Green Electric introduced the first and only SLS certified LED bulb in Sri Lanka. The launch was attended by Ranjith Siyambalapitiya, Minister of Power and Renewable Energy, Susil Premajayantha, Minister of Technology, Technical Education and Employment, Ajith J Perera, Deputy Minister of Power and Renewable Energy, Anuradha Jayaratna, Deputy Minister of Mahaweli Development and Environment, Karunasena Hettiarachchi, Secretary of Defence and Gamini Dharmawardena, Director General, Sri Lankan Standards Institution.
In a CFL dominant market Green Electric reached unprecedented heights with the introduction of high quality and usable LED bulbs to the Sri Lankan market. Green Electric was an initiative taken to address the need within the Government and other environmental institutions. The negative environmental repercussions of CFL usage was little known to consumers, as CFL bulbs contain hazardous mercury.
In A CFL Dominant Market Green Electric Reached Unprecedented Heights With The Introduction Of High Quality And Usable LED Bulbs To The Sri Lankan Market.
Green Electric LED bulbs, have benchmarked their product quality by obtaining the SLS certification, which ensures safety and performance through the Standard Certificate SLS 1458/IEC 62560 and Performance Standard Certificate SLS 1458/IEC 62612. Green Electric bulbs now stands as the only product that can deliver what they have promised, which are a reduced electricity bill, a 25,000-hour rated life and an ecological friendly product.
Indika Rajapakse, Founder and Chairman of NMI Infra, started in 1995 with a vision to provide infrastructure facilities to the telecommunication industry in Sri Lanka. Within a short span of time he envisioned the growing necessity of a sustainable power consumption solution. Through the collaborated introduction of Green Electric, he ventured into the LED bulb sector.