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.

Kerala Perspective Plan 2030 (KPP 2030) is a twenty year integrated strategic plan with a concrete policy framework and a well-defined Action Plan. Read the draft.

This draft policy document for the state of Kerala is envisaged as an evolving framework of green building technology which may be improved suited to the present and future requirements.

In an effort to bring a positive change in the lives of lakhs of farmers, the state agriculture department will propagate the concept of ‘intelligent farming’.

Read text of the draft health policy 2013 released by the Kerala government. Its objective is to position good health as the product of development agenda including water supply, nutrition, sanitation, prevention of ecological degradation, respect for citizens rights and gender sensitivity.

Read text of draft Kerala Solar Energy Policy 2013 that calls for 500 MW of new solar by 2017 and 1.5 GW by 2030. It covers both solar electric and solar thermal technologies, calling for mandatory use of solar water heating in many buildings.