Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala State Electricity Board has confirmed that there would be no load shedding in Kerala till July 31. A board meeting will be convened on August 1 to analyse the situation and decide on the further procedures to be followed.
The decision was taken in a meeting convened on Monday to review the power generation, distribution, usage and further actions required. The decision against load shedding was taken as the water level in the dams have gone up.
There is no crisis relating to power generation until July 31. The power generated in the state and that bought from outside would be enough to provide for this month.
The India Meteorological department has predicted more rains than normal from August second half at places near to the power plants. If so, there would be no requirement for power restriction, the board evaluated.