Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate and lay the muse stone of key initiatives of energy and concrete sectors in poll-bound Kerala at the moment through video conferencing. PM Modi will inaugurate 320 KV Pugalur (Tamil Nadu) – Thrissur (Kerala) energy transmission undertaking, noting that it’s a voltage supply convertor (VSC) primarily based excessive voltage direct present (HVDC) undertaking and has India’s first HVDC hyperlink that includes state-of-the-art VSC expertise.
Constructed at a value of Rs 5,070 crore, it’s going to facilitate switch of 2000 MW energy from the western area and assist meet the expansion in load for the folks of Kerala. This VSC primarily based system options integration of HVDC XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene) cable with overhead traces which saves right-of-way in addition to has 35-40 per cent much less land footprint in comparison with standard HVDC system.
PM can even dedicate to the nation the 50 MW Kasaragod solar energy undertaking, which has been developed below the nationwide photo voltaic vitality mission. Arrange over 250 acres of land unfold throughout Paivalike, Meenja and Chippar villages of Kasaragod district, it has been constructed with the central authorities’s funding of round Rs 280 crore.
Amongst different initiatives, he’ll lay the muse stone of the built-in command and management centre at Thiruvananthapuram. Projected to be constructed at a value of Rs 94 crore, it’s being set as much as host sensible options for Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Company, and can act as a typical level of motion throughout emergency conditions to facilitate coordinated motion.
Apart from, he can even lay the muse stone of the sensible roads undertaking in Thiruvananthapuram, which has an estimated price of Rs 427 crore and envisages changing 37 km of present roads within the state’s capital to world class sensible roads by bringing all overhead utilities beneath and enterprise street and junction enhancements.
The prime minister can even inaugurate the 75 MLD (million litres per day) water therapy plant at Aruvikkara, constructed below the AMRUT Mission.