Bangladesh has set an ambitious goal of generating more than 4,100 megawatts of electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030 as the county looks to cut greenhouse gas emissions significantly.

Bangladesh’s renewable energy sector is experiencing a surge, driven by both environmental concerns and the rising cost of traditional fossil fuels. Solar and wind power are leading the charge, with several notable projects and investment proposals emerging. Technical Assistance, grant, and loan for these projects is pouring in from various nations, including EU, Japan, China, and Denmark, and also from Multilateral Development Banks, Regional Development Banks, Bilateral Aid Agencies highlighting the global appeal of Bangladesh’s renewable energy sector.

While the future of Bangladesh’s solar and wind sector appears bright, navigating the legal framework presents several challenges. Securing land for large-scale renewable energy projects can be time-consuming and involve complex legal procedures, potentially leading to delays and cost overruns. Integrating intermittent renewable energy sources like solar and wind into the national grid requires careful planning and investment in grid infrastructure, posing technical, financial and legal challenges. Stringent environmental regulations, while necessary, can add another layer of complexity to project development and require careful adherence to avoid penalties. It is important that investors assess potential project sites, land acquisition feasibility, and grid integration challenges before committing to an investment.

We will discuss and analyze the current legal issues. Participants are required to join virtually. The Webinar will take place on 29th April, 2024 (Monday) at 3.00pm to 4.00pm at Rahman’s Chambers, Chattogram Branch, Conference Room, 7th Floor, Al Madina Tower, 88/89, Agrabad C/A, Chattogram-4100.

Join the event to enhance your knowledge and make yourself aware of the current legal issues.


Mrs. Narita Navin Khan

Divisional Head, Construction Division,

Senior Member, Corporate and Finance Division

Rahman’s Chambers, Headquarters  

LLB University of London, UK

Barrister-at-Law of Lincoln’s Inn, London

Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh. 



Mr. Abdur Rahman Junaid

Senior Associate [Motijheel Exec]

Deputy Head International Dept. & Member, Construction Department

Rahman’s Chambers

Dip-in-Law (Lond) (UK), LLB (Lond) (UK)

LLM – Int Laws and Human Rights (LSBU) (UK)

Advocate, Dhaka Judge Court




Ms. Tamanna Afroz


Member, Construction Department

Member, ADR, Land & Tribunals Team

Rahman’s Chambers

LLB (Hons) (Univerisity of London)

Master of Criminology, University of Dhaka

Advocate, Dhaka Judge Court



Time Schedule

Time : 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Date  : 29th April 2024 (Monday)

Booking Instructions:

  • Please register for our event as indicated below. Also indicate it you are joining physically/ virtually.  We will send you registration confirmation by email/SMS.
  • Materials will be provided at the time of the session.
  • There is no fee for attending the above event.

For Physical participation (upon applicability)

  • Advance booking is recommended.
  • Bookings are made on First come first serve basis.
  • Priority is given to Past/Present Clients in Booking.

For Registration:

Mr. Md. Monir Hossain

Manager [Communication & HR]
Mobile: (+88) (0)1788626815


Click here to Register

Organized By:

Rahman’s Chambers, Chattogram, 

Rahman’s Chambers, Chattogram Branch, Conference Room,  7th Floor, Al Madina Tower 88/89, Agrabad C/A, Chattogram-4100

Emailchittagong@rahmansc.com, Phone: (+88) (0)1319787453

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