August 1st the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) launched the new and improved website. This is part of a bigger communication strategy to provide more information and increase awareness of Dutch entrepeneurs/businesses and Netherlands Enterprise Agency activities. Through practical stories and interviews with the Dutch Network abroad and RVO, entrepreneurial successes are communicated using online platforms YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn and online Dutch news paper Financieel Dagblad, around the world.
The Netherlands Enterprise Agency and the World Bank Group held a joint event on
Compliance and Integrity on February 1st, 2019 in The Hague. The event focused on taking a practical approach and shedding some light on specific issues and questions. The World Bank explained the major do’s and don’ts when working with the Bank and what it means to be under investigation.
The event was well attended and well received by the audience which comprised mainly of the Dutch private sector. The insights and openness of the participants helped the audience understand the issues that arise and more importantly how to proceed in those cases.
Auctions bring together buyers and sellers to agree on a price for goods or services that are otherwise difficult to value. In climate finance, reverse auctions can be used to produce the biggest bang for the buck – by engaging private companies to compete against one another for scarce public climate funds to deliver the most emission reductions at the lowest cost.
Deadline: 26-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objectives of the assignment
To assess the regulatory environment for rooftop solar PV and PV Hybrid solutions for captive power in the textile industry in Bangladesh
To estimate the rooftop solar PV and PV Hybrid captive power generation potential of the textile industry
To estimate the total financing requirement of the textile industry for a certain percentage of rooftop solar PV uptake
To identify the leading PV solution providers and their business models
To identify the leading EPCs for captive power that are active in Bangladesh