Working hand-in-hand with the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB), Asia Wind Power (Pvt) Ltd intends to reduce the national dependency on non-renewable fuels, such as coal and natural gas, with the development of a 50MW wind farm in the north western region of Sri Lanka.
According to statements made by the CEB, Sri Lanka intends to increase the renewable energy capacity by over four times over the next 20 years. With wind energy expected to overtake mini-hydro in terms of installed capacity by 2023, Asia Wind Power has carefully integrated renewable forms of energy, such as wind and hydropower, into their corporate strategy.
Rank Group of Companies is dedicated to providing a sustainable future through innovation and employment of new technology. With an increasing concern for the environment as a result of global warming and increasing global temperatures, they have taken the initiative of reducing the Sri Lankan dependency for renewable sources of energy such as coal and natural gas.
A fully funded entity under Rank Group of Companies, Asia Hydro Power Generation (Pvt) Ltd is currently in the construction phase of a 15MW hydropower plant with an envisaged cost of 30mn USD./ Read more
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