The KSEB’s decision to sign power purchase agreement (PPA) with GJ Eco Power Private Limited, which is the private partner of Kochi corporation in constructing Waste to Energy (WtE) plant at Brahmapuram, has kickstarted a row.
According to those opposing the sudden decision to sign the PPA, it is unfair from the part of authorities to sign such an agreement when the project has not even received the crucial Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) clearance.
As per a communique from KSEB, the power utility will sign the PPA with the private firm in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday. “The PPA should be signed only after the project gets EIA nod. Read More
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