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Over 60 percent of Sri Lanka’s energy needs are met through expensive petroleum resources and alternative renewable energy resources which are cheaper and affordable to the common man should be explored.

ICTAD an Authority soon

The long awaited decree to convert the Institute for Construction Training and Development - ICTAD into an authority has been completed by the legal draughtsman. It will be presented to the Attorney General and then to Parliament, Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Housing and Construction, S.R Kannaganayagam, told the media.

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Mini hydro power projects vital

Sri Lanka depends on expensive petroleum resources. At present it is over 60 percent. A barrel of crude oil now costs US $ 72 according to the prevailing world oil prices.

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Van Rees attracts Dutch funding

The uniqueness of a mechanical blending plant for large leaf teas with particular emphasis on food safety, worker welfare and gender concerns have combined to attract Dutch Government funding to a private sector commercial enterprise.

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