The aim of National Energy Symposium is to have a high level dialog whereby the R&D related interventions can be aligned to national priorities. It facilitates high level dialogue on sustainable energy R&D among industrialists, researchers and academia as use of the objectives under sustainable energy development.
National Energy Symposium and Innovation Forum 2019 would be held at Cinema Hall, BMICH on 13 and 14 December 2019 1 p.m. onwards.
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The Vidulka Energy Exhibition turns the topic of energy efficiency into a tangible experience for customers and other interested parties with videos, interactive exhibits and exhibition islands featuring its own products. At the heart of it all is the four-stage approach, which describes the interplay of intelligent layout, energy efficient products and solutions, sustainable services and well-founded training.
Vidulka provides a unique opportunity for energy sector organisations, equipment suppliers, manufacturers, innovators and academia to promote frontier technologies, regular energy products and services and to network.
This exhibition has been designed for:
It has been decided to call off the following awarding contests for year 2020, due to the prevailing situation of the country occurred with COVID -19 pandemic and to avoid mass gatherings and other related concerns.
Hence, calling of applications for following award schemes has been withdrawn with immediate effect.
Thus, SLSEA regrets any inconvenience caused.
The Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority has organised Energy Media Awards 2019/2020 with a view to motivate journalists, media institutions and interested parties to promote Renewable Energy and Energy Management among the general public of Sri Lanka.
The first deadline of the Sri Lanka National Energy Efficiency Award 2020 (27th March 2020) and the deadline of the Best Energy Services Company Award (3rd April 2020) will be extended considering the current situation in the country. New deadlines will be informed in due course.
The aim of the Energy Efficiency Awards is to provide public recognition to energy consumers, energy service providers and energy managers for demonstrating commitment and excellence in systematic energy efficiency improvement, conservation and management and achieve substantial savings. It also aims to encourage best practice within the industries and sectors.
The award scheme mainly consists of 3 components namely, the National Energy Efficiency Award, the Best Energy Services Company (ESCo) Award and the Outstanding Energy Manager of the Year Award.
Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority
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