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* Laugfs Power of Sri Lanka commences operations at Ranmudu Oya mini hydro power plant
Thu, Mar 20, 2014, 11:48 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Mar 20, Colombo: Laugfs Power Ltd., the hydro energy harvesting arm of Laugfs Holdings said it successfully completed the construction of the Phase One of the Ranmudu Oya mini hydro power plant.

In a stock market disclosure, the Laugfs Power Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Laugfs Gas Limited said the plant commenced its operations on 17th March.

The mini hydro power station on Ranmudu Oya in the Imbulpe Pradeshiya Sabha area in Balangoda generates a total energy capacity of 1.5 MW in the first phase. It is expected to contribute the national grid with 2 MW in three phases.

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