Sri Lanka's Energy Crisis Resolved
Aug 03,2022 Basen
Sri Lanka's oil, natural gas and coal resources are extremely scarce and almost all rely on imports.
Sri Lanka has seen the development potential of solar energy for a long time. Since 1986, it has promoted the solar energy industry as an important part of the national power energy structure. It hopes to meet the household electricity needs of residents through the solar energy storage system.
Sameera is a solar energy storage system installer in Sri Lanka. In order to respond to the national policy and meet the electricity consumption of local residents, he contacted Besen, "There is still a large market for lifepo4 battery in the local, people need energy and electricity, maybe it is difficult to DIY a lifepo4 battery pack for the residents here, but we are professional and it is our duty, so we are ready to expand our business to provide both lifepo4 battery products and installation services," he said.
At the beginning of March this year, Sameera chose 230Ah and 105Ah for the first sample sheet from Besen, so that customers with different needs have different choices.
Just 3 weeks later, before the sample order arrived in Sri Lanka, Sameera contacted Besen again and asked about the most popular models on the market and the quotation for more quantities, "We urgently need these lifepo4 batteries, please ASAP Provide quotation and delivery time." He said, it can be seen that the local residents of Sri Lanka have a great demand for lifepo4 batteries.
After receiving the battery, Sameera affirmed Besson, "The battery is well packaged! The battery does not seem to have any problems, and I am very satisfied with Daria's service."
Between March and May of this year, Sameera contacts Besen to express his urgent needs and make purchase orders almost every month. Due to frequent power outages in Sri Lanka, he urgently needs lifepo4 batteries and a supplier who can supply quickly, To meet the needs of local residents for energy storage. During the period, Sameera contacted Besen about a government-level project that required a large number of lifepo4 batteries and inverters, and planned to install off-grid systems for hundreds of local households.
The uncertainty of Sri Lanka's new energy market will exist for a long time. Although Sri Lanka has a serious economic crisis, this does not affect their urgent need for lifepo4 batteries and solar energy storage.
At present, in addition to Sameera, other Sri Lanka companies have also contacted Besen one after another, such as Didula. He said that their company is planning to expand their business and plan to sell lifepo4 batteries locally.
Even in the face of a crisis, people still need to live, daily life still needs energy, solar energy storage systems, and lifepo4 batteries.
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