The dashboard is an online platform designed to enhance transparency in the management of power distribution.
Government to impose 18 percent tax on fuel from January
Sri Lanka is likely to maintain the exempt status from value added tax for electricity, kerosene and naptha
Sri Lanka received 7 bids for the project
We will be calling EOIs once the legal framework is ready
If CEB makes any operating profit by December due to rains, those gains will be passed onto consumers in April.
BIA has started a 100 kilowatt solar power pilot project on the roof of its passenger terminal building
Observations made by development agencies ADB, JICA, World Bank, USAID
The island nation aims to be a regional hub for green hydrogen supply, he said.
It will be the single largest investment project ever
Will expand into EV charging and retail services
Once approved by parliament, new Electricity Act will enable unbundling of CEB, and allow private sector participation
Cost per unit at selling point had gone up to Rs45.71 per kilo Watt hour, from Rs29.17 per kilo Watt hour last year
A breakdown in an emergency generator of the Ceylon Electricity Board’s Lakvijaya power plant won't impact consumers
The World Bank made a presentation on the current structure of the regional electricity markets and interconnectivity
The proposed new electricity bill is listed on the agenda for the approval of the cabinet ministers for next Monday.
Lanka IOC was previously not charged a fee.
Sustainable Energy Authority would be given power to regulate solar panel importers and prices
Wijesekera said that he discussed sector reforms and investment opportunities in power and energy sector
The CEB is offering the surface of Samanalawewa Reservoir which it owns for the plants
Widely used 12.5 kg gas cylinder price was raised by 95 rupees.
neither myself, nor senior ministry officials nor ministers intervene to calculate tariffs
Requests JICA financing for renewable energy integration, and domestic and commercial roof top solar
According to the organisation, the “differential” tariffs are inequitable and make little economic sense.
I would imagine there would be a lot of challenges
Sri Lanka revises prices in line with a formula