Transmission Line and relocation of an existing 132 kV dead-end Tower of Haripur line 1 & 2 by installing a new 132 kV dead-end Tower and provide underground cable connections.
|Project Cost||300.51(crore BDT)|
|Financed by/Donor||IDA (World Bank)|
|Present Status||Physical: 100%
Financial: 248.759 (crore BDT)
|Estimated Duration||August, 2009 to June, 2015|
|Project office||Project Director: Pranab Kumar Roy, Chief Engineer
Address: 80, Mohakhali C/A (1st Floor), Dhaka-1212
Telephone: 9859626, 9861492