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Electric Vehicle Club Sri Lanka

The Electric Vehicles Club Sri Lanka, widely known as “EV Club” was formed in 2015 to promote the use of environmentally friendly vehicles in the country and empower EV owners and users with the required knowledge to gain confidence and peace of mind.

EV Club conduct programs to educate people about electric vehicles, it’s benefit to the environment and energy sector. As a small country we believe EVs are smart and efficient choice for transportation in Sri Lanka with green energy like Solar Power.

EV club provides a venue for collaborative interchange among people who share the same ideas, aspirations and aims. The club is a great place where EV club members can exchange helpful insights and ideas on how they can improve their experience with EV. It is likewise a place where they can learn from each other as to matters that deal with car maintenance and other things.

Ada Derana Biz 24x7 interview with Mahisanka Abeywickrama on the expansion of electric vehicles in Sri Lanka and the challenges faced by the EV community.

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Usage of EV/PHEV in Sri Lanka

We are trying to understand the current usage of EV/PHEV in Sri Lanka. EV Club will analyse these data to show how EVs important and as EV owners our contribution to Country and Environment

User View about EV Charging Stations

Your thoughts about current DC fast and L2 AC Slow charging stations. EV Club will use this data to identify common issues there & bring them to the attention of relevant private and government institutions.

Read more +01 April 2018

ලංකාවේ ලීෆ් බැටරි වලට මොකද වෙන්නේ

මේ වන විට ලෝකයේ වගේම ලංකාවෙත් ජනප්‍රියම විදුලි වාහනය නිසාන් ලීෆ් ඒක.  2010 දෙසැම්බර් සිට 2018 ජනවාරි දක්වා ලීෆ් 300,000 ක් ලෝකය පුරා විකුණලා තියෙනවා. ලංකාවේ මේ වන විට ලීෆ් 4500ක් පමණ භාවිතයේ තියෙනවා. ලංකාවේ ලීෆ් වල දැන් ඇති වී තිබෙන ප්‍රශ්නයක් තමයි ප්‍රධාන බැටරියේ ධාරිතාව අඩු වීම. ලංකාවේ ලීෆ් වලින් සැලකිය යුතු ප්‍රමාණයක බැටරි ධාරිතාව
Read more +18 October 2017

Public Consultation on Electric Vehicle Charging Centers

(13/09/2017) – Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the electricity sector regulator, today opened the path for public to comment on issues pertaining to an electric vehicle charging stations (EVCS) and its users in order to identify and draft the required regulatory tools. The Government empowered PUCSL to establish a register of EVCS at
Read more +24 July 2017

Electric vehicle owners form club, urge Govt. to liberalise imports

By Quintus Perera The Sunday Times  Sunday, July 23, 2017 The Electric Vehicle (EV) Club, a collection of EV owners in Sri Lanka, says more electric vehicles should be encouraged in Sri Lanka as it cuts the country’s fuel bill while minimising environmental pollution and fumes. To discuss these matters the EV Club met in
Read more +19 July 2017

FAIRWAY HOLDINGS INTRODUCES ELECTRIC CHARGING FACILITY

Fairway Holdings has introduced electric vehicle charging facility to their homeowners. All of the company’s current projects have provisions for electric vehicle charging at every carport. In keeping with the global trend of increased usage of electric cars around the world, all Fairway Properties, which are under construction – The Elements, Fairway Galle, Urban Homes
Read more +12 July 2017

SRI LANKA’S SINGLE PHASE DOMESTIC CUSTOMERS TO GET AN OPTIONAL TARIFF

(05/03/2017) – Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka, the electricity sector regulator, approved a time based, ‘optional tariff’ for the single phase domestic consumers, which was earlier limited only to the consumers who have three phase connections and consuming 30A or above. The time of use (TOU) tariff was identified as it would benefit the
Read more +20 December 2016

Electric Vehicles, Sri Lankan Environment and Economy

We have been generating greenhouse gases at the rate of 15 million tons of CO2 equivalent in 2012 which is equivalent to 244t per square kilometer, while the global average was only 62.35t per squar km. Even if we take only the land surface of the earth which is 30% only, the global rate was
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