(EnergyAsia, February 19, Thursday) — Sri Lanka’s Small Hydro Development Association (SHDA) plans to build more mini-hydro plants. New mini-hydro projects are expected to add some 250-450 megawatts (MW) to the country’s electricity grid in the coming three to four years. The projects are seen as an environmentally sustainable option to generate electricity. They are…

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