30 MW of wind power to the national grid in 2-3 days

The work of 10 out of 22 turbines of the country’s largest ‘Khurushkul Wind Power Project’ under construction at Khurushkul in Cox’s Bazar Sadar has been completed. From these 10 turbines, approximately 30 MW of electricity will initially be connected to the national grid in the next 2-3 days.

Prime Minister’s Advisor on Electricity, Energy and Mineral Resources Tawfiq-e-Ilahi Chowdhury said this while visiting the wind power project in Khurushkula today (May 24).

He said, “Out of the 22 turbines under construction in Khurushkul, Cox’s Bazar Sadar with the latest technology of China, the work of 10 turbines which have already been completed will produce 3 megawatts of electricity from each of them.
The power plant along with the remaining 12 turbines will be ready for full production by this term of the government i.e. September-October this year.”

On March 31 last year, State Minister for Power Nasrul Hamid MP laid the foundation stone of the 60 MW ‘Khurushkul Wind Power Project’. He also announced the establishment of another wind power project with a capacity of 50 MW at Inani beach.

A contractor named USDK Green Energy Limited is implementing the ‘Khurushkul Wind Power Project’ under construction at a cost of around 900 crores. The lifting of the first turbine (fan) of this wind power project was successfully completed on October 31 last year.

Project Director Engineer Mukit Alam Khan said that the fans of wind power project of Khurushkul are being installed in PMkhali, Choufaldandi and Bharuakhali Unions besides Khurushkul. The electricity generated from this center will meet the demand of Cox’s Bazar and be added to the national grid.

Source: দৈনিক আজাদী by dainikazadi.net.

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