MAN Energy Solutions is supplying generation technology for a new power plant in Sreepur, Bangladesh, and has successfully commissioned three other power plants in the cities of Chandpur, Thakurgaon and Narayanganj. Combined, the four power plants will feed 445 MW into the national grid. MAN Energy Solutions will supply 9 × MAN 18V48/60TS engines, with a total capacity of 150 MW, to the new power plant in Sreepur, a city north of the capital, Dhaka. Scheduled for completion in late 2023, the plant will be operated by independent power producer, B-R Powergen LimitedThe Chandpur plant was successfully commissioned recently. Customer, Chandpur Power Generation, relies on a combination of 4 × MAN 18V51/60TS and 2 × MAN 20V45/60 engines, which feed a total of 125 MW into the national grid. Chandpur Power Generation is a subsidiary of Doreen Power.With the MAN 20V45/60, the Chandpur power plant is employing the most powerful four-stroke engine in the world. With an output of around 26 MW per engine, the 20V45/60 is not only particularly powerful, but also achieves outstanding efficiency rates with a fuel utilisation of over 50%. Furthermore, 4 × 18V51/60TS engines with two-stage turbocharging are being used in a power plant for the first time. Units of this design have a low and high-pressure compressor that operate in series, thus optimising power density and efficiency.