Tags: Kerala

KSEB Sets 1,000 MW Target for Solar Power by 2021

The first step towards the target is to generate 500 MW through roof-top solar panel units. To accomplish the first project KSEB is entering into partnership with Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT). To shift from the conventional source of energy to more clean energy, Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has set itself […]

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41 Kerala Schools to Set Up Solar Power Unit in Premises

The schools will have to spend Rs 80,000 for setting up a 2kW solar power unit on their premises. In order to get uninterrupted power supply, around forty one government/aided schools in Kerala will set-up solar power unit in their premises by the end of the current academic year. The move is backed by Agency […]

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Kerala’s St Francis Assisi Cathedral Goes Solar

The solar power plant was introduced with the assistance of KSEB, ANERT, and Bengaluru – based Orb Energy. In June 2015, Fr Judis Panackal, vicar of St Francis Assisi Cathedral got a ‘Laudato Si’ encyclical (an ecclesiastical letter) on the earth and environmental change from the Vatican, which worried on the need to grasp sustainable […]

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India Successfully Commissioned Largest Floating Solar Power Plant

Through this solar power plant, as many as 7.5 lakh units of power will be transmitted to the KSEB’s Padinjarathara substation. In a significant development, India’s largest floating solar power plant in Kerala has successfully commissioned by Power minister M M Mani on the Banasura Sagar reservoir at Padinjarethara in Wayanad. According to the Kerala […]

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India’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant Set to Be Commissioned

The project with 500 kWp (Kilowatt peak) initiated on March 10, 2016, is the biggest Floating Solar Power Plant the country will have. The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) is set to commission India’s largest Floating Solar Power Plant to be built on the Banasura Sagar Dam at Padinharethara in Wayanad district. The commissioning will be announced […]

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Kerala Government Approves App-based Survey to Map Renewable Energy Installations

The state government of Kerala has given its approval to the Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology to develop the mobile app at a cost of Rs 10 lakh for Mapping Renewable Energy Installations. The Government of Kerala would soon launch a mobile app-based survey to map the renewable energy installations, such as solar […]

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With Solar Power Included, Kerala to Become Fully Electrified By End of May 2017

Apart from taking initiatives to promote solar power projects in the State, the Government is keen to make Kerala Fully Electrified by providing power connections to 2.5 lakh houses. Power Minister M M Mani told the state assembly that Kerala will be declared a fully electrified state by the end of this month. He further […]

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Kerala Solar Energy Policy

OBJECTIVE Objective of the state solar policy include:- Increase the installed capacity of the solar sector in the State to 500MW by 2017 and 2500 MW by 2030. Contribute to long term energy security of the State of Kerala as well as ecological security by reduction in carbon emission. Adopt a multi-pronged approach in targeting […]

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