British High Commission Robert Chatterton Dickson announced that Solshare would be funded by the Commonwealth Office for Foreign Affairs and Development.
On Monday, May 18, 2021, the British High Commissioner to Bangladesh S.E. Robert Chatterton Dickson of the Commonwealth Office for Foreign Affairs and Development has announced that he will donate £ 300,000 to Solshare in Bangladesh, one of 15 nominees for the Bullet World Award.
To mark the occasion, the British High Commissioner organized a memorial service, during which visitors learned more about how Solshare is working in the world to renovate our planet, and found that students received their message from HRH Prince William, who thanked them for their work.
As a result of Solshare, the British High Commission said:
“I am pleased to announce that the FCDO is working with the Shakti Foundation and Solshare to provide £ 300,000 to help them measure their model of using a roof as a home grid. Generation.
“As the Solshare industry is supported by the arms world, we hope it will help improve the lives and jobs of millions of Bangladeshi people.”
Founded in October 2020 by Prince William and the Royal Foundation, the Earth Shot Award is the most prestigious award in environmental history. Inspired by President John F. Kennedy’s “Moonshot,” which brought millions together to reach the Moon, the British High Commission Earth Shot Award is designed to address the world’s greatest challenges. Find, explain and measure. The Land Shot Award is based on five Land Shots: environmental protection and renewal; Pure spirit; Renewing our sea; Building a clean world and improving our climate. Solshare was one of three competitors in the “Improve our climate” category.
The winners were announced on 17 May in a London program broadcast live on BBC1. Prince William opened the ceremony, and Sir David Attenborough gave a speech in which he believed that the world was facing many of the challenges of our time. British High Commission Organized by Clara Amfo and Dermot O’Leary, the event also featured memorable performances by world-famous celebrities Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, KSI, Yemi Alade, and Shawn Mends. The winners of the Media Shot Award announced the Duchess of Cambridge, David Oyelowo, Emma Thompson, Emma Watson, and Mo Salah.
Over the next ten years, the World Rifle Awards will give winners each year £ 1 million in each category of world rifle to find at least 50 answers to the biggest environmental challenges by 2030.
This year’s 15 finalists, including Solshare Bangladesh, are supported by the Global Alliance The Earth Shot Prize, a unique network of donors, NGOs, and independent companies around the world. Their answers will help.
About The Earthshot Prize
The World Bullet Award is one of the most important environmental milestones in history, published in October 2020 by Prince William and founded and sponsored by the Royal Foundation, an organization that promotes leaders, businesses, and individuals to meet our partner’s great challenge. The work of the Royal Foundation, led by the Duchess of Cambridge, is based on world-class research, long-term collaboration, and measurable impact.
The purpose of the Earthquake Award is to inspire change and help rebuild our planet over the next decade. The award is funded by the most famous group of athletes, the Earth Shot Award Council, which runs from 2021 to 2030.
The Earthquake Award is based on five earthquake purposes: environmental protection and renewal; Pure spirit; Renewing our sea; Building a clean world and improving our climate. Over the next ten years, five million prizes will be awarded each year, providing at least 50 solutions to the world’s biggest environmental challenges by 2030.