The installations contribute to the company’s broader aspirational goal of being supplied 100% by renewable energy. Such installations have already been successfully set up for over 30 clients throughout the country. Designed and installed by BAM GREEN, these new systems together generate sufficient clean energy, cutting electricity cost by 100% resulting in the consumer having to pay zero on electricity bills.
“We are committed to making decisions that are not only good for business and the environment, but also passing on great savings to our customers,” said Asanka B. Thennakoon, Project Engineer for BAM GREEN. “Our solar systems are built to provide free electricity for 20 years with no major maintenance. To this end, we believe in uncompromised quality, neatness and compliance to standards.”
“In a solar power system, 55% of the cost is incurred for the solar module comprising of REC – a Norwegian solar module which is one of the top three brands in the world. In addition to the solar module, the inverter, mounting mechanism or even the simplest cable tie or a nut can be a single point of failure of the system. Hence, the quality of each component is very vital,” he emphasised.
BAM Holdings started its operations in 1980 and since then, the company has continued to earn an excellent reputation for reliability. This is reflected in the quality of the products and in the timeliness of the deliveries to our clients locally and overseas. In addition to garments, BAM Holdings has acquired other business skills with methodical and modern approaches to management and training. The company operates under the guidance of its founding father, Group Chairman B.A. Mahipala.
Equipped with the world’s best technologies, BAM GREEN has managed to make an impact in the renewable energy industry in Sri Lanka with innovative solutions. The BAM Group has been in existence for over three decades in the industry and has over 4,000 employees in 12 diversified subsidiary companies. The company has chosen the sun as its future energy requirement without harming the planet.
BAM Holdings’ core business has been apparel manufacturing and vertically integrated services for the last three decades. In recent times, the company has diversified into renewable energy and the leisure industry. Currently, the company focuses on integration of solar and wind energy grid-tied systems, off-grid remote power systems and utility scale wind and solar farms.