Indian company wins deal to improve and build a grid substation for Sri Lanka's state owned CEB - Opportunity Sri Lanka
Indian company wins deal to improve and build a grid substation for Sri Lanka’s state owned CEB

Indian company wins deal to improve and build a grid substation for Sri Lanka’s state owned CEB

ABB India Limited has reportedly been selected to improve and build a grid substation for Sri Lanka’s state owned Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB), which is expected to cost several millions of Sri Lankan rupees.
The Government Information Department has issued a statement noting that the substation will be built in Biyagama, which is a large industrial zone in Sri Lanka’s Western Province,
The Cabinet of Ministers had reportedly granted approval last month to the awarding of the contract to ABB India Limited.

OSL take:

The latest project in Sri Lanka’s power and energy sector that has been awarded to an Indian company indicates the growing investment opportunities in the country’s power sector. With a looming power crisis, Sri Lanka is open for investments in the power and energy sector.

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