Earlier this month “News LK “reported that a power plant funded by China has transformed many towns in Sri Lanka. Furthermore, after suffering electricity shortage for years people of Sri Lanka now receive uninterrupted power supply. The project has made lives of many dwelling in the towns of Sri Lanka easier than before. Commenting on the initiative a farmer living in in Narakkalliya, Puttalam Rajarathna said "Today, kerosene lamps have been replaced by electric lights glowing in the dark,"
Thanks to the Lakvijaya Coal Power Plant, also famous as Puttalam Coal Power Plant Project, several homes now get continuous electricity supply. The power plant project has been connected to Sri Lanka’s national grid. Likewise, the project offers over 50 % of the total electricity supply to the nation and has cut down the electricity charges. Apart from this the project was backed by the Chinese government and constructed by CMEC. Similarly, the aforesaid power plant project has not only ensured smooth electricity flow but has also transformed the towns of Puttalam that once struggled to develop.
Rajarathna explained "Today, the narrow and muddy pathways have become broad, carpeted roads. Throughout my life of 18 years in this village I have witnessed it develop because of the power plant. We are all reaping the benefits." Considering the recent interests of countries like China to fund developing countries, Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “Chinese Uninterrupted Power Supply.” The report focuses on the market share and size, industry segmentation, opportunities, demand, value chain analysis and consumption volume of power supply in China.