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From left: Gihan Dhanuska- Assistant Engineer Bam Green (Pvt) Ltd, Chandana De Silva- Accountant Bam Green (Pvt) Ltd, Hemantha Munasinghe- Managing  Director Bam Green (Pvt) Ltd, Harshana Mahipala- Managing Director Miami Clothing, Nishan Croospulle- Director Finance Miami Clothing (Pvt) Ltd, Ajith Jayasinghe-General Manager Miami Clothing (Pvt) Ltd



 Together with the strength of REC (Norway) and Fronius (Austria), BAM Green moves another step ahead with the first ADB (Asian Development Bank) Funded Solar Project in Southern Province with the approval of the Sustainable Energy Authority. 

Sustainable Energy Authority acts as the local coordinator and the technical consultant for all ADB funded projects.

The 100kWp system was installed at the Miami Clothing in Pitigala, with a view to reducing the heavy electricity consumption of the factory. 

The installation took only 7 days with the capability of BAM Green’s highly trained and motivated engineers and technical staff. REC solar panels and Fronius ECO inverters were used to complete the project.

“This first ADB funded project in Southern Province would be a great example for the Industrialists those who are interested in promoting an ECO Friendly Environment. Additionally, they would enjoy the benefits of future savings in many ways. We are pleased that the Sustainable Energy Authority constantly encourages us in our renewable energy projects” said Hemantha Munasinghe, Managing Director of BAM Green.

BAM Green has a proven track record of successfully completing many large scale projects along with ADB Funded projects in Sri Lanka. Also BAM Green has achieved the distinction of having most approvals granted by the ADB.

 “We are very strict with our European products which help us to provide maximum efficiency and reliability to our customers which they expect on their investment. BAM Green is not just another solar Company in Sri Lanka, but a well established firm with a Vision of growth in quality and standards and to introduce technologically improved renewable energy sources to the country.” added Munasinghe.

Along with ADB funded large scale industrial Projects, BAM Green offers green loans from the local banks in Sri Lanka, for domestic and commercial, small and medium scale systems.
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