- 发布时间:2015-08-31 16:21:23 点击次数:94
孟加拉国，凭借其1.52亿人在一个陆地面积147570平方公里，已经显示出了巨大的增长在最近几年。 一个蓬勃发展的经济增长，快速的城市化和工业化的提高和发展，增加了该国对电力的需求。 目前，总人口（包括可再生能源）的68％用上了电，人均发电348亿千瓦时，相对于其他发展中国家，这是非常低的。
认识到的事实，目前政府已优先考虑电力部门直接从它的竞选宣言。 根据该宣言，发电在国内应该是5000兆瓦的2011年和7000兆瓦，到2013年，政府已成功地达到这些目标，甚至已经能够实现先例的更高的水平。 政府的目标是产生一个额外的15000兆瓦的电力，在2016年根据短期，中期和长期计划。 这一目标比一个在竞选宣言中表示要高得多。
Bangladesh, with its 152 million people in a land mass of 147,570 sq km, has shown tremendous growth in recent years. A booming economic growth, rapid urbanization and increased industrialization and development has increased the country's demand for electricity. Presently, 68% of the total population (including renewable energy) has access to electricity and per capita generation is 348 kWH, which is very low compared to other developing countries.
Recognizing the fact the present government has prioritized the power sector right from its election manifesto. As per the manifesto, electricity generation in the country was supposed to be 5000 MW by the year 2011 and 7000 MW by 2013. The government has been successful in meeting these targets and has even been able to achieve higher level of precedents. The government aims to generate an additional 15,000 MW electricity, within 2016 under short, medium and long term plan. This target is much higher than the one stated in the election manifesto.
Assessing the current state of electricity in Bangladesh, this web page disseminates on how to develop and communicate various strategies and plans and implement moderate growth in demand through increased efficiency. It also investigates on how to combine environmental goals into planning and operation and tries to find ways on how to ensure sufficient supply wherever and whenever it is required, as well as on how to handle various other challenges in the power sector.
The government has further extended its vision targeting the upcoming years up to 2030 and prepared the Power System Master Plan 2010 (PSMP). This plan states that in 2030 the demand of power would be around 34,000 MW while the generation capacity would be about 40,000 MW.
Presently, the generation capacity is nearly 11,265 MW which implies that much endeavor is required to achieve the goal. Considering the country’s future energy security, the government has rightly given due importance on renewable energy, energy efficiency as well as energy conservation.