Sri Lanka Energy Managers Association (SLEMA) was founded in 1984 by a group of professionals, to promote efficiency and rational use of energy in Sri Lanka. In 1994, SLEMA was incorporated by an Act of Parliament. In 2009 SLEMA celebrated its silver jubilee and continued providing its professional services to the energy sector in view of fostering the sectors development. SLEMA regularly conducts extensive training courses, research, general awareness programs and consultancy in energy and related fields. SLEMA also participates in international and regional research projects on energy Policy, Planning, conservation, Management and on environment impacts of energy. SLEMA has been the pioneering organization in the field of energy efficiency in Sri Lanka where the energy management fraternity is linked through the organization, making it the common forum for the energy managers to share their experiences and excel in the field of energy efficiency. Regional and international energy experts and organizations are interacting with SLEMA as one of the pivotal organization in the field of energy efficiency. The main strength of SLEMA is its membership exceeding 450, providing SLEMA with a resource pool to extend expertise for any kind of intervention in the energy management and related fields.
Be the most recognized professional association in energy management in the region.
Strengthen capacities for delivery of effective energy services, advocate rational use of energy and promote policies for sustainable development.
To serve as a forum for information exchange on Energy Management practices.
To encourage and promote Energy Management practices in Sri Lanka.
To serve as a vehicle through which Government and private assistance for Energy Management may be equitably and effectively extended to members.
To provide members with adequate and up-to-date information on effective Energy Management techniques.
To encourage consultancy services on Energy Management techniques