Imparts energy & resource conservation skills amongst them by saving over 49,000 MUs
Pune, February 08, 2019: Club Enerji, an energy & resource conservation programme by Tata Power has always played an integral part in promoting conversations around resource conservation amongst students. With an aim to develop a self-sustained community for over a decade now, the Pune leg of ‘Club Enerji’ sensitized over 5 lakh students by saving 49,000 MUs. The programme reached out to students across 12 schools in FY2018-19 imparting conservation skills amongst them.
Since its inception in 2007, Club Enerji has reached out to more than 533 schools nationwide, sensitizing over 19.34 million citizens and saving more than 25 million units of energy. With over 1,526 Mini Clubs the initiative so far has 2, 38,385 Energy Champions, and 2,83,473 Energy Ambassadors to its credit.
Ms Shalini Singh, Chief-Corporate Communications & Sustainability, Tata Power, said, “By building an entity like ‘Club Enerji’, Tata Power has contributed towards nation building across different cities by propagating the message of energy & resource conservation amongst students. We are glad to initiate and execute energy saving activities by encouraging participation in schools with each passing year.”
Club Enerji organizes various activities like nature trails and visits to the Tata Mahseer hatcheries for the students, in order to increase awareness on its bio-diversity and conservation programs. Club Enerji also has an online module spread across UAE, US, UK, and South Africa, and Indian cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Ajmer, and Bengaluru. Club Enerji today has become a holistic movement to save energy and natural resources. Through its various modules, children all around the country are growing into responsible citizens and proactive leaders of the future.
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