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Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) and some public limited companies have started implementing plans for generating more than 22,000 MW power at Matarbari and Maheshkhali islands by 2041. The Matarbari-Maheshkhali twin islands are undoubtedly growing as the principal energy hub of Bangladesh. It started with a US$ 4.6 billion power plant under a comprehensive plan, inclusive of coal import facilities. The greatest achievement of this project is going to be a 14.3km long, 250 meters wide channel connecting Matarbari with deep water. This will be used for importing and supplying coal to all coal power plants to be constructed in the region. Land based LNG terminal is also being constructed using this channel. This will make major contribution in LNG import for meeting the growing deficit of natural gas supply. Moreover, a deep-sea port would also be constructed along the channel. This channel will also make possible for importing and supplying coal and LNG for power plants planned at Maheshkhali. Well-crafted planning and efficient investment in projects in the two islands are expected to ensure sustainable supply of energy to Bangladesh.

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