Sri Lanka has ambitious plans to meet all electricity demand with renewable energy by 2050. And they are on track to do it.
According to a joint study by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and Asian Development Bank (ADB), published in 2017: “By 2050, the country’s installed electricity generation capacity needs will increase from the current 3,700 megawatts (MW) to about 34,000 MW. Of this, 15,000 MW will be wind energy and about 16,000 MW will be solar energy.”
Solar is currently in its infancy in Sri Lanka – but that’s clearly set to change.
We’re bringing 10 years of expertise of running world class Solar Exhibitions around the world to Sri Lanka:
Debuting on 28–29 November 2018 we will be bringing 60+ exhibitors showcasing world-class solar solutions and technologies and 1,500+ attendees to Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre in Columbo, Sri Lanka.