EV Club has been having a dialogue with Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL) during the last few months about the difficulties faced by EV Users as well as Charging Service Providers in obtaining services required for EV Charging.
PUCSL was very attentive to our concerns and PUCSL has started work to enhancing their regulatory framework to include EV Charging as a new industry/requirement. The current regulations have been formulated around providing electricity to a fixed premises for a single purpose. In order to address the electricity connection requirements of EV Users and EV Charging Service Providers a new regulatory framework is required.
To support our cause, we have provided some proposals in writing to PUCSL at a meeting held on 08 December 2016.
We prepared this proposal based on our members’ inputs, results of surveys we conducted and we have discussed details in this proposal with several individuals and organizations who invested on Electric Vehicle charging stations their feedback also considered when preparing this.
More information/outcomes regarding these will be published in the coming weeks.
If you have more suggestions’ to add please send them to [email protected] we always can bring them to upcoming discussions.