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Regulatory Tools

PUCSL use vary regulatory tools as , rules, methodologies, standards, guidelines and policy advises in order to implement the functions layed- out  in the Act. This section provides insights to all the regulatory tools that the PUCSL have produced to ensure economic, technical and safety of the electricity industry.

Guidelines on Procedure for Testing Accuracy of Metering Equipment by Distribution Licensee on its own motion
2017

Procedures to be followed when the distribution licensee is required to test the accuracy of the Electricity Meter.

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Guidelines for the Prosecution of Persons-CEB & LECO

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Bulk Supply Transaction Guideline
2011

These guidelines are provided for the establishment of an effective and transparent mechanism by the Licensees to carry out bulk […]

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Tariff guidelines for distributors other than CEB and LECO
2011

In terms of Section 30 of Sri Lanka Electricity Act, No. 20 of 2009, prior to tariff revisions, the Distributionlicensees/exempted […]

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Electrical Safety Guideline School
2010

Regulation to ensure the safety of all students, staff, employees and contractors who use electrical equipment and appliances or who […]

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The Electricity (Dispute Resolution Procedure) Rules January 25, 2016
2016

Rules on Dispute Resolution Procedure’ of the Extraordinary Gazette Notification of No. 1951/1, JANUARY 25, 2016 describes the procedures to […]

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Electricity (Procedure for Review and Adjustment of Tariffs) Rules
2016

Rule that describes the procedures to be followed by the all stakedholders including the regulator at Tariff adjustment and Tariff […]

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Electricity (Procurement) Rules
2016

Electricity (Procurement) Rules No. 02 of 2016 and apply to the procurement of electricity by Transmission Licensee at procurement of […]

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Information required to ascertain insufficient means to defray in total at once the expenditure relating to connection and supply of electricity- Rules No. 04 of 2016.
2016

The that describes how to determine a consumer does not have sufficient financial capability to pay the electricity connection fee […]

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The electricity (Dispute Resolution Procedure) rules-OLD
2011

The procedure was replaced by the new Electricity (dispute resolution procedure) in 2016.

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