Sri Lanka

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What can the Least Cost Long-Term Generation Expansion Plan (LCLTGEP) do to improve energy independence and balance public and private spending?

 

How can low-income economies in Asia attract private investment while providing affordable tariffs?

 

In pursuit of greater energy security, Sri Lankan policymakers have signed three major liquefied natural gas (LNG) deals with the governments of China, India and Japan. Expected to add 1400 MW to installed capacity, the transnational agreements will play a key role in mitigating unreliability in hydropower supply while bolstering foreign...

 

In an effort to meet rising energy demand and achieve economic objectives, the state-owned oil company Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) has invited bids to both build a new refinery and modernise existing facilities at the Sapugaskanda plant.

 

What actionable steps are required for Sri Lanka to improve its overall insurance penetration rate, which hovers around 1%?

 

By the time Sri Lanka reaches the end date of Vision 2025, its current mid-term development plan, it will have been nearly half a century since the country first embraced the ideas of market liberalisation in 1977. Sri Lanka is therefore now in a position to take the long view on liberalisation, having been one of the first post-colonial Asian...

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