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KSIDC to set up first waste-to-energy plant in Kozhikode

Wednesday, 29 May 2019
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The Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) has been tasked with setting up seven waste-to-energy plants in the state. The first plant will be set up at Njeliyanparama in Kozhikode on the 12.67 acre plot that the Kozhikode Corporation has leased out to it.

KSIDC will execute the project at a cost of Rs 250 crore with the help of a consortium led by Bengaluru-based Zonta Infratech. The consortium will carry out construction and execution of the project.

The plant will start functioning in two years. The proposed plant will have a capacity to process 300 tonne of solid waste on a daily basis and convert it into electricity. The plant will benefit Koyilandy, Feroke and Ramanattukara municipalities, Olavanna, Kunnamangalam and Kadalundi panchayats and the Kozhikode Corporation.

The waste will be processed using the controlled combustion method in which the waste will be burned at a very high temperature. The steam produced thus will be used to work the turbines to produce electricity.

The electricity will be handed over to the Kerala State Electricity Board at the rates fixed by the Electricity Regulatory Commission. The other waste-to-energy plants in the state are coming up in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Thrissur, Palakkad, Kannur and Malappuram districts.

 
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