Mumbai| June 14|
Club Enerji, Tata Power’s pan India resource and energy conservation initiative, which has been spreading awareness about resource conservation across the country has achieved a significant milestone of saving 17.25 million units of electricity, equivalent to saving 17000 tons of CO2, by sensitising more than 12.8 million citizens across 11 locations in Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Pune, Bangalore, Lonavala, Maithon, Belgaum, Jamshedpur and Ranchi, read a statement issued by the company.
Since 2007, Club Enerji has created more than 195216 Energy Champions and 241917 Energy Ambassadors among school students of over 500 schools and has created 1337 Mini Clubs all over India saving overall 2.5 million units and sensitised close to 3.5 million citizens in 2015-16 with an objective to impact a larger group of IT skilled children with a vision to transform by adopting a holistic and robust approach towards conservation. The online module helped Club Enerji reach audiences in newer countries like Philippines, UAE, US, UK and South Africa and cities like Chandigarh, Hyderabad and Chennai.
Today, Club Enerji has become a holistic movement to save energy and natural resources. Club Enerji banks on the youth of the nation and has essentially worked towards curbing energy wastage, there by mitigating emission of greenhouse gases that lead to global warming and climate change.
Speaking on the initiative, Anil Sardana, CEO & Managing Director, Tata Power, said, “We have always been committed to the cause of saving energy and propagating resource conservation practices since its inception .I take this opportunity to thank all the students, schools and our Club Enerji team for supporting Tata Power in its efforts to save our planet and light up lives for the years to come.”
As part of its initiatives, Club Enerji also organised activities for the school students like nature trails and visits to Tata Power Mahseer hatchery in Lonavala to increase awareness on its conservation projects and also provide practical knowledge about the environment.