Compared to sector-leaders like Andhra Pradesh or Rajasthan it may seem trifling, but for Kerala it’s still a big leap ‘sunward.’ In the next few months, the state’s combined solar power capacity is tipped to touch the 100 MW mark.
The combined capability now stands at a little over 90 MW, with a number of projects set to be completed soon and several others in the pipeline, according to the KSEB. Crossing the 100 MW milestone is significant for the state because two years ago, the installed capacity had stood at a meagre 5 MW, R Suku, chief engineer (Renewable Energy and Energy Savings), KSEB, said. Read More…
Credit By : The New Indian Express
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