National Energy Conservation Day

Dec 15, 2014 12:57 IST

National energy conservation day is observed by everyone in India every year on 14th of December. The Energy Conservation Act in India was implemented by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) in 2001. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency is a legal organization which serves under the Government of India and assists in the improvement of policies and strategies so as to lessen the utilization of energy. The Energy Conservation Act in India desires to utilize the expert, specialized and optimistic managers and auditors who are qualified in running the energy, projects, policy study, finance or executing the energy competence projects.

National energy conservation day in India is organized to alert public about the significance of energy and saving or conserving more energy by utilizing less of it. The correct meaning of energy conservation is using less energy by lessening the wastage of energy. Effective utilization of energy is extremely relevant to safeguard it for the further necessity. Energy conservation must be ingrained in the attitude of every individual to obtain extra outcome towards the strategy of conserving energy. Energy conservation is the single method which assists in substituting the non-renewable resources of energy with the renewable ones.

All individuals of our country must know regarding the use of effective energy, the method to safeguard the energy for their own future wellbeing and various other ways. They must pursue every rules, regulations and policies executed by Indian government so as to assist the efficiency of energy. People of India can directly contribute to the movement of lessening energy wastage across the 11th Five Year Plan period. Young ones are the future of the nation who would get affirmative changes and increase the economic state of the nation.

How National Energy Conservation Day is Celebrated

In order to make the movement of national energy conservation more efficient and extraordinary across the country, many energy conservation contests are held by the government or other organizations around the localities of common individuals as they are the important objective of the movement. These comprise:

  • Painting contests
  • Making posters
  • Writing slogans, etc.

Objectives of National Energy Conservation Day

National energy conservation day is observed each year with the help of specific topic of the year focusing on important objectives and goals to spread the necessary message throughout the nation. Few of the relevant objectives are:

  • It is observed to spread the significance of energy conservation in every phase of life.
  • Endorsing the method of energy conservation procedure by conducting various events like discussions, conferences, debates, workshops, competitions and etc across the country.
  • Endorse individuals for less energy utilization by avoiding the wastage and unnecessary uses.
  • Inspire individuals for effective energy utilisation so as to lessen the energy consumption and check the energy loss.