The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) was planning to set up a new 1,026MW power project at its Brahmapuram facility while the BSES plans to generate 200MW of additional power at its Kalamassery plant, currently naphtha-fired.
What does KSEB stand for?
KSEB stands for Kerala State Electricity Board (India)
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SeeNews) - Nov 12, 2012 - Hydropower stations in the southwestern Indian state of Kerala are using only 1,200 MW of their 2,000 MW capacity due to low reservoir levels, The Hindu reported Saturday citing a member of the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB).
The police, however, did not arrest the other accused -- former Kerala State Electricity Board ( KSEB) chairman Ramabhadran Nair -- because the 81- year- old has been in a state of dementia for the past several years.
The prosecution case was that Pillai, in his capacity as electricity minister in the 1980s, had caused a loss to the tune of Rs20 million to the Kerala State Electricity Board by awarding contracts for construction of a power tunnel and surge shaft of the Idamalayar hydro-electric power project, at high rates.
The apex court upheld the prosecution's plea that the former minister has entered into a criminal conspiracy that caused a loss of over RS20 million to the Kerala State Electricity Board by awarding contracts to his friend Paulose (who is deceased) at extra ordinarily high rates.
A spokesman for the SEA said that the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) used to exempt seafood processing pants, numbering 150, from 100% cuts.