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Solar Power to the Nation. Micro Solar Power Technologist pioneered the introduction of solar electricity for rural homes in Sri Lanka since 1988. We source technology and technology partners from all over the world to fulfill emerging solar requirements in Sri Lanka.
LED Lighting Businesses in Sri Lanka. ... Keba Electronics (PVT) LTD. Keba Electronics (PVT) LTD. is a comprehensive company which has LED street light, LED Spot light, LED Bulb light, LED Tube light, LED Ceiling ligh, LED Flood light and lighting products research, manufacturing sales and service.
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The factory was situated in Mumbai to cater the demand of India where technical expertise were hired from Sri Lanka. As an outcome the business diversified from Manufacturing to Trading purely on imports of high quality durable Led Light fittings and bulbs manufactured to the specification of European market.
Solar-powered Street Light. ADMO Solar Street Lights are best suited for remote and environmentally sensitive locations which do not have access to the national grid. Our street lights are designed to illuminate larger areas with the highest intensity of light, which make them ideal to be used as security lights if needed.
Sri Lanka's street lights become a burden for the Treasury: By Bandula Sirimanna: Sri Lanka Treasury currently bears the massive cost of street lighting from the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) and Lanka Electricity Company (LECO) after local government institutions lacked funds to pay for this, Finance Ministry sources said.