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Tata Power Hosts Annual Flagship Event ‘Urja Mela’ on National Energy Conservation Day with students representing 15 states

18 December, 2023: On the Occasion of National Energy Conservation Day December 14th, Tata Power hosted its “Urja Mela” its’ annual flagship event at New Delhi. The company’s flagship CSR initiative, Club Enerji organised the event which brought together 700+ students from 15 states all across India where the company has a presence. 

The aim of the event was to groom young leaders in line with the company’s “Sustainable is Attainable “movement, as catalysts for change in community climate initiatives.

With the focus on climate conversations at COP28, the objective of this event is to create climate awareness among young champions. Through Club Enerji and its integral event, Urja Mela, Tata Power had undertaken the initiative of cultivating young clean energy ambassadors, by collaborating with schools from all across the nation.  

Ever since its inception in 2007, this event has been empowering students to become responsible citizens and proactive leaders. More than 1000 schools across 15 states of India have been covered under this initiative and it proposes to extend its’ reach to more than 5,000 schools by FY28.

“Urja Mela” in keeping with the company’s commitment to sustainable development, builds an awareness about energy conservation.

Engaging activities like quiz, science model exhibition, drawing competition, around the theme “Conserving for Tomorrow’’ featured in the day long event. Shaping young leaders as catalysts for change in their communities to drive broader climate initiatives, was the focal point of all these activities.

CHRO, Chief Sustainability, & CSR- Tata Power- Mr. Himal Tewari, while addressing the students and teachers at the “Urja Mela” mentioned that their Club Enerji initiative was addressing the current climate concerns and through their thoughtfully curated periodic engagements, designed to tap into the transformative influence of children. The annual “Urja Mela” was aimed at developing young climate change champions by motivating and empowering them to contribute actively in building a cleaner and more sustainable world.

He added that their intention was to scale this initiative further by having more schools and students onboard.

The company recently launched a brand film “Duniya Apne Hawale” as an extension of its “Sustainable Is Attainable “campaign, and an ode to energy conservation, featuring children as protagonists.


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