KSEB plans global tender for conversion of diesel power plants to LNG stations

Kerala State Electricity Board Limited (KSEBL) has planned to explore the possibility of converting the dysfunctional diesel power plants —Brahmapuram and Kozhikode— to LNG stations using the existing infrastructure facilities.

KSEBL is looking to to invite a global tender to carry forward the proposal. The Kozhikode diesel power plant and Brahmapuram diesel power plant have an installed capacity of 128 MW and 106.6 MW respectively. Both the plants failed to meet the purpose owing to the increase in cost of power generation using low sulphur heavy stock.

 

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