MAN Energy to deliver 170 MW to Bangladesh

Germany’s MAN Energy Solutions will provide the generation technology for two power plants in Bangladesh.

The two plants will total more than 170 MW in generating capacity. The first plant in the Thakurgaon district will be driven by six 18V48/60TS engines combined for 125 MW. The second plant in Narayaganj will use three of the same kind of MAN engines with 58 MW of potential generation output.

Energypac Power Generation Ltd is operating the first facility, while KPPGL is operating the second in Narayanganj. Company officials said both locations presented difficult logistical challenges.

“For our team in Bangladesh, assembling the engines onsite has been a particular challenge and placed the highest demands on precise project management,” said Waldemar Wiesner at MAN Energy Solutions. “However, our flexibility when it comes to project management means that we can guarantee energy supplies”even in hard-to-reach regions across the world.”

Bangladesh has an average economic growth rate of seven percent annually in recent years, Wiesner noted. The pace of growth demands a guaranteed supply of energy, he added.

The diesel-fired MAN 18V48/60TS has two turbochargers and can generate up to 21 MW per engine. MAN Engine Solutions has more than 14,000 employees in 120 locations globally.

You can meet experts from MAN Energy Solutions and discover the company’s latest technologies at POWERGEN Asia in September and POWERGEN Europe in November.

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