Government and InstitutionalFuture Carbon believes in establishing sustainable business platform from the benefits of collaboration with various parties- International experts, Business associates, NGOs, Government and Institutional. Our collaboration at a glance:
Institute of Energy, University of Dhaka
To develop sustainable energy systems and solutions for the future energy crises in the country, the University of Dhaka has established the Institute of Renewable Energy with a wide range of services in the field of renewable energy technology.
Future Carbon has established a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Institute of Energy, University of Dhaka on February 10, 2015, Tuesday to establish mutual collaboration for Product Development, Research and Development, Training, Capacity Building, Energy Efficiency Course Module Development and Advisory Services.
the central bank and apex regulatory body for the country's monetary and financial system, was established in Dhaka as a body corporate vide the Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (P.O. No. 127 of 1972) with effect from 16th December, 1971.
At present it has ten offices located at Motijheel, Sadarghat, Chittagong, Khulna, Bogra, Rajshahi, Sylhet, Barisal, Rangpur and Mymensingh in Bangladesh; total manpower stood at 5807 (officials 3981, subordinate staff 1826) as on March 31, 2015.
Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL)
Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL) was established on 14 May 1997 by the Government of Bangladesh. The Company was licensed by the Bangladesh Bank as a non-bank financial institution (NBFI) on 5 January 1998.
Since its inception, IDCOL is playing a major role in bridging the financing gap for developing medium to large-scale infrastructure and renewable energy projects in Bangladesh. The company now stands as the market leader in private sector energy and infrastructure financing in Bangladesh.
Infrastructure Development Company Limited (IDCOL) has enlisted Future Carbon’s manufactured portable metal improved cookstove, Shakti Chula in their ICS program on June 21, 2015. Shakti Chula, a biomass improved cookstove, has been designed, developed, manufactured and disseminated by Future Carbon to provide sustainable cooking solution in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission
The Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission was established on March 13, 2003 through a legislative Act of the Government of Bangladesh. The commission became effective on April 27, 2004 with the appointment of two, of the five-member commission including the chairman.
The chairman was appointed on June 4, 2005. The Commission has been established with the vision “To make provisions for the establishment of an independent and impartial regulatory commission for the energy sector”.
Future Carbon is working with Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC) in partnership with Institute of Energy, University of Dhaka to engage into policy reform advocacy in removing constraints of regulatory framework in the renewable energy sector and introducing a national feed-in-tariff.