CEB agrees to the recommendations by the Utility commission

Tuesday, 19 April 2016 - 12:31


The CEB has approved the recommendations made by the Public Utility Commission to prevent sudden power interruptions. 

Sri Lanka Public Utility Commission conducted a special investigation looking into the recent power breakdowns. 

The Commission has recommended to the CEB the implementation of four preventative measures to avoid sudden breakdowns.

Recommendations included increasing the Wattage of power houses, power network and transformers. 

A Public Utility Commission member stated that another recommendation made by the Commission was to set up a stand-by power house.

The CEB has informed the Public Utility Commission that it has accepted the recommendations and that some of them have already been implemented.

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