FloSolar aims to be a significant contributor to Bangladesh’s goal to generate 10% of her energy equipment through renewable sources. 1.5 GW energy can be produced in Bangladesh using industrial rooftop solar panels, mainly in the textile industry.
Mustafa AK. Khan, Managing Director, FloWater Solutions Ltd claimed this in a seminar on ‘Industrial Rooftop Solar-CARPEX and OPEX Model’ on 17th October 2019. Sharp Solar FloWater Solutions Ltd. and CEMS Global organized the seminar at International Convention City, Bashundhara, in the city.
Mustafa AK. Khan also emphasized that environmental protection must be a top priority.
The purpose of arranging the seminar is to show the new project of converting sunlight directly into electricity to maximize the best use of natural resources and to reduce conventional fusil fuel electricity generation.
Mustafa AK. Khan, Managing Director, FloWater Solutions Ltd; Hideyuki Inada, Chief Executive Officer, Sharp Solar Solution Asia; Meherun N.Islam, President and Group, Managing Director CEMS Global; Linda Germanis, Project Manager, Innovation Hub for Private Sector, UNDP BD were present as the key speakers in the seminar.
The main seminar paper was presented jointly by Mustafa AK.Khan, Managing Director, FloWater Solutions Ltd; Ahmed Imtiaz, Co-founder and Director, Businesses Development, FloSolar and Tashfiqul Khan, Co-founder and Director, Technical, FloSolar.
The second presentation was given by Linda Germanis, Project Manager, Innovation Hub for Private Sector, UNDP BD.
On the subject line, SDG Biz impact Management, towards a 10% renewable energy goal, she said 67% of global investors look at sustainability before deciding whether to invest or not.
Sharing reporting options to bridge the gap between, she showed that Bangladeshi companies are doing amazing work.
In this regard the private sector is playing a key role in the march towards prosperity, she added.
All the speakers urged on the sustainable process of electricity generation and in this regard, there is no alternative of solar power.
A variety of professionals, both in and outside of the industry were present in the event.