Power Minister K Krishnankutty will meet CM Pinarayi Vijayan on August 24 to decide on the extreme step of load-shedding if the crisis doesn't end.
KSEB has managed to keep the lights and air-conditioners on in our houses by drawing more power from the southern transmission grid than is allotted.
Minister K Krishnankutty said the state imposed a 15-minute power cut only on Thursday.
The meeting came in the wake of several states warning of a possible power crisis due to the shortage of coal supply to power plants.
Though Kerala is largely dependent on hydro-electric projects for the generation of electricity, there is chance of the State getting reduced power allocation from the Central pool owing to the coal crisis.
Power producers and distributors have warned of blackouts as generation units are running coal as low as two days.
The state may try to tide over power deficit with the launch of a new transmission line and purchase from the open market.