- The Kochi Municipal Corporation committed to increase its Share of renewable energy in primary energy mix in Community by 5% by 2020
- The target is going to be reached by activities in Electricity, Heating & cooling and Industry sector.
5% Energy efficiency improvement by 2020
1.Improved fuel-use efficiency of public transport;Load increase by having a centrally managed organisation dispatching metro
cars with varied demand-based frequency;
2. Potentially a fuel switch to low carbon fuels
3. Reduction in road congestion and improvement in speed of vehicular road traffic.
4 Increase share of public transport - mode switching due to the availability of a more efficient and attractive public transport system.
The Countrys first solar Ferry boat "Adithya" was launched in the 2.5-km Vaikom- Tavvanakadavu sector, the state government sought Central Financial Assistance to roll out 10 more such passenger boats as part of the existing fleet of diesel boats with solar powered ones. The State Water Transport Department will daily operate 22 scehdules of the solar ferry between 7 am and 7 pm. during peak hours, the boat which has 78 roof top solar panels will conduct services at a 10 minute time interval and 15 minutes at other times.Read More Read Less
KMRL and Hero Solar Energy (P) Ltd had signed the power purchase agreement (PPA) for 4MW solar power as part of the Metro project.
After inviting tenders, the works were awarded to Hero Solar for a cost of Rs 5.51 per unit for the next 25 years. The rooftop project is being implemented through Renewable Energy Service Company (RESCO) model, where the vendor would do the complete investment of nearly Rs 27 crore as well as the operation and maintenance, and KMRL will buy the power from the vendor.
The contribution of aviation industry towards green house gas emission is getting attention all over the world. The carbon footprint of airport can be reduced by substituting the conventional source of energy with solar PV based power generation.The 12 MWp solar powered airport commissioned by Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL).The average performance ratio (PR) of the plant is 86.56% and corresponding capacity utilisation factor (CUF) is 20.12% with final yield of 1984.1h.The economic and environmental analyses of
the solar powered Cochin airports confirms its effectiveness in reducing the carbon footprint, leading to
virtually zero emission, clean and green sustainable airport.
The proposed solid waste treatment plant at Brahmapuram capable of processing 500 tonnes of waste material daily will adopt the waste-to-energy technology model based on the incineration method.The waste-to-energy technology is expected to provide help in converting the non-recyclable and combustible portion of the waste to electricity. It will also reduce the amount of material sent to landfills besides preventing contamination of air and water.The project will be implemented under a DBFOT (design, build, finance, operate and transfer) pattern in the public-private participatory mode.Read More Read Less
These training programs are targeted for Government Agencies, Architects, Builders, Consultants, Project Managers, Interior Designers, Building Contractors, Green Building Equipment and Product Manufacturers, Institutions, etc. The main objective of this training programme is to share best practices on Green Buildings and impart knowledge on Green Building concepts & LEED India NC rating system. The training programs cover Introduction to Green Buildings, Sustainable Sites, Energy Efficiency, Water Efficiency, Material and resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Green Building Case Studies. The participatnts can enormously get benefitted by Exposure to Green Building Design Strategies, Acquire Knowledge on IGBC Green Building Rating Systems, Get equipped to appear for IGBC AP ExamRead More Read Less
The Cochin Municipal Corporation has selected the stretch between Thevara junction and Thoppumpady bridge along the new Venduruthy bridge for the installation of the lamps. Energy Management Center(EMC), Thiruvanathapuram provided 100 LED lamps alongwith one auto timer for this stretch. The LED lamps are installed on a pilot basis and monitored. If proved successful, the CMC has plans to roll it out on a larger scale. The LED light consumes 80 watt compare to the normal 200 watt CFL lampsRead More Read Less
The Ernakulam district unit of the Agency for Non-Conventional Energy and Rural Technology (ANERT) is the roof-top solar home plant scheme being supported by the Union and State governments.Under this programe the cochin Muncipality has completed 566kWp Hybrid system and 600 kWp on grid power plants has been installed in the jurisdiction Cochin Muncipality.Read More Read Less
The pace of growth and development in India has pushed the demand for energy and resourcesin parallel. With more than 30% of the total population in India residing in cities, the need to
satiate energy requirements of these burgeoning centers of demand is crucial to sustainable development. The ‘Development of Solar Cities’ programme by Ministry of New and
Renewable Energy (MNRE), Government of India is aimed at creating self-sustaining cities by leveraging the immense solar potential through renewable energy and several other energy
efficiency projects in order to curb conventional energy demand by 10% in the next five years. Envisioned as a roadmap for Indian cities to chart their individual path of sustainable development encompassing formulation of renewable energy and energy efficiency strategies, this Master Plan is developed in support from the MNRE to provide a direction for development of solar cities in India.
1. Can treat any Waste including non-biodegradable, bio-medical, plastics, toxic chemicals, e-wastes and other hazardous wastes.
2. Syngas generated is cleaner than natural gas. Fully complies with Pollution Control Norms.
3.Small foot print: Plant size of 40T/day needs only one acre of land.
4.Continuous Feed and Process, without necessity for storage.
Efficient and effective for smaller sized multiple on-site plants saving on energy, transportation (inconvenience to public) and storage.
5.Syngas can be converted to Electricity, to generate approximately 20,000 units/day from a 40 Tons plant.
6. ROI in 2 to 5 years.
7.Safe operation at atmospheric pressure, produces CO2 and Water Vapour, with very minimal ash and metals for recovery.
The Kochi Municipal Corporation has reported 1 Community emission inventory, since 2017. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2017, the are identified as key emission sources.
Mayor Smt. Soumini JainKochi Municipal Corporation, India