Sri Lanka may suppply renewable energy to Singapore soon | Sri Lanka News


Sri Lanka may become a supplier of renewable energy to Singapore soon, State Minister of Solar Power, Wind and Hydro Power Generation Duminda Dissanayake told Parliament yesterday.

“We have already embarked on a dialogue with Singapore to set up offshore renewable power plants. Singapore has planned to convert into renewable energy and wants Sri Lanka to play a part in it,” the State Minister said in response to a question raised by SJB MP Dr Harsha de Silva who inquired about exporting power to India.

“We are currently in a dialogue with Singapore to play a role in supplying renewable energy to Singapore. Sri Lanka has potential to start up offshore renewable energy projects generating 10,000 MW,” the State Minister said.

“Both government and opposition should come together to resolve the energy crisis.(YOHAN PERERA AND AJITH SIRIWARDANA)

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