“Energy Efficient Green Factories to Enhance Business Opportunities in Textile and RMG Sector of Bangladesh” (Published in 2008)
Readymade Garment Industry (RMG) in Bangladesh became a highest export earner within 30 years after it has exported first million dollar in 1978-79. The sector has exported US$9.2 billion worth of readymade garments in 2006-07 and is a leading sector in terms of employment, production and foreign currency earnings. This phenomenal growth in the industry put tremendous pressure on the energy supply and the port facilities. Most of the companies started their factories in rented buildings that were built either for residential or for commercial use.
“A Report commissioned by GTZ Progress as part of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) on Energy Saving Measures in Bangladesh Readymade Garment Industrial Sector”
GTZ-PROGRESS has entered into Public Private Partnerships (PPP) with the Bangladesh Readymade Garment (RMG) Industry to undertake a Energy Savings Initiative Programme (ESIP). The work is to identify opportunities for energy saving measures that can both help increase company profitability and help meet target energy saving for the companies. This report identifies the energy savings opportunities at Viyellatex Ltd. (VIYELLATEX).