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CEB floats tender for 10 MW solar projects in Sri Lanka

The largest electricity provider in Sri Lanka, the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) has floated a tender for the installation of 30 MW of solar capacity throughout the nation. The capacity of the five ground-mounted and floating solar projects will range between 2 MW to 10 MW.

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CEB floats bids for 30 MW solar projects in Sri Lanka

Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) has floated bids to build, own, and operate 30 MW of ground mounted and floating solar projects in Sri Lanka. The capacities in the project would range from 1 MW to 5 MW for a period of 20 years. The scope of the project includes assessment of environmental impacts of proposed solar power projects and obtaining all necessary environmental clearances and approvals from the authorities in accordance with Central Environmental Authority guidelines.

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India to sign a MoU with Sri Lanka for three renewable energy farms

India and Sri Lanka have signed a MoU to establish hybrid power plants in the island nation. The announcement comes after the Sri Lankan government recently ousted the Chinese company that had been cleared for these projects in 2021. The projects call for the development of three wind turbine farms in the Palk Strait, on the small islets of Nainativu, Analaitivu, and Delft.

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Adani Group bags two renewable power projects in Sri Lanka

The Adani Group has signed a MoU with the Sri Lankan government to develop two large-scale renewable energy projects in the neighbouring country. Although neither the Adani Group nor the Sri Lankan government have confirmed the two projects, it has been reported that they will be situated in Mannar and Pooneryn in the Northern Province.

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