Tuesday, 15 Mar 2022
NTPC Limited of India and Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) through their joint venture (JV) Trincomalee Power Company Limited (TPCL) will develop a 100 MW Solar Power Plant in Sampur town of Sri Lanka under a Joint Venture & Shareholders’ Agreement (JVSHA) signed between the duo.
Sri Lankan Cabinet Clears Way For Ceylon Electricity Board To Award Contracts For 150 MW AC Solar Tender Launched In March 2020
Tuesday, 16 Feb 2021
The CEB is now at liberty to go ahead with its 150 MW solar power capacity contracts after the national cabinet of ministers cleared the way for the same.
First Ever Floating Solar Power Plant Of Sri Lanka With 42 kW Capacity Commissioned In Jaffna University With Norwegian Support: Media
Monday, 03 Feb 2020
Sri Lanka's first floating solar power plant (in the picture) was inaugurated by the Norwegian Ambassador Trine Jøranli Eskedal at the Faculty of Engineering, Kilinochchi Campus of University of Jaffna.
Sri Lankan Cabinet Of Ministers Gives Go-Ahead To 100 MW Floating Solar Power Plant To Come Up Atop Maduru Oya Reservoir; Government To Tie Up With Canadian Solar Institute
Saturday, 23 Mar 2019
The proposed 100 MW floating solar power plant for Maduru Oya reservoir is part of the 400 MW solar plant of Sri Lanka's Soorya Bala Sangramaya Phase IV program, which also aims for 2x100 MW solar plants in Pooneryn and 100 MW in Monaragala.
Ceylon Electricity Board To Procure Solar Power From 28 Small-Scale Projects Approved By Government; Tariffs Fixed In Range Of LKR 12.84 To LKR 15.93/kWh: Media
Friday, 22 Mar 2019
While 28 solar power plants will come up in Sri Lanka as approved by the government and reported by local media, it wasn't revealed how much capacity these represent. Pictured is ancient rock fortress Sigiriya in Sri Lanka’s Matale district.
Sri Lanka’s Ministry Of Power & Renewable Energy Contracts Didul To Develop 10 MW Solar Power Project
Saturday, 07 Jul 2018
The Ministry of Power and Renewable Energy of Sri Lanka has awarded the contract for development of a 10 MW solar power plant. Didul (Pvt.) Ltd., was announced as the winner.
Sri Lanka’s Ceylon Electricity Board Issues Tender to Buy Clean Power From Two PV Projects Of 10 MW Each
Tuesday, 01 Aug 2017
Sri Lanka’s Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) is looking for developers to build, own and operate two solar power projects. Each of the two projects, Vavunathivu Solar PV Power Project and Polonnaruwa Solar PV Power Project, will have 10 MW capacity.
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