The new ‘Green Initiative’ was launched in parallel with Inco 2016 – Sri Lanka’s premier annual industrial exhibition and trade fair organized by the Institute of Incorporated Engineers Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka’s pioneer in next generation renewable and solar energy solutions – JLanka Technologies recently launched a new ‘Green Initiative’ that helps both SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) sector companies and big corporates to monitor the energy usage.
The new Green Initiative helps companies to strengthen their footprint in improving their sustainability, reduce emissions and become carbon neutral. The new ‘Green Initiative’ was launched in parallel with Inco 2016 – Sri Lanka’s premier annual industrial exhibition and trade fair organized by the Institute of Incorporated Engineers Sri Lanka.
This year the event was held from 24th June to 26th June at Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH). Inco offers the platform for small and medium (SME) sector industrialists, manufactures, engineering companies, exporters, importers, and service providers to showcase their products and services and to meet their potential customers under one roof.
Speaking on the solution, Srinath Dolage- Marketing Manager JLanka said that in today’s world for most of the SME’s energy cost is a real burden. But however, engineering solutions are there to minimize energy costs, mostly through reduce energy waste and means of optimum use of energy. In order to minimize waste and increase optimization, it is necessary to monitor your energy usage. Thus identifying this situation, JLanka had come forward to help SME’s by empowering their understanding on energy usage and helping them to measure their energy usage in order to intelligently reduce energy waste and optimize energy usage. Accordingly, JLanka Technology officials said that the new energy monitoring ‘Green Initiative’ includes 7 days’ free energy monitoring at any work place to identify energy wastes and identify means to optimize it. This valid till 31st August 2016 for any company that gets registered at JLanka’s Inco-2016 SME ‘Green Initiative’.
The offer will be free for first 25 companies those who are manufacturing environmentally-friendly product or product support environmental protection, who are signing up with JLanka Technologies. The company also offers free training workshop for staff concerns at facilities on “Production optimization thorough energy usage optimization and a free feasibility report on eligibility of installing solar power system at any facility along with the service.
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