The National Energy Conservation Day has been celebrated every year on 14th December, since 1991. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), under the Ministry of Power, aims to present India’s stellar achievement in cost-efficient energy production and resource conservation.
The day is a reminder of India’s commitment to clean energy and combating climate change. The objective to celebrate National Energy Conservation Day is to drive mass awareness about the importance of energy efficiency and conservation and also to encourage people to use it efficiently and spread awareness of global warming. As a part of its awareness campaign, awards are distributed annually on this day in 56 sub-sectors of the country to recognize achievements in energy efficiency. The National Energy Conservation Award program commends the effort of the industry, institutions, and establishments ranging from power plants to hostels to shopping malls.
India’s development sectors are increasing, which leads to an increase in the demand for energy. It is expected that India’s resource requirements will double by the year 2030. The BEE strategizes and develops by advocating the adoption of efficient measures for energy use.
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