Submitted on 13 November 2020

Rupees in crores


Project Name

Project Cost

Project status

Mode of Implementation

Expenditure incurred till FY 2020

FY 2021
(Actual)

FY 2021
(Projected)

FY 2022

FY 2023

FY 2024

FY 2025

Physical Progress

Financial Progress

Source of Funding PPP/State/Central support/others

Project Details / Status

Reconstruction of SCB at Cochin Port for Handling Chemicals

19.19

Under implementation

EPC
Contract

Nil

0.37

3.27

15.92

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

Central support

In progress

Developing Additional Infrastructure for New Cochin Port Cruise Terminal

10.30

Under implementation

Percentage Basis Contract

Nil

2.44

6.57

3.73

Nil

Nil

Nil

52%

23.70%

Central support

In progress

 

Project Name

Project cost

Project Status

Mode of Implementation

Financial Progress

Physical Progress

Source of  Funding

Project Details/Status

Development of International Ship Repair Facility (ISRF) at Willingdon Island under Private Sector Participation

Rs.970 cr

Work in progress

Lease Model with Revenue Share
 

65.9

74.5%

M/s.CSL  own Source

This is a continuing project started on 09-01-2018.  Overall completion date of project is 09-01-2023.

Installation of 2 MW of Solar Plants.

Rs.9 Crores

Yet to be started

Ministry of Port Shipping and Waterways Sagarmala

Nil

Nil

Ministry of Port Shipping and Waterways, Sagarmala

There is a proposal to provide floating solar panels at Puthuvyppin area with the request from Sagarmala..

 Up gradation of power supply distribution and  Automation in feeder/distribution  system at Vallarpadam Substation as per the PPP operator and IOCL  for their additional load requirement.

Rs. 5 Crores

Yet to be stared

Funded by PPP operators

Nil

Nil

Funded by PPP operators

As per the PPP operators’ requirement

Shore supply to cruise vessels  berthed at port.

Rs. 10 Crores

Yet to be started

Ministry of Port Shipping and Waterways,Sagarmala

Nil

Nil

Ministry of Port Shipping and Waterways, Sagarmala

By providing power supply to cruise vessels, carbon foot printing can be reduced.

Replacing of conventional  lamps fittings with LED fittings

Rs.60 lakhs

Commenced

Internal source/Funds from Tourism master plan

30%

30%

Internal source/Funds from Tourism master

Replacing conventional lights with LED is a part of the Tourism Master Plan to transform Willingdon Island into a Tourism Hub.

Last updated :: 08/02/2021, -10:46