National Energy Conservation Day is celebrated every year on 14 December in India. The day is celebrated to raise awareness about the conservation of energy as it is the best way to have a green and bright future. Energy Conservation Day is celebrated every year by the Government of India to make the country's citizens aware about energy conservation so that the citizens of the country can also contribute actively in energy conservation.
विद्युत मंत्रालय के साथ ऊर्जा संरक्षण दिवस मनायें और उज्ज्वल भविष्य हेतु ऊर्जा संरक्षण का संकल्प लें।#ऊर्जा_संरक्षण #पर्यावरण_संरक्षण #ऊर्जा_संरक्षण_दिवस #विद्युत_मंत्रालय #mop pic.twitter.com/CZkYk3pmHm— Ministry of Power (@MinOfPower) December 14, 2022
In the year 2001, the Energy Conservation Act 2001 was implemented by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) under the Ministry of Power, Government of India. Under the Act, energy conservation was ensured through programs to promote energy conservation in the country. Only after this act, National Energy Conservation Day is organized every year on 14 December for energy conservation.
The main purpose of celebrating Energy Conservation Day is the judicious use of energy and the use of energy keeping in mind the needs of the future. Through Energy Conservation Day, citizens are made aware about energy conservation and information is provided about the future requirement of energy. Also, through this day, an effort is also made to achieve the larger goal of energy conservation through participation by informing the citizens about various measures for energy conservation.