Bangladesh has reasonably good solar energy to support the target of Bangladesh Government to generate 40% of total electricity renewable energy. Due to scarcity of Land and the complex process to acquire those available lands, solar energy proliferation often slows down. To overcome those issues and encourage more electricity generation from solar energy, GoB adopted the net metering guideline in July 2018, allowing the rooftops of the industries, commercial and residential buildings to be used for grid-connected renewable energy. Distribution utilities and their local offices are the nodal points for implementation of the Rooftop Solar programme. They play a key role in the expansion of Rooftop projects as they are in direct contact with end users, approve the installation of rooftop solar, manage the distribution network and have billing interface with the rooftop owners. For smooth implementation of rooftop solar projects in Bangladesh the officials of distribution utilities should have clear understanding of rooftop solar along with benefits of investment for such projects. To create awareness, a series of virtual trainings on ‘Net Metering Guideline-2018 and SIP Grid Integration Guideline-2020 for the officials’ for distribution utilities were organized. More than 1200 participants from 6 electricity distribution utilities attended the trainings. The objective the training was to improve necessary capacity of the distribution utilities for scaling up of rooftop solar programme under net-metering guideline across the country. After getting positive feedback from each utility, a Training of Trainers (ToT) including detail technical aspects on design and inspection of solar projects was arranged for engineers of six utilities for the continuation of the training.