The Ministry of Power and Renewable Energy, in collaboration with the Ceylon Electricity Board, Ceylon Electricity Private Limited and Sustainable Energy Authority introduced ‘Battle for Solar Energy’ (Soorya Bala Sangramaya). Under the three proposed schemes, this program looks towards making a significant impact in the field of sustainable energy through the installation of 1,000,000 small rooftop solar panels to power and hotels, residential, industrial, commercial and religious places. It also intends to support the economic growth by empowering twenty-percent of the families belonging to the lower-income sector by providing the excess energy returned to the national grid to support their self-employment ventures.
With the launch of Soorya Bala Sangramaya, Admo Solar has entered a new stage in the renewable energy industry. On 6th September 2016, it became the first company in the country to adopt and implement the program in an event felicitated by His Excellency President Maithripaala Sirisena, Minister of Power and Renewable Energy Honorable Ranjith Sibhalapitiya, Vice Minister Honorable Ajith P. Perera and many other distinguished guests at the President’s House on Jawatte Road, Colombo 05.
Since our inception in 2006, ADMO Solar has constantly maintained a high level of quality for the products offered, while ensuring that we provide the latest technology in the industry to our customers. We have earned the trust of our customers through nearly a decade-long service with the support of our strong workforce that consists of highly qualified professionals. ADMO Solar is a registered company under the Sustainable Energy Authority and complies with all the standards specified by the Sustainable Energy Authority, Ceylon Electricity Board and Ceylon Electricity Private Limited.
ADMO Solar is the first company in Sri Lanka to implement the Net Accounting System. Initiated by the Ministry of Power and Renewable Energy, this program will enable the consumer to become a producer of electricity. In an instance where the energy produced by the solar panels will exceed domestic consumption, the energy will be redirected to the national grid.
The Ceylon Electricity Board promises to pay the consumer for a period of 20 years. The consumer will be paid an amount of LKR 22.00 per unit for the initial seven years following which a payment of LKR 15.50 per unit will be made, the eighth year onwards.