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POWER SECTOR REFORM -BANGLADESH. PRESENTED BY : A.S.M. HAFIZUL HOSSAIN WORKING PRESIDENT CEC, PGCBSKU, BNANGLADESH. asmhafiz@gmail.com. BANGLADESH General information. Population 146.7 million Area 147570 Sq. Km .

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POWER SECTOR REFORM -BANGLADESH

PRESENTED BY:

A.S.M. HAFIZUL HOSSAIN

WORKING PRESIDENT

CEC, PGCBSKU, BNANGLADESH.

asmhafiz@gmail.com

bangladesh general information
BANGLADESHGeneral information
  • Population 146.7 million
  • Area 147570 Sq. Km.
  • Density of Population 904/ sq. km.
  • Active lobour force 53.3% with 38% women
  • Un employment rate 3.3%
  • Per capita GDP US $ 388
  • Literacy Rate 56%
  • Agriculture workers 62.3%
  • Idustrial Workers 7.6%
formation of east pakistan water power development authority epwapda in 1959
Formation ofEast Pakistan Water & Power Development Authority- EPWAPDAin 1959

WATER WING

River Controll

Water management

SERVICE WING

Dredging & Mechanical Equipment

POWER WING

Power -Generation

-Transmission

-Distribution

Gen. Capacity -88 MW

1971 liberation of bangladesh
1971 Liberation of BANGLADESH
  • 1972 Bifurcation of EP WAPDA
  • Creation of Bangladesh Power Dev. Board –BPDB a statutory body under Ministry.
  • Integrated policy to develop electricity sector to provide electricity to all citizen as it is the Constitutional provision.
  • Electricity declared as reserved Public Sector.
reform process started
Reform Process Started

1978 Creation of Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board – REB.

-with a view to provide electricity to the rural population.

1985 Liberalization in Govt. policy

- Electricity excluded from Reserved

sector

- Creation scope for private

participation

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1991Distribution system of Dhaka Metropolitan City & surrounding urban areas were separated from BPDB & a new Public Sector Utility “Dhaka Electric Supply Authority-DESA” was created.Later gradually the surrounding areas were handed over to REB.

impact
IMPACT:
  • Increase of Over Head Expenditure
  • Non Coordination among the entities
  • Corruption Increased
  • Increase tendency of violation of rules
  • Financial indiscipline.
  • Ultimately handicapped organization.
  • Dismantled in 2008 – Taking the privilege of Emergency
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Private Participation Legalizedunder a new“ENERGY POLICY”* Vertical separation of existing utility in functional line i.e. Generation, Transmission & Distribution.* Private participation introduced* Commercialization

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Creation of Power Grid Company of Bangladesh Ltd.–PGCB Ltd. A separate Electricity Transmission Utility (HT Lines) under Public Sector. Unbundling from BPDB & Registered in Stock market. So far 20% share off loaded

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IMPACT
  • Top Heavy Style of Management
  • Highly Increase in Over Head Expenditure.
  • Job is not secured
  • Irrational Salary structure among the workers & Executives.
  • Number of Worker / Staff is less than executives.
  • Existing workers right & facilities (as per labor law) –denied.
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Continuation
  • Initially Management had no intention to allow TU – Workers managed to organize TU
  • Provision for Engaging New workers on Daily payment basis as part of policy. (Of course union became successful to change the attitude of the management to some extent).
  • Future service benefit like pension closed.
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2001Corporatization of BPDB owned Ashuganj Power Station as a public limited Company- APSCL.2003 Corporatization of Distribution system of 19 administrative District of Western area named " West Zone Power Distribution Company Ltd.”.

new experiement
NEW EXPERIEMENT

2008 “Dhaka Electric Supply Authority-DESA”

Converted into new Company “Dhaka

Power Distribution Company –DPDC Ltd

resulting job loss of about 700 workers.

PDB DESA DPDC WHAT NEXT ??

.

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BANGLADESH POWER DEV. BOARD -BPDB

RURAL ELECTRIFICATION BOARD –REB 1978

DHAKA ELEC. SUPPLUY AUTHORITY –DESA 1991

POWER GRID CO. OF BANGLADESH LTD –PGCB 1996

ASHUGANJ POWER STN CO. LTD -APSCL 2001

PRIVATE PARTICIPATIN –IPP 1995

ELECTRICITY GENERATING CO. LTD -EGCB

?

WEST ZONE POWER DIST CO. -WZPDPCO 2003

RPCL

?

DHAKA ELEC, SUPPLY CO-DESCO

DHAKA POWER DIST CO. LTD ---DPDC 2008

PBS

NORTH WEST POWER GEN. CO

NORTH ZONE POWER DIST. CO

SOUTH ZONE POWER DIST CO

?

??

FUNCTIONING

UNDER PROCESS

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GENERATION

RPCL

APSCL

BPDB

EGCB

IPPs

REGULETARY COMMISSION

TRANSMISSION

SINGLE BYER

REGULETARY COMMISSION

PGCB

BPDB

BPDB

DESCO

PBs

CONSUMERS

DESA

WZPDCo

REB

DPDC

DISTRIBUTION

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Out comeAfter so many project, loan, agreement, meetings, re structure, formation – reformation, TA & with all other activities what is the result or out come?The most important out come is that people are not getting minimum electricity causing serious damage in their daily life & countries Development.

result of reform
Result of reform

ORGANIZATIONAL

  • Lack of coordination among the organizations
  • Increase of over head expenditure in every organization
  • Increase of corruption
  • Creating moral & social difference among the workers & executives --Unfriendly working environment.
  • Financial indiscipline.
  • Ultimately handicapped organization.
workers employees context
Workers/ Employees Context
  • Weak Trade Union / No Trade Union
  • No job security.
  • Workers rights are being denied.
  • Workers are being compelled to perform jobs for which he is not appointed for.
  • Number of workers is reducing
  • Existing Workers are over burden.
  • Demoralized workers / Employees
national
NATIONAL
  • General people are not getting adequate & quality electricity.
  • Different tariff in different area
  • Tariff is increasing
  • Electricity is going out of reach of poor people
  • National organization BPDB purchasing electricity in higher price from IPPs & selling in lower price –Ultimately financially being looser
  • Generation is not increasing to meet the demand – resulting adverse effect to other industries.
  • Increasing un-employment & social unrest
  • Self employed group are being job less & financilly looser.
  • Service is commercial oriented not welfare oriented.
current development
CURRENT DEVELOPMENT
  • No trade Union scope as there is no worker in Electricity Generating Company-EGCB – Introducing contract out / lease out system for workers as policy.
  • Could not organize any TU in DESCO /REB
  • Formation of TU is discouraged in DPDC – Practically those who are taking initiative are being threatened to loose job officially.
present situtiona
PRESENT SITUTIONA
  • Demand of Power 5050 MW
  • Installed Generation Capacity 5200 MW
  • Actual Generation is 3200-3400 MW
  • Short in Generation 2000-1800 MW
  • Transmission capacity (HT) 180% + of maximum demand
  • Most of the fertilizer factories are forced to shut down so that the natural gas can be used as fuel in the power stations.
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THANK YOU

HAVE A GOOD DAY