According to FMO website, the project aims to award a prize of USD 100,000 to a solar project, used to obtain consultancy services for specialist advice to make innovative and impactful solar project bankable in challenging emerging market environments. The bank is supporting 'First Solar Developers Nepal' to raise awareness about the bankability of innovative solar projects in emerging markets. First Solar Developers Nepal is the winner of a pitch competition at the 2018 Making Solar Bankable (MSB) conference.
First Solar Developers Nepal is the winner of a pitch competition at the 2018 Making Solar Bankable (MSB) conference, selected by a jury of solar professionals.
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