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Power Cut Schedule in Sri Lanka 2024-Daily Updates

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Power cut schedule Today - July 23, 2024 7:29 pm

We regret to inform you that due to the disruption in the services of the Sri Lanka Electricity Board, there is currently a power outage in some places.

The CEB team is working tirelessly to restore power and resume normal operations.

ශ්‍රී ලංකා විදුලිබල මණ්ඩලයේ සේවාවන් අඩාල වීම හේතුවෙන් මේ වන විට ඇතැම් ස්ථානවල විදුලිය විසන්ධි වී ඇති බව කණගාටුවෙන් දන්වා සිටිමු.

විදුලිය යථා තත්ත්වයට පත් කර සාමාන්‍ය මෙහෙයුම් ආරම්භ කිරීමට CEB කණ්ඩායම වෙහෙස නොබලා කටයුතු කරයි.

இலங்கை மின்சார சபையின் சேவைகளில் ஏற்பட்ட இடையூறு காரணமாக தற்போது சில இடங்களில் மின்சாரம் தடைப்பட்டுள்ளது என்பதை வருத்தத்துடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

மின்சாரத்தை மீட்டெடுத்து வழமையான செயற்பாடுகளை முன்னெடுப்பதற்கு CEB குழு அயராது உழைத்து வருகிறது.

CEB Contact Numbers

OFFICETELEPHONE
Call Center1987
Chairman’s Office0112 329 108
Vice Chairman’s Office0112 422 297
General Manager’s Office0112 320 953
Distribution Division - 01011 233 8113
Distribution Division - 020112 399 679
Distribution Division - 030112 880 626
Distribution Division – 040114 204 014
Transmission Division0112 399 894
Corporate Strategy Division0112 333 068
Asset Management Division0112 329 904
Finance Division0112 328 234
Personnel Branch011 244 0316
Special Investigation Branch0112 422 259
Statistical Unit011 243 3467

All Areas wise Contact Numbers

OFFICETELEPHONEFAXEMAIL
Distribution Division 02011 243 1598011 238 0093[email protected]
Distribution Division 01011 233 5922011 242 1744[email protected]
Distribution Division 03011 286 8576011 288 0643[email protected]
Distribution Division 04011 212 4900011 272 6791[email protected]
Generation Division011 243 4197011 244 5286[email protected]
Transmission Division011 239 5735011 232 9902[email protected]
Asset Management and Centralized Services011 239 5724011 244 4968[email protected]
Corporate Strategy Division011 233 3070011 233 3067[email protected]
Finance Division011 232 8234011 242 1613[email protected]
Diyathalawa057 492 6909057 492 6909[email protected]
Badulla055 222 2315055 222 2315[email protected]
Monaragala055 227 7350055 227 7350[email protected]
Jaffna021 321 2261021 224 0302[email protected]
Ambalangoda775654456775654456[email protected]
Dehiwala011 421 5334011 421 5334[email protected]
Galle091 223 4344091 223 4344[email protected]
Kilinochchi021 228 3787021 228 3787[email protected]
Vavnia024 222 3597024 222 2285[email protected]
Chilaw032 222 2182032 222 3336[email protected]
Kuliyapitiya037 228 3326037 228 3326[email protected]
Kurunegala037 222 2192037 224 6093[email protected]
Dambulla066 493 0060066 493 0061[email protected]
Galagedara081 246 0149081 246 3335[email protected]
Ginigathhena051 224 2786051 224 2786[email protected]
Kandy City081 223 2091081 223 4599[email protected]
Nuwaraeliya052 222 2918052 222 3035[email protected]
Peradeniya081 238 4444081 222 6566[email protected]
Mawanella035 492 8950035 492 8855[email protected]
Nawalapitiya054 222 3496054 222 2285[email protected]
Kundasale081 237 4283081 242 3560[email protected]
Matale066 222 2745081 221 3805[email protected]
Katugastota081 249 9679081 249 9393[email protected]
Kegalle035 492 8099035 223 1627[email protected]
Ampara063 222 2078063 222 2078[email protected]
Batticola065 222 2639065 222 2939[email protected]
Kalmunai067 222 9276067 222 0645[email protected]
Trincomalee026 222 0060026 222 0060[email protected]
Colombo City011 257 5923011 257 3647[email protected]
North Central Province025 222 1747025 222 2453[email protected]
Northern Province021 222 2496021 222 2497[email protected]
Central Province081 223 4000081 222 5555[email protected]
Sabaragamuwa Province045 222 6888045 222 5890[email protected]
North Western Province037 228 1311037 228 1311[email protected]
Western Province North011 434 4709011 434 4709[email protected]
Southern Province091 223 2092091 223 2092[email protected]
Uva Province055 222 2474055 222 2926[email protected]
Western Province South II011 288 0695-9011 288 0695[email protected]
Eastern Province026 222 2666037 228 1224[email protected]
Western Province South I011 421 5334011 421 5334[email protected]

CEB Distribution boundaries & CEB area Boundaries

CEB Distribution Divisions

DivisionRegionSubregions
DIVISION-01NORTHERNN1 Jaffna; N2 Kilinochchi; N3 Vavuniya
DIVISION-01NORTH CENTRALNC1 Anuradhapura; NC2 Kekirawa; NC3 Minneriya
DIVISION-01NORTH WESTERNNW1 Chilaw; NW2 Kurunegala; NW3 Kuliyapitiya; NW4 Wennapuwa; NW5 Wariyapola; NW6 Puttalam; NW7 Narammala
DIVISION-01COLOMBO CITYCO Colombo North; Colombo South; Colombo East; Colombo West
DIVISION-02WESTERN NORTHWN1 Negombo; WN2 Veyangoda; WN3 Ja-Ela; WN4 Kelaniya; WNS Gampaha; WN6 Diulapitiya
DIVISION-02CENTRALC1 Matale; C2 Katugastota; C3 Kundasale; C4 Peradeniya; C5 Nuwara Eliya; C6 Ginigathhena; C7 Kandy City; C8 Dambulla; C9 Nawalapitiya; C10 Galagedara; SA1 Kegalle; SA2 Mawanella
DIVISION-02EASTERNE1 Trincomalee; E2 Batticaloa; E3 Ampara; E4 Kalmunal
DIVISION-03WESTERN SOUTH 2WS1 Sri J'pura; WS2 Awissawella; WS5 Homagama; WS6 Horana; WS7 Bandaragama
DIVISION-03SABARAGAMUWASA3 Ruwanwella; SA4 Eheliyagoda; SA5 Ratnapura; SA6 Kahawatta; SA7 Embilipitiya
DIVISION-03UVAU1 Diyatalawa; U2 Badulla; U3 Monaragala
DIVISION-04WESTERN SOUTH 1WS3 Dehiwala; WS4 Ratmalana; WS8 Kalutara
DIVISION-04SOUTHERNS1 Ambalangoda; S2 Baddegama; S3 Galle; S4 Weligama; S5 Matara; S6 Tangalle; S7 Hambantota

Group List of Scheduled Power Outages by the Ceylon Electricity Board

Download full schedule area group list. 

Why this power cut?

Since gaining its independence from the British in 1948, Sri Lanka has been enduring its worst economic crisis. The travel prohibition enacted during the COVID-19 epidemic is blamed for the money scarcity that led to the economic downturn. Because of this, the country has been unable to stock up on enough food and other necessities like heating fuel and gas.

According to the United Nations Development Programme, Sri Lanka is teetering on the brink of a “humanitarian crisis” due to the country’s worsening economic situation, which includes rising food costs and empty coffers.

Since the crisis began, an estimated 500,000 Sri Lankans have fallen below the poverty line, according to the World Bank.

The Ceylon Electricity Board has declared

According to a report from Colombo Page, the Ceylon Electricity Board has declared that from 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. and from 6.00 p.m. to 09.00 p.m., power will be interrupted for three hours and thirty minutes, respectively, in twenty zones labeled “A” through “W.”

Summarize

Power will be interrupted for three hours and thirty minutes, respectively, in twenty zones labeled A through W. Sri Lanka is teetering on the brink of a “humanitarian crisis” due to the country’s worsening economic situation. Why was this power cut? The Ceylon Electricity Board has declared The Schedule for Tomorrow’s Power Outages

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