“Assessment of Sri Lankan Power Sector” by K Seeds Investments
K Seeds Investment presents “Assessment of Sri Lankan Power Sector” which takes an in-depth look into the power sector of Sri Lanka and the emerging trends in the industry that requires multi-billion investments both from the public and private sectors.
Sri Lanka has now embarked on a challenging task of entering into a new energy era. This will be a long journey full of challenges. With the resolution, steadfastness and dedication we should overcome the obstacles on the way. Thus, Sri Lanka will need to promote private sector participation in the renewable energy sector to end the era of fossil fuel dominance in the energy sector.
The power and energy sector vision is to capture the full potential of all renewable and other indigenous resources in order for Sri Lanka to become a nation self-sufficient in energy. Sri Lanka has already achieved grid connectivity of 99.7%, which is commendable by South Asian standards. The country’s current total installed power generation capacity is approximately 4,046 MW by 2019, consisting of 610 MW non-dispatchable plants owned by private sector developers and CEB owns the bulk of the dispatchable power comprising 1,398.85 MW of hydro and 1,504 MW of thermal generation capacity. Independent Power Producers (IPPs) own balancing dispatchable energy, which is totally thermal plants.
Further, in the subsequent sections of the report, research analyst lends attention towards extracting the target share prices for the forecasted years of the listed power companies in CSE.
Key Areas Covered:
- Overview of Sri Lankan Power Sector
- Global Power Generation Trends
- Power Generation System
- Cost of Production, Selling Price and Demand for Power
- Power Distribution and Collection
- Regulator of the Electricity Industry in Sri Lanka
- Mini Hydro Projects Available in the industry and the Approval Process of a Mini Hydro Project
- Wind Projects in the Industry
- Solar Power Projects in the industry
- Thermal Projects
- Listed Power Generation Companies
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