ADMO Receives Gold Award


ADMO Solar Receives Prestigious Gold Award for Green Mark Certification

ADMO Solar, Sri Lanka’s premier Solar Energy Solutions provider reaches new heights as the only company in the solar energy industry in Sri Lanka to be awarded the ‘Green Mark Certification-Gold Award’ by the Ceylon Institute of Builders (CIOB) at its second annual awards ceremony held at the Galadari Hotel, Colombo.

The coveted award was presented by State Minister of Finance, Lakshman Yapa Abeywardena to Mr. Dinesh Perera, Manager, Engineering and Operations and Mr. Rumesh R. Jayasekara, Marketing Manager of ADMO Solar. The occasion was graced by over 300 attendees representing professionals in the fields of engineering, architecture, construction, green development as well as academics and students.

The Green Mark Certification is accredited by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore, Council of Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (Netherlands), Green Building Council -Singapore and the Central Environment Authority of Sri Lanka and the Chartered Institute of Builders (UK).

Speaking of the achievement, Rumesh Jayasekara, Marketing manager of Admo Solar said, “This certification showcases our long-term commitment to improving environmental-friendly performance and sustainable development and a meaningful differentiation to our products in the market. We are delighted to receive the Gold Award which is a clear affirmation of our company’s vision of empowering Sri Lanka to create a greener future”

The Award helps consumers identify products that meet the stringent eco-standards set by CIOB and encourage eco-consumerism in the Sri Lankan market. As a leading brand in the energy technology spectrum in Sri Lanka, ADMO Solar has been operating successfully in the Sri Lankan market since 2006. It has coordinated with several commercial and state-run organizations to reduce electricity costs and promote social responsibility initiatives. ADMO Solar has ambitious plans for the future, aimed at reducing the reliance on non-renewable energy sources and bringing down Sri Lanka’s carbon foot print in an effort to counter the greenhouse effect.