Quality power will be made available to consumers anytime, anywhere in the state in next five or six years if the plan envisaged int he draft power policy becomes a reality.

A Gender Policy Framework for State Action Plans on Climate Change was submitted to the Central Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) by the Climate and development knowledge network (CDKN). Based on this policy brief, MoEFCC has asked all States to incorporate gender dimensions in SAPCCs.

The state government approved the rules for the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013, which is regarded as a major shot in the arm to several development projects that were stalled in the name of land acquisition.

The vision of the Policy is to transform Kerala into a vibrant entrepreneurial society through inclusive, eco-friendly and sustainable economic growth.

The Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission hereby publishes under sub-section (3) of Section 181 of the Electricity Act, 2003, the following draft of the Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (Renewable Energy) Regulations, 2015.

Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) audit report criticised Kerala Water Authority (KWA) for not providing safe drinking water to people of Kerala and asks the state government to urgently formulate schemes for sustainability of water resources and ensure water security.

In order to facilitate and promote increasing role of Public Private Partnership in creation of new infrastructure assets as well as for the management of existing ones, the Government of Kerala proposes to lay down an explicit and comprehensive policy.

A Bill to provide for an enabling and facilitative environment in the State for design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of Infrastructure projects, through public investment and also through private sector participation, and to provide for an institutional framework for identification, prioritization and effective implementati

Government of Kerala has been working on a strategy for action in the state in response to Climate Change. It is proposed to identify specific vulnerabilities and plan appropriate responses keeping those in focus.

This policy approved by Kerala government aims to create 500 mw solar power capacity by 2017. It envisages use of tribal land for solar power projects & says that the land ownership rights shall continue to fully vest with the original owner (tribal).Read text of Kerala Solar Energy Policy 2013.

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