May 15, 2017

Tata Power's Club Enerji sensitises over three million people across the country and saves 3.6 MUs of electricity in FY16-17

  • Around 3.6 million units (MUs) of electricity saved
  • More than three million people sensitised
  • 43,169 energy champions and 41,556 energy ambassadors created throughout the year
  • Over 3,500 tonnes of CO2 saved
  • Over 1,526 mini clubs formed

School students at a tree plantation drive
National: Tata Power's nationwide resource and energy conservation movement, Club Enerji, has been relentlessly spreading awareness about resource conservation across the country through its theme of national building. In FY16-17, the Club Enerji movement has cumulatively reached out to over three million people across the country, and has saved 3.6 MUs of electricity. Through sensitisation initiatives across six cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Pune and Bengaluru – Club Enerji engaged with the consumers through rallies, cleanliness and plantation drives, street plays, and competitions.

In 2016, the initiative launched a new online module on disaster management to have widespread awareness around precautionary measures against calamities.

Since its inception in 2007, Club Enerji has been active in over 500 schools and has created 1,526 mini clubs all over India. The club has now created more than 2,38,385 energy champions and 2,83,473 energy ambassadors among school students.

Making our earth a better place to live
Speaking on the milestone, Anil Sardana, CEO and managing director, Tata Power, said, “We are happy and proud to reach this significant milestone in driving the message of energy conservation across the country. As always, we will continue with our efforts to reach out to more and more people and seek their help in building a green and sustainable world. 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, such as 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. 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, thereby mitigating emission of greenhouse gases that lead to global warming and climate change.

Club Enerji, through its various modules, encourages children to be responsible citizens of the country and shapes them into proactive leaders of the future.