KOTTAYAM: Ever thought of solar cells doing the same function like that of plants?

KOCHI: As per schedule it would have taken three days for the KSEB to complete the repair work. But the work along the Edappally-Kaloor 110 KV feeder lines was completed on the first day itself, thanks to proper planning and team work.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 13th State Energy Conservation Awards have been announced with Apollo Tyres Ltd, Perambra, winning the award in the large-scale energy consumers category and Coconut Lagoon, Kumarakom, winning in the medium-scale energy consumers category.

The awards in other categories are as follows:

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: What is the best thing a school can give its students? No doubt, it is to prepare them to think innovatively. St Mary

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Keeping its word on reducing the waste heaps at Vilappilsala treatment plant, the Corporation has decided to set up biogas plants in major markets in the city. The step is as part of the decentralisation of waste treatment, which is one of the main focus areas of the final-year programmes envisaged by the present Council.

The Napier Museum seen from a different angle.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 135-year-old Napier Museum in the heart of the city is all set to go green, with LED lamps. This grandpa of museums, with its unique ornamentation and architectural style, must be one of the first heritage buildings in the city to completely shift to LED lights.

Sudha Nambudiri

KOCHI: It might not be long before energy accounting comes to State. Following the directive from the Union Ministry of Power to the States to introduce star- labelling, on a five-star scale, in commercial buildings and flats, an Energy Credit Card and starrating system is to be introduced to monitor energy consumption of buildings and industries.

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Students from an engineering college in the district have developed an alternative fuel system aimed at eliminating petrol.

KOCHI: Kochiites will get a chance to go eco-friendly as a range of energy-efficient products will be exhibited at the five-day national exhibition

KOCHI: The Gas Authority of India will sign an agreement for distribution of liquified natural gas (LNG) to Fertilisers And Chemicals Travancore (FACT) and Kayamkulam Thermal Power Corporation from the Puthuvype LNG terminal by the end of this month.

The decision regarding this was taken at a high-level meeting attended by T K A Nair, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister.