December 29, 2014

Tata Power’s Club Enerji rolls out the 2015 edition of ‘Energy Q’ with the announcement of city-level winners

City winners to compete at the Grand Finale on January 16, 2014
More than 561 students from 187 schools across six cities to participate

National: Club Enerji, Tata Power's nationwide energy conservation programme, today announced the city champions of its national quiz Energy Q 2015. Energy Q is an annual property that enables the Club to propagate its message of energy and resource conservation in a fun and engaging manner. Twenty seven winners from 5 states have been selected at the city level of the quiz.

A total of 62 schools and 186 students from 7th and 8th standard participated in the preliminary round from Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad. Post the city finals in Mumbai on the 13th of January, the winners of these 6 cities would further compete at the Grand Finale of National Quiz & Carnival on 16th January, 2014. During the city finals, the students enthralled the audience with their knowledge on Energy conservation, Science and General Knowledge. Principals, teachers and energy mentors of the participating schools also shared experiences on their long association with Club Enerji.

Speaking about the initiative, Anil Sardana, managing director, Tata Power, said, "Club Enerji's Energy-Q brings together teams across India and provides them a platform to showcase their zeal in the area of energy conservation and resource conservation. It is really wonderful to see the enthusiasm with which the students participated in the quiz, and the extent of their knowledge on things related to energy conservation and environment preservation. We would like to congratulate all the winners, and thank all the schools for lending their full support and whole hearted participation in the competition."

The Club Enerji Programme has reached out to over 400 schools in India and has sensitised over 7 million citizens, who in turn have helped save more than 11.2 MUs of electricity till date. This is equivalent to saving 11,200 tonnes of CO2, and is enough to light up over 5,200 houses for a year. The Club also has 1,150 self-sustaining Mini Club Enerjis and has won several national and international accolades.