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The Consumer Consultative Committee of the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka in collaboration with the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce is organizing a discussion to obtain feedback from large scale industrial consumers regarding electrical power generation and distribution issues in the country.

The upcoming discussion, which is to be held on June 11, 2015 at the Ceylon Chamber, is aimed at conducting a dialogue with the industrial consumers regarding emerging trends of electricity generation and possible tariff changes in the future.

Director General, PUCSL Damitha Kumarasinghe, Secretary General/CEO, The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce Mangala Yapa; Chairman, CCC of PUCSL Eng. (Dr.) Jayantha Ranatunga, General Manager of LECO H N Gunasekera, Managing Director, Resource Management Associated Private Limited Dr. Thilak Siyambalapitiya, Chief Engineer (Generation Planning), Ceylon Electricity Board M B S Samarasekera and Consumer Consultative Committee of PUCSL Srilal Miththapala will be among the speakers and panelists at the discussion.

The discussion, which will start at 2.30pm, will focus on topics such as the ‘Overview of the Current Generation Mix and ‘Short-Term Capacity and Current Tariff Structure and Future Plans’