Kerala’s fight against climate change
Vision 2030 – Kerala to be Carbon Neutral
To Solarize 1 Lakh Homes in Kerala by 2030
Comorin Solar is working on an ambitious effort to deliver the promise — To Solarize 1 Lakh Homes in Kerala by 2030 & make KERALA – the Gods Own Country in SUSTAINABILITY
Climate change is a real and undeniable threat to our entire civilization. The effects are already visible in Kerala and will be catastrophic unless we act now. Through our Education, Innovation and Awareness to our climate commitments, we can make the necessary changes to protect the planet.
For a Livable Climate: Net Zero Commitments must be backed by credible Action. To keep Warming to 1.5 degrees, Cut Emissions by atleast 45 per cent compared to 2010 levels.
THINGS TO DO
- Switch to Electric Scooters and Electric Cars, Autos
- Install Solar Systems at your home, office and offset your carbon emissions. You can calculate your carbon footprint and purchase climate credits
- Buy eco-friendly products. Read the packaging to see if products are produced in an eco-friendly way.
- Composting food scraps can reduce climate impact while also recycling nutrients.
- Recycle paper, glass, plastic, metal and old electronics.
- Choose reusable products. Use an eco-bag for shopping and a reusable water bottle or a cup to reduce your plastic waste.
- Bike, walk or take public transport. Save the car trips for when you’ve got a big group.
- Consume less meat and become vegetarian for one day a week. The meat production industry has a huge impact on the environment.
Smart Cities – Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram
Kerala’s Renewable Energy Ambition
- World’s first Solar Airport – CIAL, Kochi
- India’s first floating Solar power plant – Bana Sura Sagar Wayanad
- World’s largest Residential Solar programme by KSEB
- Top state with maximum Electric Car Sales in India
- Largest adopter of Bio-Gas plants
- Highest Power Generation from Hydro-Electric Plants
- India’s first 100% Electrified State