According to an article in the Times of India, Bangladesh aims to set up a nuclear power plant by 2015. The country is currently hampered by a lack of enough generating capacity; the estimated peak demand is 5,000 MWe, but the capacity is only 3,600 MWe. The only way to make that work is to turn off some of the demand.
It is pretty apparent to me that there is no way to know what the real demand would be if there was reliable, clean electricity available. Investors do not build factories, office buildings or call centers in places where the power regularly gets cut off. Of course, without those kinds of developments there are fewer people who can afford such luxury items as hot and cold running water, electric rice cookers, home lighting and refrigerators.