Taking Bangladesh Beyond
e.Gen in the Star Magazine, a weekly publication of the Daily Star.
Public Financial Management Project.
e.Gen has been awarded with the World Bank project “Assessment of Secondary Cities in Sri Lanka: The Eastern and Northern Provinces of Sri Lanka”
e.Gen is providing the technical assistance services to the ADB for the preparation of $100 million worth of Energy Access and Efficiency Improvement projects in Nepal. ADB board has approved the projects.
e.Gen successfully launched their second project in Mongolia to update the existing energy sector master plan and presented their inception report findings to MMRE on October 26, 2011.
e.Gen successfully led the consulting services to manage $581 million co-financing from ADB and IDB for the Bangladesh Power Systems Efficiency Improvement.
New Delhi, on December 23, 2010, e.Gen handed over the Training Content & Curriculum for Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects to Pranab Mukherjee, the Finance Minister of India, under a World Bank financed project for the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
From February 2011, e-Gen started the World Bank financed project on Expanding Access to Islamic Finance for SMEs in Jakarta, Indonesia.
e.Gen started the implementation of ADB’s project on Financing Nepal’s Energy Access and Efficiency Improvement through a Kick-off meeting on May 23, 2011 in Kathmandu, Nepal.
e.Gen led the identification and preparation of projects for ADB to grant loan amount of USD 300 million for the Government of Bangladesh in the Power and Energy sector.