Power board imposes load shedding in Kerala

Power board imposes load shedding in Kerala

Despite the dams filling to the brim in the recent rains, the Kerala state electricity board ltd (KSEBL) is facing severe shortage of power. This has forced the agency to impose restrictions, including load shedding, across the state.

BPCL ensures LPG supply across Kerala

BPCL ensures LPG supply across Kerala

Elaborate arrangements have been made to ensure sufficient supply of cooking gas in the wake of natural disaster in the Kerala, BPCL Chief General Manager (CGM) P Preethambaran has said.

Kerala Goes Ahead with Thalassery-Mysuru Railway Line via Kodagu

Kerala Goes Ahead with Thalassery-Mysuru Railway Line via Kodagu

Despite severe opposition from residents of Kodagu and Mysuru, elected representatives and environmentalists, the Government of Kerala is getting ready to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) for the Thalassery-Mysuru Railway line that will pass through lush green forests in South Kodagu.

In Kerala’s tribal villages, turbines are turning the tide

In Kerala’s tribal villages, turbines are turning the tide

The true cost of hydro power… is not money but time,” writes editor and author Prem Shankar Jha in his latest book, Dawn of the Solar Age. Environmentalists and human rights activists protest hydro projects across the country, and as Jha points out, wind, solar PV, and solar thermal power today provide viable alternatives.

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