Kerala State Electricity Board buys costly power
For the first time this year, Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) has been forced to evacuate power from costly thermal and naphtha stations in the state. The utility was forced to purchase power from Brahmapuram and Kozhikode diesel power plants on March 9, the day that witnessed the highest power consumption of the year (77.5 million units).
Skipper Limited secures new orders
Skipper Limited, has announced new orders worth approximately Rs 405 crore in its Engineering Products segment. The company shared the news of securing fresh new orders worth approximately Rs 405 crore for domestic transmission tower supply from Power Grid Corporation Of India Ltd (PGCIL), Transmission Corporation of Telangana Limited (TSTRANSCO) and Power Transmission Corporation of Uttarakhand Limited (PTCUL).
Wartsila delivers LNG-fired peaking power plant to Kerala
Wartsila will supply a 40 MW smart power generation plant to the Kerala State Electricity Board Limited (KSEBL) in southern India. The contract was awarded in June, and the power station, delivered on a turn-key basis, is expected to be commissioned by April 201
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