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    By Syed Tashfin Chowdhury

    DHAKA - Russia and Bangladesh, which suffers acute shortages of electricity generation, have signed an agreement to install the South Asian country's first nuclear power plant, at Rooppur in Pabna.

    Russia's state-owned Rosatom will supply fuel for reactors, take back the spent fuel, and help in the decommissioning of the nuclear power plant. The construction cost is initially being put at between US$1.5 billion and $2 billion. The final agreement, to be signed some time this year, will include details of the funding mechanism to be offered by Russia.

    The Rooppur nuclear power plant (RNPP) will eventually generate around 2,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity, with each of two proposed reactors having a capacity to generate 1,000 MW.

    "This is a welcome step as even if the nuclear reactor generates only 1,000 MW, it will curb the power scarcity significantly," Yusuf Haider, chairman of the physics department and a former pro vice chancellor of Dhaka University, told Asia Times Online.

    The deal, signed on February 24, is intended to lead to completion of the plant by 2017-2018. In the shorter term, businessmen want more immediate steps to improve power generation, particularly during the summer months.

    "If the RNPP is commissioned around 2017, how is that solving our immediate problems due to the crisis?” asked Abdus Salam Murshedi, president of the Bangladesh Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association.

    Annual demand for electricity in Bangladesh is increasing by 8% to 10% in a country where only 45% of the 155 million people are covered by the current power supply. In the May-October period last year, power outages occurred around eight to 12 hours per day, bringing life to a standstill and with factories being the worst affected.

    On March 9 this year, there was a shortage of 1,304 MW, or nearly 25% of demand, with only around 3,796 MW of electricity generated against a total demand for 5,100 MW, according to the daily report of the Power Grid Company of Bangladesh. Shortages are higher during the summer, when demand can reach 6,000-6,300 MW.

    The Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industries has urged the government to allocate 100 billion takas (US$1.4 billion), or 10% of the total budget for the 2010-11 fiscal year, to new power plants. The government proposed 43 billion takas for the purpose before agreeing to 61.15 billion takas for development of the power and energy sector.

    On March 9, an increasingly concerned Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry requested World Bank investment in the power and communications sectors in the form of public-private partnerships, a newly devised development paradigm being followed worldwide.

    Murshedi, of the Bangladesh Garments Manufacturer and Exporters Association, said that when power outages occur most industries run on generators, driving up operating costs.

    "Also, as power outages occur mostly during peak periods, we have to work overtime, which further increases production costs," he said. "The recent government move to increase the bulk tariff rate for electricity has further burdened us."

    The electricity tariff rate was increased from 2.37 takas per unit cost of power to 2.63 takas from February 1. The cost will again increase, to 2.80 takas, from August 1 this year.

    The retail price was raised by 5%, with exceptions for those who use as little as 100 units of electricity a month, irrigation facilities, religious organizations and some other groups.

    The government said the increases were to offset rising costs to the government for purchases of electricity from private power producers, which generate 41% of the country's total power.

    "The government should plan and take further steps to ensure the sustainable growth of the industries sector, although we do realize that the resources are limited as the price of oil is high, gas supply is low, and with the coal policy draft yet to be implemented," said Murshedi.

    Without a coal policy, the government cannot initiate coal mining on a number of potential sites due to differences between environmentalists, bureaucrats and energy corporations.

    However, experts in the power sector argue that despite the time taken to develop nuclear power plants, they are the only viable solution.

    "There was no option for Bangladesh but to go for nuclear power as this will facilitate fuel diversification," B D Rahmatullah, former director general of Power Cell, a power ministry unit, told Asia Times Online. "Not much uranium is required in a nuclear power plant, and the price of uranium does not fluctuate at the same rate as oil, gas or coal prices."

    "However, whether the concerned authorities in Bangladesh have the ability to maintain and operate a nuclear power plant is another concern," he said.

    Dhaka University's Yusuf Haider, talking before earthquakes and a tsunami led to explosions in nuclear power plants in Japan last week, also pointed to safety concerns.

    "During the operations, fission fragments are given out, which can be very risky if not properly maintained. The operation and shielding of the power plant and radiation monitoring is also necessary as the health hazards to workers need to be evaluated beforehand."

    Rahmatullah said financing "is the main challenge confronting implementation of the Rooppur nuclear power plant", as pointed out on the Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology (MOSICT) website.

    A senior official of the Nuclear Power and Energy Division of the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC) told Asia Times Online, "As Bangladesh has the capacity to contribute to 25% to 30% of the RNPP implementation, I believe the government will involve its own funds as this is an extremely profitable sector."

    In June 2007, the International Atomic Energy Agency approved a "Technical Assistant Project" for the RNPP while also assuring support on the project.

    France, South Korea, Russia, China and Pakistan expressed interest in offering assistance for developing the RNPP, with the Bangladesh government eventually opting for Russia and Rosatom, the Russian state-owned nuclear energy corporation. Rosatom claims to be " ... the first in the world [for] simultaneous nuclear build abroad, second in uranium reserves, fifth in uranium mining and fourth in nuclear electricity generation around the world".

    The BAEC official said, "As far as maintenance is concerned, Rosatom will be entitled to train Bangladeshi staff and workers on the operation, safety hazards, management, maintenance and other aspects," he said. Rosatom will ship out the fuel wastes. "All these aspects will be clearly detailed in the bilateral agreement to be signed later this year."

    When asked about the signing of the final agreement, MOSICT state minister Yeafesh Osman said this will be decided "through the joint communique between the foreign ministries of Russia and Bangladesh".

    The agreement last month was signed by Nikolay Spasskiy, deputy director general of Rosatom, the Russian State Nuclear Company, and MOSICT secretary Md Abdur Rob Howlader on behalf of their countries at the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission in Dhaka.

    MOSICT will act as the competent authority of the government, while the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission will be the project's customer, with Rosatom acting as the competent authority to implement the project for Russia.

    The agreement follows a five-year framework agreement that Bangladesh signed with Russia in May 2010 and a 2009 memorandum of understanding for building the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina heads the committee supervising the project for Bangladesh.

    The countries have agreed to set up a joint coordinating committee to be nominated by Rosatom and may include representatives of BAEC, MOSICT from Bangladesh and the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology.

    Syed Tashfin Chowdhury is a senior staff writer at New Age in Dhaka.

    now i know some fear about nuclear disaster etc i also fear those incidents but i gladly welcome this.because if implemented this Nuclear power plants will not only provide power but also save huge amount of foreign currency that is spent for buying fuel from abroad.also the volatility of fuel prices puts much strain on our economy and foreign reserve.it would help to ease the pressure on economy and foreign currency to a large extent.it will also help to the lower load shedding.so for this project signing.hope it will be implemented in the shortest time possible.Thanks to the Government of BD for taking the initiative.

    source of the news:http://www.atimes.com/atimes/South_Asia/MC16Df01.html
    Last edited by knroeoueqisk; March 15th, 2011 at 19:25.

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    nice ..... we are waiting


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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Whatever, management needs to be strong enough.

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    পারমাণবিক শক্তি থেকে বিদ্যুৎ উৎপাদনের এ উদ্যোগকে নিঃসন্দেহে স্বাগত জানাই। কিন্তু দেশটা যখন বাংলাদেশ, তখন একটা "কিন্তু" তো থেকেই যায়। রক্ষণাবেক্ষণ হবে তো? এ তো আর এমন যন্ত্র নয় যে দুই মাস এর যায়গায় ছয় মাস পরপর লুব্রিকেটিং অয়েল দিয়ে বাকি টাকা মেরে দিলাম। একটু ভুল থেকেই ভয়ংকর দুর্ঘটনা ঘটতে পারে। আবার, ইউরেনিয়াম রড কেনার নামে কতো টাকা যে মেরে দেবেন ওনারা সেটা আর নাই বা বললাম। তবে ঠিকমতো করতে পারলে বিদ্যুৎ আর ভাড়া করা স্টেশন ও ভারত থেকে স্বল্প মূল্যে (!) কিনতে হবে না। খরচও অনেক কমবে।

    Quote Originally Posted by kung fu panda_4444 View Post
    now i know some fear about nuclear disaster etc
    তা তো থাকবেই। এ প্রসঙ্গে একটা কথা মনে পড়ে গেল। সেদিন জার্মানিতে ২৭ কিলোমিটার লম্বা মানববন্ধন হলো। কেন? পারমাণবিক চুল্লি বন্ধের দাবিতে। সেটাই বা কেন? জাপানের ৮.৯ মাত্রার ভূমিকম্পে সেখানকার পারমাণবিক চুল্লি ক্ষতিগ্রস্ত হয়ে ঝুঁকিপূর্ণ অবস্থায় রয়েছে এবং তার মধ্য দিয়ে এটাই প্রমাণিত হয়েছে যে পারমাণবিক শক্তিকে নিয়ন্ত্রণ করা অসম্ভব এবং তা শুধু ধ্বংসই ডেকে আনে! কি আজব যুক্তি! ৮.৯ মাত্রার যে ভূমিকম্পে যেখানে শহর বলতে আর অবশিষ্ট কিছু নেই সেখানে চুল্লির শীতক ক্ষতিগ্রস্ত হওয়াটাকে তো অল্পের উপর দিয়ে যাওয়াই বলতে হবে। আর যাই হোক, এগুলো তো আর অবিনশ্বর না যে পৃথিবী উলটে গেলেও তা অক্ষত থাকবে।
    Last edited by proton_chain; March 15th, 2011 at 19:32.


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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Whatever, management needs to be strong enough.
    not just strong, ektu kichu technical difficulties hobe after the plant is installed & we are doomed! Nuclear disasters aren't the kind of disasters which you can put aside, ekdom immediate actions nite hobe if something goes wrong- tokhon ki hobe Allah e jane!

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    wow.. thats good news..

    just hope they dont syndicate the 1000MW to india...

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    If the management isn't good enough then we'll be doomed
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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Quote Originally Posted by tanveer View Post
    If the management isn't good enough then we'll be doomed
    Say, if management is corrupted enough then we'll be doomed.

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    It is a little country .
    Ekta nuclear plant thakte hoe residential area theke onek dure.ami janina bd te ei rule maintain kora jabe kina.
    Etar primary estblishment khoroch prochur.maintainance in fact oto beshi na.but should be done with great care and totally experienced authority.here in bd , it is possible to be done properly?
    Etar waste je kothae dumping korbe , ba etateo je durniti korbe na, ke jane.
    Eshob powerplant gula te durghotona sheirokom bivotsokor, devastating...and u know even after centuries the effects persist.congenital deformities ,sterility , cancer occur even after 100yrs ....
    Etar expense, risk, waste dumping complexity consider korle, ei dine 5~6 hrs electricity na thaka ta onek valo.
    Govrnment quick rental electricity kine 8~10tk per unit.
    Othocho aro onek valo upae ase, jemon 'pathorkuchi-dc current , converting to ac current' , ete 3~4tk per unit pore, egula bad dia je oidike gelo ken, allah malum.
    [no political issue]

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    ২০১৭ তে আমার পোলাপাইন ইলেক্ট্রিসিটি উপভোগ করবো...

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    LOL! ^^

    Dekha jak age actually hoy ki na :/ Airport to ekdom banaye felte nisilo, tarporo to hoilo na jonogon er jonno Ei nuclear plant bananor shomoy manush bolbe j bananor dorkar nai, coz japan er moton risks thakbe and stuff like that -__-

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    personally I'm not liking this idea ... there will be many consequences regarding this project ... mark my word, guys


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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Eta thik kore nai. Nuclear Power BD te anle koyekta advantage and disadvantage ase
    Advantage hoche je, Power Cut kom hobe
    Disadvantage hoche je, Bangladesh ekta choto desh, jayga to nai-e tar upor jodi kono rokomer problem create hoy tahole to result dekhsoi ki hoise.

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    প্রোটন ভাই ভাল বলছেন। আমার ধারনা কিছু কামানোর জন্যই এই উদ্যোগ নেয়া হয়েছে। ওনাদের প্রাথমিক কথাবার্তা রুশদের সাথে হয়েছে, এই মর্মে আমাদের দিপু মনি রুশদেশ বেড়াতেও গেছেন ১ বার। রুশরা নাকি প্রযুক্তিগত জ্ঞান, মানুষ, ট্রেনিং দেবেন এবং পারমানবিক বর্জ্য নেবার কন্ট্রাক্ট টাও নেবেন। শুনেছি রুশদের পারমানবিক প্রযুক্তি নাকি মান্ধাতার আমলের। এর চেয়ে সিঙ্গাপুর নাকি এগিয়ে। সে যাকগে, যা হবার হবে। আমরা আম জনতা তো আর কিছু করতে পারব না।



    পল্লব ভাই – বাস্তবায়িত হলে consequences থাকবে বৈকি। আমার সবচে বড় ভয় দুর্নীতির ফাঁদে পড়ে CHERNOBYL এর মত কিছু হওয়ার। সেক্ষেত্রে, জোকার ভাই – ২০১৭ এ আমাদের সন্তান-সন্ততিরা জীবন্ত CALL OF PRIPYAT খেলতে পারবে।

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Ami vai age ei project ta support kortam but japan er obostha deikha to amar besh voy e lagtese.

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Quote Originally Posted by Rumen View Post
    Ami vai age ei project ta support kortam but japan er obostha deikha to amar besh voy e lagtese.
    8.9 scale ar earthquake hoilay amra nuclear reactor meltdown hobar agai mara jabo.

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    great one step further into a complete massive mind freaking devastation & huge amount of corruption

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Quote Originally Posted by pcgamer View Post
    8.9 scale ar earthquake hoilay amra nuclear reactor meltdown hobar agai mara jabo.
    Haha, true Dhaka would be gone So, if you wanna worry then worry about that
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcgamer View Post
    8.9 scale ar earthquake hoilay amra nuclear reactor meltdown hobar agai mara jabo.
    Earthquake e joto na mara jaabey - tar cheyeo bohu guun ba ashol chunk ta morbey AFTERMATH e.
    Evacuation er upai nai, rasta nai, jothesto equipments nai. Food Shortage, ppl under debris, no meds.

    Rangs Bhaban bahnagar shomoy sromik morsilo -- how long it f-ing took to retrieve their dead bodies? 7 days. Hoitey parey hoito shamanno baichao chhilo -- baad baaki ta rescue operation er goti tei khalash hoiya gesey.

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    Default Re: Bangladesh signs up for nuclear power

    Quote Originally Posted by Xanadu View Post
    Earthquake e joto na mara jaabey - tar cheyeo bohu guun ba ashol chunk ta morbey AFTERMATH e.
    Evacuation er upai nai, rasta nai, jothesto equipments nai. Food Shortage, ppl under debris, no meds.

    Rangs Bhaban bahnagar shomoy sromik morsilo -- how long it f-ing took to retrieve their dead bodies? 7 days. Hoitey parey hoito shamanno baichao chhilo -- baad baaki ta rescue operation er goti tei khalash hoiya gesey.
    But still people are more worried about the Nuclear Plant
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