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ANERT to set up 2-MW solar power plant at Palakkad

ANERT to set up 2-MW solar power plant at Palakkad

The Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT) expects to start work on a 2-MW solar power plant at Kuzhalmannam in Palakkad this year.  ANERT director M. Jayaraju told The Hindu on Saturday that the plant, estimated to cost Rs.24 crore, would come up on 13 acres. "The power generated by the plant will be fed into the KSEB grid. Since the land is in our possession, we expect no hurdles to the project."

The falling price of solar panels, he said, was expected to bring down the estimated cost.

 

Fast earth quake alert system for KSEB

Fast earth quake alert system for KSEB

An earthquake-alert system that will instantaneously communicate the gravity of the tremors to disaster management officials is being set up by the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) in Idukki district, where it has its largest reservoir. The KSEB now has earthquake-monitoring stations at six far...

KSEB and Startup Village to power innovations in energy sector

KSEB and Startup Village to power innovations in energy sector

The young technology-driven new brigade of entrepreneurs, powered by ideas, will now chip in with their innovations and solutions to help power-starved Kerala improve the energy situation and pitch the State as a thought-leader in the country. Kochi-based Startup Village, fast emerging as the world'...

Power supply curbs fail to hold back demand

Power supply curbs fail to hold back demandThe Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) does not expect the ongoing restrictions in consumption to help it much in bridling the galloping demand for energy in the State. The overall power demand has gathered a new forward momentum in the State, because of increasing economic activity and changing ...

Undeclared power outages leave the residents in dark

Undeclared power outages leave the residents in darkPeople of Kerala receive yet another blow in the form of undeclared power outages. The KSE Board has come up with a confidential decision to impose undeclared load sheddings when the people are already affected with the government decision to hike power tariff.

 Households, shops and small indus...

Power crisis acute in Kerala, says Power Minister

Power crisis acute in Kerala, says Power MinisterElectricity Minister Aryadan Mohammed has said the government is committed to sourcing electricity from all available sources of power generation at any cost for ensuring hassle-free power supply in the State, even as the State is facing acute crisis in the power sector as a result of steep hike in ...

Power tariffs set to shoot up further

Power tariffs set to shoot up furtherThe Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has sought the permission of the State Electricity Regulatory Commission to increase the power tariffs in 2013-14 to recover an additional sum of Rs. 1,573 crore from consumers . It was only six months ago that the commission had allowed the KSEB to increase...

ToD domestic power billing from New Year

ToD domestic power billing from New YearTime-of-the-day (ToD) metering of power consumption is being introduced for nearly 11,000 high-end domestic connections in the State from the New Year to give them a financial incentive in consciously shifting a part of their overall electricity use from the hours of peak demand to those of lean dem...

Book throws light on power situation

Book throws light on power situationKSEB's Resident Engineer in New Delhi, G. Sreenivasan's latest work, 'Vydhuthi: Charitravum Shastravum' (Electricity: History and Science), released by Electricity Minister Aryadan Mohammed at Thiruvananthapuram, delves deep into the story of electricity, the various modes of power generation, the m...

Shortage of meters - Power connections delays beyond limit

Shortage of meters - Power connections delays beyond limitFaced with an acute shortage of electricity meters, the state electricity board (KSEB) has gone to the extent of advising consumers to procure meters from the open market for getting a new connection and replacing faulty meters. KSEB sources said the board had been finding it difficult to give conne...

KSEB to levy double charge for usage above 300 units

KSEB to levy double charge for usage above 300 units The Kerala State Regulatory Commission(KSERC) has ordered to levy Rs.15 per unit from domestic consumers who exceed the 300-unit monthly limit set for them. The current power tariff for the consumers in the 300 to 500 unit slab is Rs.7.50 per unit. On crossing the 300 unit consumption limit, the con...
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