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The global pandemic of coronavirus has almost stopped the wheels of the economy. Each and every country is affected. Each and every sector is badly hit. Power and energy sector is no exception. The biggest trouble is the oil market crash that pushed the prices to a historic low due to a slump in demand amid worldwide shutdown of transports, mills and factories. For a country like Bangladesh, a big concern is the fate of the under-implementation projects. The projects in energy and power sector have already slowed down. Experts think some projects may even take up to 6 months even to resume and gather momentum. The pandemic has created severe impacts on revenue stream in power and energy sector. This will obviously impede the progress of works of the projects taken under own financing. Donors in changed reality may preview financing some of the projects. It can be said that the post-COVID implementation of power and energy sector projects will have to be adjusted under changed circumstances. The project managements have to review development, assess priorities and take decisions after required reviews. There is no doubt the projects will be delayed. But for reducing the risks, the authorities must work taking on board all relevant stakeholders.

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