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Sri Lanka Power Union Announces Strike, Raising Risk of Blackouts

(Reuters) – A power sector union in Sri Lanka said on Wednesday it will go on an indefinite strike from midnight in protest against new government legislation, potentially leading to…

Indian Companies Scramble To Set Up Renewable Energy Projects In Sri Lanka

Indian companies have bagged several renewable energy projects in economic-crisis hit Sri Lanka. The Indian government has offered a line of credit to Sri Lanka to help the island nation…

Global consumers support shift from fossil fuels as they expect spike in energy prices to reduce their purchasing power

A new global survey conducted by Ipsos for the World Economic Forum finds that, even though most consumers across the world expect their purchasing power to be impacted by rising energy prices, few blame…

USAID Launches Fresh 5-year, $19m Initiative to Support Sri Lanka’s renewable energy Ambitions

 The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced its new $19 million, 5-year Sri Lanka Energy Program recently. Once finalized, this grant will support the Government of Sri Lanka’s…