Bangladeshi company ME SOLshare Ltd, along with its partners Infrastructure Development Company Ltd (IDCOL), Upokulio Biddutayan O Mohila Unnayan Samity (UBOMUS), Centre for Energy Research at United International University and MicroEnergy International, was honoured with the Momentum for Change Award on Wednesday night.
The award was given during a ceremony with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at the Conference of Parties 22 (COP22), the climate conference in Marrakech, Morocco.
The delegates from Bangladesh who accepted the award were Md. Enamul Karim Pavel, Head of Renewable Energy at IDCOL, Nasir Uddin, Executive Director of UBOMUS, Shahriar Ahmed Chowdhury, Director of the Centre for Energy Reseach, Noara Kebir, Managing Director of MicroEnergy International, Aziza Sultana Mukti, Head of Operations at ME SOLshare, and Sebastian Groh, Managing Director of ME SOLshare.
This is the company’s Momentum for Change from the bottom-up, led by IDCOL’s globally heralded Solar Home System Program which has already brought clean energy to millions of houses.