State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) today said its proposed LPG import terminal at Puthuvypeen in Kochi, construction of which has witnessed violent protest, will help reduce backlog for cooking gas in Kerala.
Will minimise road transport of bulk LPG, improve safety
Indian Oil Corporation’s upcoming LPG Import Terminal at Puthuvypeen, Kochi, will significantly help reduce the backlog for LPG cylinder supply in Kerala, which is currently at about 15 days.
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.
Tata Power today appointed former Cabinet secretary K M Chandrasekhar independent director on its board for five years.
Kerala will be declared a fully electrified state by the end of this month, Power Minister M M Mani told the state assembly on Thursday.
75 % of Kochi – Koottanad – Mangaluru Pipeline now in Construction Phase
Carrying forward the momentum for Natural Gas pipeline works in Kerala, GAIL (India) Limited today awarded Contracts for Pipeline Laying works of the Kochi – Koottanad – Mangaluru Pipeline for another 131 Km section from Areacode (Malappuram) to Kurumathoor (Kannur) at a cost of approx. Rs 200 Crore.
People in Himatnagar area in Gujarat get the most uninterrupted power supply in the country, while residents of Mankachar in Assam grapple with an average 188 instances of power cuts a month
Twenty siz states are now part of the UDAY scheme, meant for the revival of debt stressed discoms, after Kerala, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura formally joined the programme.
Kerala, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh are all set to join the government’s power distribution reform scheme Ujjwal Discom Yojana (UDAY) on Wednesday
The government of India has installed has taken India’s solar power generation capacity to another level by installing country’s largest Solar PV Plant installed in Kayamkulam, Kerala.