The Government of Bangladesh (GoB) has targeted to install 1.7 GW of solar capacity by 2021 through the off grid and on-grid solar power systems. Solar rooftop systems are a major intervention to reach that goal due to its high potential in Bangladesh. To have an uninterrupted power supply in the production, many industries are establishing rooftop solar systems. This self-consumption model has become increasingly popular among large consumers, especially in the industrial & commercial sector. In order to achieve the target 10% of power generation from renewable by 2020 and to meet the NDC target of Bangladesh, GoB has introduced the solar rooftop net metering guideline in 2018. Under this scheme, the electricity consumer will now be able to export the additional electricity generated from the solar system installed in his premise to the distribution grid after self-consumption. It is an innovative policy since it allows solar rooftop prosumers to benefit from excess energy produced. The electricity bill of the consumer for such exported electricity will be adjusted with the electricity bill from the Utility. As a result, the consumers’ electricity expenditure will be reduced.