The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) plans to shift its focus to various small hydro-projects to supply the power-starved state. The board has chalked out a plan to generate 68.1 MW of power from eight small hydel projects in the state by February 2016. The tender process for the Kakkayam project, which also falls in this category, is completed and subsequent procedures are underway. The small hydro-projects policy of KSEB envisages to produce about 295 MW power from small projects by 2017. This includes 150 MW additional capacity from small hydropower projects by then, through private participation.
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