Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Re: [] Tata Power to generate 5 MW each from geothermal, solar plants in Gujarat


Dear friends.
You all agree that Kerala has got more summer then why do not start installing solar panels in your own house and produce electricity for your use and the excess can be sold to state. It is easy to install on the terrace of your house.  You need not want to make a huge investment, neither any plant.  Tata is manufacturing and exporting the Solar cells to other countries then why do not we start using it.  It will be the cheapest electricity.

From: Gangadharan Nair N <>
To: Keralites <>
Sent: Wednesday, 5 June 2013, 2:15
Subject: Re: [] Tata Power to generate 5 MW each from geothermal, solar plants in Gujarat

Thanks Mr Abraham. You have rightly expressed the present conditions in our State.
For any innovative ideas we need a team of intelligent & hard working people with a dynamic leadership.
Sorry we do not have such a team in Kerala. At the same time we go out of our State and perform very well.

Gangadharan Nair

On 4 June 2013 12:12, Abraham P.c. <> wrote:
Kerala has not much of barn, open (desert) space like Gujarat. We have more rain as they have long summer.

Our garbage can be converted to gas and to energy. The cost of such project will be less, when we reduce the expense we make for garbage disposal from the total Project cost.+The remains after the treatment will be good organic fertilizer and the income by selling it also can be reduced from the total cost. + The money spent for epidemic due to garbage problem also to be reduced from the cost of project. The total cost of energy production may come to ZERO. Unfortunately, we have people in the section with ZERO Vision and Motivation. Abraham   

From: Anil Pullur <>
To: "" <>
Sent: Monday, 3 June 2013 11:49 AM
Subject: Re: [] Tata Power to generate 5 MW each from geothermal, solar plants in Gujarat

Why KSEB is not thinking of such projects? Why they (KSEB officials & Minister) are illiterate (Unware) regarding technologies around the world?
They are not intersted as they (the party) does not have any income from it. 

From: Pramod Agrawal <>
Sent: Saturday, June 1, 2013 11:23 AM
Subject: [] Tata Power to generate 5 MW each from geothermal, solar plants in Gujarat
why it can not be done in Kerala? Because CPM Govt. its goonda element will not like any development in Kerala state..
Tata Power to generate 5 MW each from geothermal solar plants in Gujarat
Gandhinagar, June 3 Tata Power Company Ltd plans to produce 5 MW of power, each from geothermal and solar power plants in Gujarat, with an investment of Rs 200 crore. It is exploring various options in this regard.
Strengthening its renewable energy portfolio, the company had signed a memorandum of understanding with the Gujarat Government during the Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors' Summit (VGGIS), in January, to explore the possibility of setting up a 5-MW geothermal power plant in phase one at a suitable location in the State.
Similarly, the company had also signed another MoU for developing a 5-MW solar photo-voltaic (PV) power plant. Tata Power had proposed investments of Rs 100 crore in solar as well as geothermal projects.
These MoUs were part of the Rs 1.10 lakh crore worth of investments promised during the event for renewable power sources.
A company spokesperson told Business Line from Mumbai that post the agreements (MoUs), various options are being explored. Tata Power would be producing 25 per cent of its electricity from renewable, carbon-neutral sources by 2017. With an installed capacity of 2,300 MW, it currently produces about 16 per cent of electricity from green energy sources such as hydro and wind power. Geothermal energy is the natural heat found within the earth, where temperature increases with depth, typically by 10-50 degree Celsius/km.
In Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) technology, heat is extracted from granites located at a depth of more than 4,000 metres by circulating water through them in an engineered artificial reservoir. The heated water returns to the surface under pressure and is converted into electricity via a heat exchanger and conventional geothermal power plant.
Tata Power's presence in solar includes Tata BP Solar India Ltd, which is a joint venture with BP Solar, one of the largest solar companies in the world.
Tata BP Solar is a market leader in solar PV technology in India with a turnover of Rs 660 crore. Nearly 75 per cent of its sales come from exports largely to Europe and the U.S. Its growth plans include expansion of its module manufacturing facility and thrust on domestic sales.v
Ln.P.K. Agrawal

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