“Let’s end up phobia of electricity power mafia harmoniously….”
Hon. Dullas Alahapperuma, Minister of Power says at Kerawalapitiya .
Hon. Dullas Alahapperuma, Minister of Power says that time has now reached to work closer with the general public to usher in the new era of prosperity by going beyond traditional customary whilst averting dark shadows hindering the development.
The Minister expressed these ideas yesterday (03) evening at an observation visit to examine the present status of and progress of the Yugadanavi Power station, Kerawalapitiya and Lanka Transformers Ltd. Hon. Duminda Dissanayaka, State Minister of Solar Power, Wind and Hydropower Generation Project Development and some Senior Officers of Ministry of Power and Lanka Transformers Ltd. participated in this event.
L.T.L. Holdings Pvt. Ltd. has become a prominent company in the electricity sector of Sri Lanka moving towards a strong and stable progress in its journey of more than three and a half decades and the company has covered the entire value chain of power sector such as power generation, electricity infrastructure development, power distribution transformers and hot dip galvanizing and has diversified its business to the different areas. L.T.L Holdings has become successful in completing engineering, procurement and construction contracts through makings investments to the power plants in foreign countries such as Bangaladesh, Tanzania, Uganda, Kanya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Oman, India, Nepal, Jordhan, Myanmar, Maldive Islands and Australia . The shares of L.T.L Holdings have been shared as 63% to the CEB, 10% to the Techpo Ltd. with employee ownership and 27% to Peradew Company.
The Minister said that Lanka Transformers Company has reached the culmination competing with the giants in the electricity sector locally and internationally and it has been successfully engaged in the great task of supplying power to the entire country together with the CEB while helping enormously towards the establishment and development of the Renewable Power Projects.
The Minister In Charge further expressed that LTL Holdings Pvt. Ltd. has marked a remarkable point in the power sector of Sri Lanka having become the largest independent power generator while supplying more than 300 MW of power to the national grid through Yugadhanawi Power Plant in Kerawalapitiya and broadly contributing the daily electricity demand of the country. The Minister made this an opportunity to thank the senior management and the employees who have been well trained, disciplined and efficient for implementing programmes to achieve the cooperate objectives.