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Topping the list is a Rs 33.5 crore, 110 kV gas-insulated substation (GIS) at Kowdiar meant to improve the reliability of electric supply in the Thiruvananthapuram city region.
Dismayed by the number of electrical mishaps involving its staff, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has decided to issue safety kits to its line staff.
Your bimonthly electricity bill is all set to get heftier.
The work assigned to the Kerala State Electricity Board including lighting on the trekking path has been completed.
Desilting will improve storage, help effective flood management and conserve more water to meet the summer shortage.
The Board’s daily power generation plummeted from 65 million units to 42 million units during this period.
The great deluge, which left a trail of death and destruction across the state, has caused a staggering loss of Rs 850 crore to the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB).
There is also another pressing reason why the KSEB is running its hydel stations full tilt.
If the logbook is made available for public scrutiny, it'll help stop mismanagement of natural resources which often lead to catastrophe like the recent floods.
Issuing the red alert, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) said the shutter gates of the Idamalayar dam will be opened on Thursday morning and 164 cumecs water will be released.
With the catchment areas of the dam receiving heavy rainfall over the past several days, the water level in the dam has been increasing considerably.
The Board will issue ‘Orange Alert’ if the water level touches 2,395 ft and ‘Red Alert’ at 2,398 ft. Water will be released 24 hours after the alert is sounded.
According to KSEB authorities, almost all the major dams are brimming with water and for the first time in 25 years.
The board will soon call for tenders from private individuals and corporate houses to buy solar power at a maximum price of Rs 3.5 per unit.
The land owners wishing to set up solar power projects, potential investors and technology experts who attended the meeting explored ways to make collaboration in power generation.