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KSEB to start work on 500 MW petcoke power plant by March 2014

KSEB to start work on 500 MW petcoke power plant by March 2014

If all goes well, construction of the 500 MW petroleum coke(petcoke)-based power project by the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) will commence by March next year.

Envisaged as a green project, it will take at least three years to set up the plant, at an expected cost of Rs 6000 crore. FACT land at Ambalamugal and HMT land at Kalamasserry are the probable sites for the project and a decision in this regard will be taken at a ministerial level meeting later this month.

 

KSEB to set up 400MW LNG power plant at Brahmapuram

KSEB to set up 400MW LNG power plant at Brahmapuram

Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) will set up a 400MW LNG-based power plant at Brahmapuram. Board chairman M Sivasankar said the estimated cost is around Rs 3,200 crore and KSEB would fund the project on its own.

"We had to shell out Rs 7,800 crore to purchase power last year. On an average,we sp...

ATE directs KSEB to refund service connection charges

ATE directs KSEB to refund service connection charges

The Appellate Tribunal for Electricity (ATE) has ordered the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) to refund service connection charges collected during the period between March 2, 2005 and September 8, 2010 to high tension and extra-high tension electricity consumers in Kerala.

ATE made the judgment...

Monsoon bonanza for KSEB

Monsoon bonanza for KSEB

The month of June just gone by was the wettest June in 22 years for Kerala, recording an area-weighted rainfall of 104 cm against a long period average of 65 cm for the month, the excess rainfall received being 60 per cent.

"The last time we had more rains in June was in 1991, when Kerala received 10...

Need more rain to fill water deficit: KSEB

Need more rain to fill water deficit: KSEB

The current water levels in the reservoirs under the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) indicate that the state received more than its expected share of water, during the first half of the ongoing southwest monsoon, for hydro power generation in June.

However, the board would have to wait for one ...

Kerala gets 72 per cent surplus rainfall

Kerala gets 72 per cent surplus rainfall

Ushering in brighter prospects for the power sector, Kerala has received over 72 per cent surplus rainfall since the onset of Southwest monsoon on June 1, after passing through a rain-deficient year that witnessed severe energy crisis and grim drought conditions.

According to India Meteorological Dep...

Kerala to explore direct current power option

Kerala to explore direct current power option

Kerala will become the first state in the country to explore the possibilities of direct current (DC) technology over the conventional alternating current (AC) systems in commercial buildings. Chief minister Oommen Chandy has convened a high-level meeting here in this regard on Thursday with the man...

KSEB to go ahead with Athirapilly project

KSEB to go ahead with Athirapilly project

Once again, the Kerala State Electricity Board is knocking at the doors of the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests with the hope that the Athirapilly hydel power project will get the go-ahead. The latest move comes after the High Level Working Group (HLWG) report on Western Ghats suggested tha...

KSEB wants 90-minute load-shedding till June 30

KSEB wants 90-minute load-shedding till June 30

Even as rains have gathered strength, the KSEB has written to the electricity regulatory commission seeking its nod to extend the one-and-a-half hour curbs till June 30. But if the south-west monsoon plays true to form, load-shedding would be withdrawn by June 15. The ERC has approved curbs only til...

Subsidy Non payment - KSEB’s cup of woes full to the brim

Subsidy Non payment - KSEB’s cup of woes full to the brim

The State government's decision to exempt domestic consumers who use up to 120 units a month from the latest power tariff hike by providing a monthly subsidy of Rs.10 crore is likely to further worsen the financial crisis grappling the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB).

Board sources said that th...

Red tape blows KSEB’s bill plan

Red tape blows KSEB’s bill plan

Bureaucratic apathy is likely to stymie the introduction of a centralised system envisaged by the government for streamlining the Kerala State Electricity Board's (KSEB) monthly energy charge collection from government departments, civic bodies and public sector undertakings.

In the wake of the board...

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