The Net Metering Guideline 2018 enables the owners of industries and commercial buildings to meet part of their electricity demand at a cheaper price and to reduce electricity and fuel costs. To make the rooftop solar programme popular in the industrial sector, especially the ready-made garments and textiles industries to install rooftop solar system with net metering at their premises, SREDA in collaboration with REEEP II, GIZ Bangladesh organized a workshop on ‘Net Metered Rooftop Solar’ awareness programme with Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA) & Khulna University to convey a clear understanding of rooftop solar projects along with the benefits of investment. This awareness programme focused on improving capacity of the relevant sectors and scaling up of solar rooftop systems across the country, so that investors and consumers can get in touch with proper authority for implementation, application, and approval of rooftop solar projects. There is enormous opportunity for garments and textile industries to save their electricity bill from own electricity generation and consumption. The tariff would potentially be less than half of the existing rate. At the same time, they can contribute to Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reduction which could be bring positive recognition for them from their international buyers. Another awareness session was organized by Bangladesh Solar and Renewable Energy Association (BSREA) in collaboration with the Bangladesh Bank, SREDA and GIZ Bangladesh on “Access to Sustainable Finance for Green Energy” to promote green finance in Bangladesh. The awareness events conveyed necessary information and inspired the valuable stakeholders further to look upon Net Metered Rooftop Solar in a positive light.