Tamil Nadu government allocates Rs.100 crore to strengthen water resources across the state- Newsletter from 'The Resource and Information Network for the Coasts (TRINET)', February 2013

The February edition of the newsletter from 'The Resource and information networks for the coasts (TRINET)' highlights Madurai's initiative for solar power, Kerala's free technical assistance provisions along with Mumbai's new coastal zone management plan.

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The February edition of the TRINet has the following highlights: 

The city corporation of Madurai decides to power all the parks with solar energy.

  • The importance of reviewing and reworking on solar power policy before it enters into its second phase.
  • The Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) provide free technical assistance to domestic consumers in the state for selection, installation and operation of rooftop solar panels.
  • Shifting to solar power proves to be uneconomical for industrialists.
  • Ahmedabad-based Space Application Centre (SAC) will prepare the digitized coastal zone management plan for state's 1,600-km-long coastline.
  • The field survey for the new coastal zone management plan for Mumbai is completed.
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