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Sri Lanka: New regulations to avoid building near electricity lines
According to the Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the new ordinance will prohibit the building of new facilities near electricity lines. For newbuildings, a Ceylon Electricity Board or Lanka Electricity Company (Private) Ltd. security certification is necessary, according to a declaration. New rules on the distance between electricity lines and premises to guarantee the security of users and property call for a minimal distance, both vertically and horizontally, between electricity lines and premises.
It also sets minimal vertical limitations above the ground for contact lines over or along a street or over any other place open to vehicle use. They have been endorsed by the Minister of Power and Renewable Energies on the advice of PUCSL and are described in the 30, 36 and 37 of the Electricityity ( Safety, Quality and Continuity ) Regulations Act of 2016.
"The Provincial Councils and the Ministry of Local Government and Provincial Councils have already taken measures to comply with the Regulation," PUCSL said. Under the new regulations, a 2.40 metre spacing and a 1.50 metre spacing are required vertically for lines up to 1,000 V. The spacing for high-voltage lines up to 2220,000 V is increased to 5.18 metre.