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JLanka to introduce future energy trends, technologies and solutions at Techno 2017

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JLanka Technologies, Sri Lanka’s leading solar solutions provider will be showcasing their pioneering renewable energy solutions together with innovative ideas and technologies from 13-15 October at the BMICH at Techno 2017, the largest and only engineering and technology exhibition to be held in Sri Lanka.

With the three-day event themed ‘Empowering Innovation – Smart, Inventive, Disruptive Technologies for Sustainable Innovation’, JLanka will represent the company’s vision for ‘Energising a Sustainable Nation’, showcasing current and future initiatives to achieve their mission in making Sri Lanka 100% energy self-sufficient, continuing to be the most trusted renewable and sustainable energy solutions provider in the country.

Techno 2017 gives JLanka a platform to create more awareness on clean energy solutions for a wide set of verticals across residential, commercial and industrial sectors, which with the company’s foresight are today easily accessible and highly economical through the backing of financial institutions.

“Our objective at Techno 2017 is to ensure that visitors realise solar power and other renewable energy solutions are the future of Sri Lanka,” stated JLanka Technologies Marketing Manager Srinath Dolage. “We invite everyone to visit our stall and understand exactly how beneficial and convenient it is to adapt to solar energy through the various schemes and solutions JLanka has on offer.”

Stall visitors will be introduced to some of JLanka’s latest sustainable initiatives; the company is set to launch the SolarEdge HD Wave Converter in Sri Lanka at Techno 2017, a sure catalyst in the technological transformation of the country in terms of renewable energy. Manufactured by SolarEdge Technologies Inc. of Isreal, this lightweight converter uses digital processing to create high definition (HD) sine waves, and uses thin-film capacitors instead of larger electrolycs, resulting in an extremely smaller, cooler, highly reliable and manageable unit easily installed indoors or outdoors. The HD Wave Converter operates at over 99% efficiency, an unmatched statistic across the market. 

GoEV – a smart Electric Vehicle (EV) charging platform that offers multiple services and benefits for the rapidly growing number of EV owners in Sri Lanka will also be featured at Techno 2017. The range of features include an online monitoring system, SMS alerts, 24x7 support and much more, with a fully functioning mobile app. The GoEV charge station solutions platform also offers a range of chargers for potential EV owners as well as entrepreneurs who are looking at owning charging stations to meet the growing demand of facilities for EVs. The platform will soon introduce DC fast charging units manufactured for the first time in Sri Lanka, ideal for high traffic commercial hubs such as Colombo and other major cities across the country.

Another equally exciting feature at the JLanka stall will be the Monitoring Portal for IoT (Internet of Things). With an intelligent network infrastructure, consumers can use this IoT platform to improve operations, safety and security, and also gain valuable data and insight into managing electrical equipment and energy consumption in organisations across all industries. Now, with added focus on energy management and conservation on a global scale, this IoT platform will also help deliver energy consumption data through an on-site display or a gateway, facilitating highly efficient energy management through advanced functions such as remote connect, over-the-air downloads and demand response. 

“We have identified the dissemination of knowledge as another key responsibility of ours,” commented Marketing Manager Srinath Dolage. “Over the past few years, we have facilitated local and regional forums, held awareness campaigns, initiated discussions and dialogue and shared our research, learnings and innovations. Seeing how successful our online news and knowledge portal (knowledgebase.jlankatech.com/) has been, our team will be at hand to provide the public with necessary information to make a transformative decision. We are proud of the change we have made thus far in the lives of Sri Lankans, and will continue to build this momentum through Techno 2017.”

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