Kerala Electricity Board to Give Seed Money to 6 Startup Ideas

The state run electricity board in Kerala has earmarked Rs 1.5 cr to fund innovative ideas in the power sector.

State run electricity board in Kerala has earmarked Rs 1.5 cr to fund innovative ideas in the power sector. This year, the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) selected 6 projects to fund.

The projects were selected form 41 applications. The following startups were selected

  • Automatic Power Machine developed by Varun Kurup
  • Eco Solar Water Pump by Surish
  • Drive and Rack System for Ocean by Shaji V V
  • Floating Solar Plant by Ajay
  • Hydrogen Stove by Vimal Gopal
  • Energy from Flowing Water by Durga Prasad. (Source)

The Startup Village runs a program called Energy Open Innovation Zone (EOIZ) which provides financial and tech support to innovations in the power sector.

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