Additional General Manager,
Ceylon Electricity Board
Eng. Mrs. Champa Satharasinghe, the Additional General Manager - Projects at the Ceylon Electricity Board in Sri Lanka, is a distinguished leader in the field of energy and infrastructure development. With a wealth of experience and expertise, she has played a pivotal role in shaping the energy landscape of Sri Lanka. Mrs. Champa Satharasinghe holds an impressive educational background that has equipped her with the knowledge and expertise necessary to excel in her role as the Additional General Manager - Projects at the Ceylon Electricity Board. With a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka in 1990, she has completed the Master of Science in Energy Systems and the Environment from University of Strathclyde Glasgow, UK in 1995. She also a Corporate Member of Institute of Engineers Sri Lanka (IESL), the National body of the Engineers in Sri Lanka, since 1996. Mrs. Champa Satharasinghe has been instrumental in driving large-scale projects that have significantly contributed to the growth and development of the electricity sector in Sri Lanka. Her visionary leadership and strategic planning have been the driving forces behind the successful implementation of numerous power generation, transmission, and distribution projects across the country. A highly respected professional, Mrs. Champa Satharasinghe is known for her exceptional project management skills, meticulous attention to detail, and unwavering commitment to quality and excellence. As a prominent figure in the energy sector, Mrs. Champa Satharasinghe has actively participated in various national and international forums, sharing her insights and expertise on energy infrastructure development. Her passion for sustainable energy solutions, coupled with her deep understanding of the socio-economic impact of energy projects, has made her a true leader in the industry.
- Deep Dive Workshop: Solarizing Sustainability – Catalyzing Clean Energy Collaborative Action in Asia and the Pacific