Tata Power’s Club Enerji is focused on school students to champion the noble cause of conservation of resources and moral and civic values thereby supplementing the cause of nation building. The Club has been ceaselessly working towards creating responsible citizens of tomorrow who focus not only on conserving energy and natural resources (like fossil fuel; coal; oil and gas; water; managing waste; afforestation), but also conserve civic, ethical and moral values in society at large.
Tata Power started ‘Tata Power Club Enerji’ in 2007 to propagate efficient usage of energy and to educate the society on climate change issues. Club Enerji covers 500 schools across Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Belgaum, Jamshedpur, Lonavala and five more cities.
For the year 2015-16, Club Enerji covered 280 schools across 12 cities and sensitised 2.5 million citizens on energy and resource conservation, saving more than 3.5 million units.
Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Anil Sardana, MD & CEO, Tata Power, said “We are very proud that our Club Enerji initiative is making progress. This year we reached out to 280 more schools and have successfully saved 3.5 million units. Conservation of energy and natural resources is imperative to provide security to our future generations. It is hence a matter of immense pride that the present generation is taking efforts for the future generation.”
The Company has further scaled up the magnitude of this initiative by launching an online module of the Club Enerji programme in 2015. The objective of this initiative was to reach out to a larger audience and impact a larger group of IT skilled children with a vision to transform by adopting a holistic and robust approach towards conservation. Tata Power Club Enerji also reaches out to school children through various interactive mediums and sensitizes them on the need to conserve power and resources.
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