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APSECM– Organizing Energy Conservation week during the period 14th December to 20th December under the National Energy Conservation Week

నేషనల్ ఎనర్జీ కన్జర్వేషన్ వీక్ 2022 లో భాగంగా *ఎనర్జీ ఎఫిషియెన్సీ అండ్ ఎనర్జీ కన్జర్వేషన్‌* అవగాహనపై AP *8వ, 9వ మరియు 10వ తరగతి విద్యార్థులకు వీడియో పోటీ (Short Video Competition) నిర్వహణకు* సూచనలతో ఉత్తర్వులు విడుదల.

ఎనర్జీ ఎఫిషియెన్సీ మరియు ఎనర్జీ కన్జర్వేషన్ యొక్క ప్రాముఖ్యతపై కంటెంట్‌తో చిన్న వీడియో నిడివి 2 నిమిషాల కంటే తక్కువగా ఉండాలి. ఎంచుకున్న వీడియోలు APSECM వెబ్‌సైట్ మరియు సోషల్ మీడియా ప్లాట్‌ఫారమ్‌లలో కూడా పోస్ట్ చేయబడతాయి

*» మొదటి బహుమతి:* ₹ 20,000

*» రెండవ బహుమతి:* ₹ 10,000

*» మూడవ బహుమతి:* ₹ 5000

*» ప్రోత్సాహక బహుమతులు:* 10 మందికి ఒక్కరికి ₹ 2,000

*» చివరి తేదీ:* 5 డిసెంబర్ 2022

The National Energy Conservation Day

The National Energy Conservation Day is organised on 14th December every year by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) with an aim to showcase India’s achievements in energy efficiency and conservation. The Ministry of Power celebrated Energy Conservation Week from 8 to 14 December 2022.

The attention of all Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State is invited to the reference cited and informed that, the BEE, Ministry of Power (MoP), Govt. Of India conducting National Energy Conservation Week from 14th December to 20th December, every year. Accordingly, the APSECM is planning to organize Short Video Competition in each and every school on the various topics related to awareness on Energy Efficiency and Energy
Conservation for 8th, 9th and 10th class students.
In view of the above, all District Educational Officers in the state are requested to issue following instructions to the field level functionaries and the guidelines communicated by APSEMC are below:
a. Conducting of the Short Video Competitions in all districts on awareness Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation for 8th, 9th and 10th standard students.
b. The Short Video length shall be less than 2 Minutes with content on the Importance of Energy Efficiency and Energy Conservation. The selected videos shall be posted in APSECM Website and Social Media platforms also.
c. The DEOs shall send the videos in their respective district to

APSECM Mail id: [email protected] on or before 05:00 pm of 5th December -2022 to select the state level winners.
d. Further, 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes winners and 10 no’s consolation award winners at State Level will be selected and awarded with cash prize and meritorious certificate from APSECM during one of the Day in the National Energy Conservation Week 2022. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes winners will be awarded with Rs.20,000, Rs.10000, Rs.5000/- respectively and consolation award winners will be awarded with cash prize of Rs.2000/- each. 

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HISTORY OF NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY

National Energy Conservation Day aims to generate awareness among the masses in India about the importance of saving energy. People are also kept in the loop on new courses of action and plans that are being formulated. Information is given on minimizing energy waste and how the public can do their part in conserving resources. Essentially, the main objective of the day is to reduce the  use of energy and to encourage people to use it efficiently. 

Formed under the Union Ministry of Power, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency – BEE, has been leading the celebrations of National Energy Conservation Day annually on December 14 since 1991. A constitutional body that falls under the Government of India, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency assists in the development and implementation of strategies and policies to reduce excessive consumption of energy. The committee also executed ‘The Energy Conservation Act’ in 2001.

As 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 Awards Programme commends the efforts of the industry, institutions, and establishments ranging from power plants to hotels to shopping malls. Prizes are also awarded by the BEE to winners of the National Painting Competition centered on the theme of energy conservation. 

India’s development sectors are flourishing, 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 policies that will help decrease this demand by advocating the adoption of efficient measures for energy use.

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