Sri Lanka approves plans for Hambantota power plant

Sri Lanka’s government has approved plans for a 400 MW gas-fired power plant in Hambantota.
By Staff reporter 7 December 2017 0 28699

Sri Lanka’s government has approved plans for a 400 MW gas-fired power plant in Hambantota, according to the government’s official news portal.

The power plant will be jointly developed by Ceylon Electricity Board and China Machinery Engineering Corp., which was nominated by the Chinese government, and will provide electricity to a planned industrial zone in Hambantota.

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