Hydel plant of 750 kilowatt capacity to come up at Kurissadi

If things go according to the plans of the Energy Management Centre, the Kalakkayam waterfalls, near Palode, will be a source of electricity to the power-starved capital city and to the State at large.

A public interest litigation petition has been filed in the Madras High Court seeking to declare that the proceedings for identification of land and land acquisition for the 4000 MW Ultra Mega Powe

Roof-Top, Pole-Mounted Units Planned In Attapadi Hamlet, Mananthavadi Estate

The state electricity board has, in a first-of-its-kind endeavour suitable to Kerala, decided to roll out several pilot projects to track and test the potential of solar energy.

While environmentalists the world over are seriously concerned over problems like climate change and global warming, the hill state of Himachal is said to have emerged as an “oasis of hope” in combating climate change by reducing Green House Gases (GHG) emission.

Himachal Pradesh has become the first state in the country to record reduction in GHGs emission from 10.083 million tonnes (m in 2009 to 9.197 million tonnes (m) in 2013. This has been inferred from two greenhouse inventories prepared following an exhaustive survey of key sectors responsible for emission of GHGs.

Ex-environment minister Jayanthi Natarajan may have dismissed speculation that delays in green clearances for several highvalue projects led to her ouster, but environmental nods to over 70 project

Kerala signed an agreement with National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) Ltd. on Monday to set up a wind farm in Palakkad district.

The Kerala government on Monday inked a memorandum of understanding with National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC) for setting up an 82MW wind farm at Mannarcaud taluk in Palakkad district.

Firms include JSPL, Hindustan Zinc

The Coal Ministry has slap-ped show-cause notices on 14 firms, including Jindal Steel & Power Ltd (JSPL) and Hindustan Zinc, for delay in the development of the coal mines allocated to them for captive use.

Tecom, the promoters of SmartCity project, will submit the environmental clearance application for the complete project to state level environment impact assessment authority by month-end.

Ex-board officials have statistics that show improved power generation

Thiruvananthapuram: Political pundits and watchdogs may still cry foul over the former LDF government’s decision to engage SNC Lavalin for carrying out renovations works of Pallivasal, Sengulam and Panniar power projects in 1995. But most top officials, who were then at the helm of Kerala State Electricity Board, rule out the arguments that the Rs 250 crore renovation works was an unwarranted exercise.