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Floating Solar Photo Voltaic (FSPV) project
Wind energy project
Biomass gasification projects across Kerala
Hydrogen Valley Innovation Cluster (HVIC) in Kerala

Sector: Renewable

 

  • Floating Solar Photo Voltaic (FSPV) also known as floatovoltaics is a solar PV application in which PV panels are designed and installed to float on waterbodies such as reservoirs, hydroelectric dams, industrial ponds, water treatment ponds, mining ponds, lakes, and lagoons. In this, solar panels are usually mounted upon a pontoon-based floating structure and to keep its locationfixed, floating structure is anchored and moored,
  • Recently there has been an interest in FSPV globally as well as in India. Further, it is also seen that if the capacity of FSPV deployment is scaled up, the tariff may also come down closer to the tariff discovered for ground-mounted solar PV.
  • Floating Solar Photo Voltaic (FSPV) project aimes to install solar panels on water bodies such as dams, reservoirs, and lakes to generate electricity. The project brief is to utilize the abundant water resources in Kerala to overcome the land constraints for solar power.

 

Investment Avenues

  • Infrastructure: Invest in floating solar panels and necessary infrastructure.
  • R&D: Explore innovative technologies for enhancing FSPV efficiency.
  • Maintenance Services:Invest in ongoing service and maintenance.
  • Energy Storage: Invest in efficient energy storage systems.
  • Grid Connectivity: Invest in secure grid connectivity solutions.

Estimated Project Cost

  • ~Rs 2000 Cr

Status of the Project

  • 517 MW of FSPV projects in the pipeline and Government
    of Kerala is inviting more proposal from investors

Incentive Support

  • Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (KSERC) has issued a tariff order for FSPV projects with a levelized tariff of Rs. 3.11 per kWh for 25 years

Nodal Department

Power Department and Agency for New and Renewable Energy Research and Technology (ANERT)

Contact

Managing Director
Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd
T.C.XI/266 Keston Road ,Kowdiar,Thiruvananthampuram-695003

Email:enquiry@ksidc.mail.org/ ipksidc@ksidcmail.org
Phone: 080 22267900

 

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

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Sector: Renewable

 

  • While Kerala is blessed with substantial wind potential, it has not been fully harnessed for effective utilization. According to an assessment by the Agency for Non-conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT), Kerala has an untapped wind energy potential of at least 2,000MW. Remarkably, around 1500MW power could be generated in Walayar and surrounding areas, promising a valuable opportunity for renewable energy development that should not be overlooked

 

Investment Avenues

  • Construction: Invest in development of new wind farms.
  • Equipment: Invest in wind turbine technologies and maintenance tools.
  • Maintenance: Invest in regular repair and maintenance services.
  • Technology: Invest in R&D for increased efficiency.
  • Energy Storage: Invest in efficient energy storage solutions.
  • Grid Infrastructure: Invest in grid connectivity and management.

Estimated Project Cost

  • ~Rs 2000 Cr

Status of the Project

  • Kerala has installed capacity of 70 MW of wind power as of
    30th April 2023.

Incentive Support

  • Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (KSERC) has issued a tariff order for wind projects with a levelized tariff of Rs. 3.14 per kWh for 25 years

Nodal Department

Power Department and Agency for New and Renewable Energy
Research and Technology (ANERT)

Contact

Managing Director
Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd
T.C.XI/266 Keston Road ,Kowdiar,Thiruvananthampuram-695003

Email:enquiry@ksidc.mail.org/ ipksidc@ksidcmail.org
Phone: 080 22267900

 

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

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Sector: Renewable

  • India is facing one of its most difficult challenges like any other rapidly developing country with its large quantities of waste being produced as a result of a fast economic growth and urbanisation. The growing population combined with the economic migration into the cities not only generates an ever increasing amount of waste, but also requires an increase in electrical power to meet the extra demand.
  • The current situation in the cities of Kerala is that, the existing waste disposal process is limited to just collection and surface dumping of the waste into uncontrolled sites. The environmental damage and risks to human health this activity creates are escalating on a daily basis.
  • Developed countries have over the past three decades mastered the art of converting waste to energy as an answer to the challenges of processing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) into a sustainable green energy source.
  • The technology and business model is very well established and rapidly growing across the globe and Biomass Gasification aims to convert biomass such as agricultural residues, wood waste, Solid Waster into and coconut shells into producer gas that can be used for power generation or heating applications

Investment Avenues

  • Project Development: Invest in planning and building new biomass
    gasification setups.
  • Biomass Supply: Secure investments to maintain a steady supply of biomass,potentially from energy crops or waste suppliers.
  • Technology: Invest in cutting-edge gasification technologies and devoteresources to ongoing research and development.
  • Infrastructure: Allocate investments for essential infrastructure such as gas storage, distribution systems, and grid connections.
  • Waste Management Partnerships: Establish partnerships with industries producing organic waste to ensure a consistent biomass supply

Estimated Project Cost

  • ~Rs 2000 Cr

Status of the Project

  • Kerala has installed capacity of 70 MW of wind power as of
    30th April 2023.

Incentive Support

  • Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission (KSERC) has issued a tariff order for bio mass gasification projects with a levelized tariff of Rs. 4.04 per kWh for 20 years

Nodal Department

Power Department and Agency for New and Renewable Energy Research and Technology (ANERT)

Contact

Managing Director
Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd
T.C.XI/266 Keston Road ,Kowdiar,Thiruvananthampuram-695003

Email:enquiry@ksidc.mail.org/ ipksidc@ksidcmail.org
Phone: 080 22267900

 

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

rightLeaf

Get to Know Us: Kerala's Investment Destination of Choice.

Exploring Kerala: Your Investment Journey Begins Here

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KSIDC

Our vision at Invest Kerala is to see the state emerge as a beacon of economic vitality and innovation on both national and global fronts. We aspire to create an environment where every investor's dreams can take root

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Sector: Renewable Energy Location: Kochi & Vizhinjam 

 

  • India is committed to achieving 500GW of installed electricity capacity from non-fossil fuel sources by 2030.So far, a total of 172.72 GW capacity from non-fossil fuel-based energy resources has been installed in the country. This includes 119.09 GW of Renewable Energy, 46.85 GW of Large Hydro, and 6.78 GW of Nuclear Power capacity. On the lines of Government of India, Kerala is strategically placed to achieve its 100% clean energy transition and net zero goals ahead of target (2050)

  • Government of Kerala has proposed A Hydrogen Valley - a defined geographical area wherehydrogen serves more than one end sector or application in mobility, industry, and energy. This valley typically covers all the necessary steps in the hydrogen value chain, from production(and often even dedicated renewable electricity production) to subsequent storage and its transport & distribution to various off-takers.

  • The project aims to demonstrate how the technology development in the entire value chain of hydrogen (production, storage, and transportation) as an energy vector fit together in an integrated system approach through industrial deployment at a small scale

Investment Avenues

  • Production: Invest in electrolyzer technologies and renewable energy for green
    hydrogen production.
  • Transportation: Develop safe, cost-effective hydrogen transportation methods
    and carriers.
  • Storage: Invest in advanced hydrogen storage solutions for safety and
    efficiency.
  • End-Usage: Deploy capital into varied hydrogen applications, including vehicle
    fuel cells and power generation.
  • Technology: Invest in R&D to enhance the efficiency of the entire hydrogen
    value chain.
  • Infrastructure: Develop infrastructure for hydrogen refueling stations and
    pipeline retrofitting.

Estimated Project Cost

  • ~Rs 2000 Cr

Status of the Project

  • Conceptualization stage

Incentive Support

  • Kerala Green Hydrogen Policy under finalization stage

Nodal Department

Power Department and Agency for New and Renewable Energy Research and Technology (ANERT)

Contact

Managing Director
Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation Ltd
T.C.XI/266 Keston Road ,Kowdiar,Thiruvananthampuram-695003

Email:enquiry@ksidc.mail.org/ ipksidc@ksidcmail.org
Phone: 080 22267900

 

Impact On The Economy

The growth of the IT sector has had a substantial impact on Kerala's economy. It has created numerous job opportunities, contributing to reduced unemployment rates. Additionally, the state's IT exports have been steadily increasing, adding to its revenue. As IT companies and startups flourish, they also attract investment, thereby further stimulating the economy.Kerala's IT sector is not just about software services; it has diversified into various niches. Some notable sectors include healthcare IT, cybersecurity, fintech, and e-governance. These niche areas cater to both domestic and international markets, generating revenue and employment opportunities.

rightLeaf

Get to Know Us: Kerala's Investment Destination of Choice.

Exploring Kerala: Your Investment Journey Begins Here

knowUsPic1
KSIDC

Our vision at Invest Kerala is to see the state emerge as a beacon of economic vitality and innovation on both national and global fronts. We aspire to create an environment where every investor's dreams can take root

Read More

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