Stories of JLanka Commercial Customers
Rahula College, Matara
Rahula Collage, Matara the most prestigious school in the southern province have unfolded a chapter in the entire education sector by introducing solar power generation to the school. The past pupils donated the solar system to their alma mater, which made history within the school.
Alpex Marine (Pvt) Ltd
Alpex Marine (Pvt) Ltd involved in seafood exports are depended on the resources from the sea. As a responsible company, they identified the influence of toxic wastage and pollution harming the ocean and took measures to safeguard nature by transitioning to Solar Powered Electricity by showing gratitude to mother nature for all they have received.
D Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd
DSI Samson Group the pioneer in manufacturing footwear and bicycle tires in Sri Lanka took on the responsibility of minimizing their dependency on consumable resources and to offset their impact on the environment and nature.
Orient Lanka Confectionery (Pvt) Ltd
The Orient Lanka Confectioneries (Pvt) Ltd utilizes three major types of energy sources where electricity accounts for 60%-70% of their total energy cost. Thus, the top management of the firm commissioned a rooftop solar PV project to offset their electricity consumption as a support to the already stressed-national grid and to ease their production cost.
12-manicured acres of eco-tourism beach resort comprising of 39 private retreats with numerous awards for this spectacular location that would make memories for a lifetime commissioned JLanka Technologies to install a solar PV system at the hotel premises cutting half of their carbon footprint.
Kalundewa Retreat with a vision to a holistic eco-friendly approach to linking humans to nature embraced the use of the Sun’s free energy to generate electricity by commissioning Jlanka to install a solar PV system on the retreat’s premise cutting half of their carbon footprint.
UNICEF Head Office
UNICEF providing humanitarian and developmental assistance to children and mothers in developing countries also includes “Greening the Blue” dedicated to environmental sustainability. UNICEF is stepping up it’s efforts to systematically green the organization, including reporting and investing in sustainable energy and resource efficient facilities and operations. This also includes water, paper and waste management.
Dilmah Tea is Sri Lanka’s pioneers in the tea industry with over 40 years of experience in the trade. Stepping towards reducing global warming the management calculated an annual energy consumption of 70% and collaborated with JLanka Technologies as their Solar Energy partner.