Tata Power Energy Club (TPEC) post its maiden entry in Steel City of India, Jamshedpur has covered 8 schools and has sensitized 5255 students across the city in phase I.
TPEC which started with 5 schools in its initial phase has now been extended to cover 8 schools and further aims to cover 2 more schools, with requests coming in from adjoining areas to launch the programme in their locality and region. With the success and acceptance of this programme by the schools and school children, it now moves into top gear wherein the sensitized students will be trained to impart the leanings to their family, neighbourhood and society thereby expediting the achievement of the target of the programme at the national level.
Tata Power’s ‘Energy Conservation Programme’ was introduced in various schools in the city, to create maximum impact on the need for awareness amongst people on the effective management conservation of electricity in one’s everyday life.
The programme was kick started with 4 schools (Vivek Vidayalya, Vig English School, Hillstop School and Shiksha Niketan High School) in Jamshedpur, wherein the 2400 students underwent training sessions and workshops focusing on methods and means of energy conservation.