Will have to enforce loadshedding if no rain: Aryadan
Kate 05 July 2014 0 comments
Aryadan Muhammed said that loadshedding will be enforced if Kerala does not receive rain.
Aryadan Muhammed, The Minister for Electricity and Transport said in a press conference that if Kerala does not recieve enough rainfall, KSEB will have to enforce loadshedding. According to him water there is only enough water for about 30-35 of production. He added that consumption of electricity is increasing as there is more sunlight and heat instead of rain and cloudy skies
Weather officials, though, were not sounding the alarm bells yet, saying this year’s monsoon could still be plenty. Usually, the four-month rainy season begins from June 1 but this year it was forecast to hit the Kerala coast on June 5, give or take five days. But still kerala has recieved very much rain compared to the previous year which broke many records in kerala's rainfall.