POWER SYSTEM STATISTICS OF KSEB - KERALA: 19-02-2015

Max. Demand 3416 MW

Consumption 63.87 mu

Shortage 0.63 mu
Kerala Generation 19.51 mu Hydro 19.18 mu Drawal 44.36 mu
Idukki Reservoir Details
Level 722.07 m Eq.Energy 1381 mu inflow 0.93 mu
Idukki Generation 9.84 mu Last Year Level 720.79 m

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  • Seminar-State Level on 20 March 2015

    Date : 20 march 2015 , 8.30 am onwards

    Venue :ENGINEERS’  HOUSE, TC 26/1300, PANAVILA Jn, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

  • Two day Workshop on Solar Power plants for residential, Commercial & industrial utility – on and off-grid applications and latest Regulations on solar

    KSEB ENGINEERS’ ASSOCIATION, ERNAKULAM UNIT

     

    Two day Workshop on Solar Power plants for residential,

    Commercial & industrial utility – on and off-grid applications and latest Regulations on solar

    14 – 15February 2015, Hotel Royal Residency, Kakkanad, Ernakulam

     

    Theme:

     

    The Workshop will provide the design knowledge of standalone type and grid connected solar power generation system for domestic, commercial and industrial purpose, Selection criteria of inverters for Solar PV system for different requirements and also about the present regulations on Solar Power, RPO, REC, Norms for subsidy, etc .

     

    Programme:-

     

    First Day – Feb.14, 2015

    Registration – 10.00Hrs ~ 10.15Hrs

     

    Inaugural Session –             10.15Hrs ~ 10.30Hrs

    Work Shop Session – 10.30Hrs ~ 16.00Hrs

    1) Design of standalone type solar system

    For domestic purpose

    For commercial purpose

    2) Inverter for Solar PV System: Different types, Selection of criteria for different requirements

    Second Day – Feb.15, 2015

    Work Shop Session – 10.30Hrs ~ 16.00Hrs

    1) Design of Grid Connected Solar PV system

    For domestic purpose

    For commercial purpose

    For Industrial purpose

    2) Regulations on Solar Power, RPO, REC, Norms for subsidy, etc,

    **Lunch Break at 13.00Hrs ~ 14.00Hrs

    Whom to attend

     Selected members from KSEB Engineers’ Association units of Ernakulam, Alappuzha, Thrissur, Muvattupuzha, Kottayam, Idukki, Chittirapuram.

    Expert speakers

     

    Dr. H. Nagana Gouda BE, ME, MISTE, FIE, CE,Phd

    Director,  NTC for Solar Technology, KPTCL.

    Er. George C P,Deputy Chief Engineer, KSEB Ltd

     

     

    Contact details

     

    Er. George V James.

    Campaign & Programme committee convener (Central)

    KSEB Engineers’ Association

    Email: jamesgvk@hotmail.com

    Mob: +919447325400 ; +919446008353.

     

    Er. Pradeep K P.

    Chairman, KSEB EA Ernakulam Unit

    Email: kvppradeep@gmail.com

    Mob: +919847701391; +919446008367

     

    Er. Ritesh P R

    Secretary, KSEB EA Ernakulam Unit

    Email: prritesh@gmail.com

    Mob: +918589011101

  • The Special Seminar Series 2015 – Details

    Click here to Apply for the Special Seminar Series 2015

    VI th Seminar Series Competition- Trends and  Challenges in Smart Grid Technology

    Supported by : IEEE Power and Energy Society Kerala Section

    State Level >   During the  First Week of March 2015

    DistrictDate and TimeVenueLast Date for ApplicationResultRemarks
    Thiruvananthapuram
    20th February 9AMEngineers House Panavila ThiruvananthapuramI-Parvathi K U,Marian College of Engineering
    II-Krishnan Unni & Nikhila ,CET
    III- Rahul Charles C M,Govt. Engineering College Barton Hill, Tvm ( TRV )
    Eranakulam 26th February 2015, from 09:00 hrs Albertian Institute of science and Technology (AISAT), Kalamassery1) Ananthapadmanabhan A S , Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering Technology, EEE, S8.

    2) Geo Paul, Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering Technology, EEE, S8.



    Second Place







    1) Jayce Joseph, Viswajyothi college of Engineering & Technology, EEE, S6.

    2) Lis Mariya Roy, Viswajyothi college of Engineering & Technology, EEE, S6.y



    Third Place







    1) Sruthy K Das, Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering Technology, EEE, S8.

    2) Varsha K Lenin, Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering Technology, EEE, S8.
    Er. Jose.M.V, Programme coordinator, Phone: +91 9946100461
    Thrissur21st February 2015, from 09:30 hrs Hotel Moti Mahal,ThrissurFirst Place: ROSMY VARGHESE & SMIYA JOHNSON PUTHIRI,Jyothi Engineering College, Cheruthuruthy, Thrissur ( JEC ),

    Second Place:ARJUN R &SANGEETH BALU K,Nehru College of Engineering And Research Centre ( NCE )
    Third Place:SWETHA SATHYAN &MANEESHA MOHANDAS,Sahrdaya College of Engineering and Technology, Kodakara, Thrissur (SHR)
    contact: 9446618727
    Calicut20th February 2015, from 09:00 hrs Govt Engineering College, Kozhikodecontact: 9847599946
    Kottayam 27th February, 2015,from 09:00 hrs Saint Gits College of Engineering, Pathamuttom, KottayamFirst Place :
    Amal Shibu and Akhil Benny Varghese,
    Saint Gits Collegeof Engg.,Pathamuttom

    Second Place:
    Sebastian Thomas Thekkekkara and Ranjith S.
    Govt Rajiv Gandhi Institue of Tech, Kottayam(RIT)

    Third Place:
    Sofia K Kuncheria and Ashna Habeeb
    Saint Gits College of Engg. ,Pathamuttom
    Mahesh T.
    Unit Secretary
    KSEB Engineers' Association
    Kottayam
    9495600714
    Alappuzha23rd February 2015, from 09:00 hrs S.V.N. College of Engineering,
    Kattachira,Pallikkal, ( 1.5 KM from KP road) Kayamkulam
    First Place:
    RANJEET KUMAR & Vedprakash ,Cochin University College of Engineering Kuttanad
    Second Place:
    ANUP KUMAR V &ATHIRA VENUGOPAL,College of Engineering Chengannur
    contact: 9496008688,9447431132,
    Kollam24rd February 2015, from 09:00 hrs Bishop Jerome Engineering College, KollamFIRST: Anjana S
    T K M Institute of Technology
    Kollam
    SECOND :Treesa Maria Joseph &Suja N
    T K M College of Engineering
    THIRD:Abhiram S &
    Krishna S
    Bishop Jerome Institute of Technology


    9446009286
    Pathanamthitta24rd February 2015, from 09:00 hrs IHRD College of Engineering , AdoorFirst :MADHAVANUNNI A N & SHIBINA S , College of Engineering , Adoor
    Second: RINU JOHN GEORGE &POOJA VIJAYAN,, College of Engineering , Adoor
    ChithirapuramCollege of Engineering, Munnar
    Palaghat3rd March 2015, from 09:00 hrs
    Kannur1. First prize- Mrs. Revathy .N E and Farhana K , S6 ECE, GEC Kannur
    2.Second Prize. Mr. Shijil Babu and Amith Chakraborty , S6 EEE, GEC kannur1.
    Kasaragod26 th February 2015, from 09:00 hrs Sadguru Swami Nithyananda Institute of Technology (SSNIT), KanhangadContact: 9496011488

     

    Trends and Challenges in Smart Grid Technology

    Electricity is the most versatile and widely used form of energy and global demand is growing continuously. The electrical power system was built up over more than a century. It is now one of the most effective components of the infrastructure on which modern society depends. It delivers electrical energy to industry, commercial and residential consumers. To satisfy both the increasing demand for power and the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, we need an electric system that can handle these challenges in a sustainable, reliable and economic way. Today, existing grids are under pressure to deliver the growing demand for power, as well as provide a stable and sustainable supply of electricity. These complex challenges are driving the evolution of Smart Grid technologies.

    Smart Grid is a modernized and evolved electrical grid that uses analogue or digital information and communications technology to gather and act on information, such as information about the behaviors of suppliers and consumers, in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustainability of the production and distribution of electricity.

    The Smart Grid represents an unprecedented opportunity to move the energy industry into a new era and will contribute to our economic and environmental health. The benefits associated with the Smart Grid include:

    • More efficient transmission of electricity
    • Quicker restoration of electricity after power disturbances
    • Reduced operations and management costs for utilities, and ultimately lower power costs for consumers
    • Reduced peak demand, which will also help lower electricity rates
    • Increased integration of large-scale renewable energy systems
    • Better integration of customer-owner power generation systems, including renewable energy systems
    • Improved security

    Smart grids will make use of new design concepts and advanced materials in system components like transformers and circuit breakers to improve efficiency, safety and operational performance. Widespread use of power electronic devices will help maximize performance of existing assets and make the grid more resilient in the event of disruptions. In general, smart grid technology can be grouped into five key areas; Integrated communications, Sensing and measurement which includes Smart meters and Phasor measurement units, Advanced components like Distributed power flow control and Smart power generation using advanced components, Advanced control and Improved interfaces and decision support. Implementation of smart grids will lead to reliable operation and effective performance of distributed generations based on renewable energy resources, as well as enabling better use of existing power stations and improving the efficiency of industries. Moreover, this technology causes better operation of power grids and addresses the power quality issues through using advanced controllers, power electronic equipments and economical and managerial decisions making

    Electrical systems will undergo a major evolution, improving reliability and reducing electrical losses, capital expenditures and maintenance costs. The smart grid is the future for electrical systems, as it is designed to meet the four major electricity requirements of our global society: capacity, reliability, efficiency and sustainability.

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