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Energy saving helps nation’s development

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A Chandrasekhar Reddy, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State Energy Conservation Mission, said here on Tuesday that the national development depended upon the effective utilization of energy resources. He was here as part of the propaganda to conserve energy throughout the state.

Sangareddy (Medak): A Chandrasekhar Reddy, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State Energy Conservation Mission, said here on Tuesday that the national development depended upon the effective utilization of energy resources. He was here as part of the propaganda to conserve energy throughout the state.
Addressing newsmen, Chandrasekhar Reddy said that though the government has been putting in tremendous efforts and enormous funds by undertaking new projects to increase power generation keeping in view the growing demand, there has been vast wastage of power resulting in heavy financial loss. The CEO said that as per the estimates of the power conservation committees, about 1500 million units of power could be saved in the State which worked out about Rs. 7,500 crore.
He exhorted one and all to take part in the energy conservation campaign for the development of the State and the country.
He said that the government has been encouraging the generation of conventional, solar and gas-based electricity. He underscored the importance of launching major campaign for solar power in the district. He appealed to the people to use power conservation equipment for saving power.
District Collector A Dinakar Babu exhorted people to conserve power treating it as social responsibility. He instructed the officials to take up the power conservation campaign throughout the district to bring awareness in the departments like agriculture, water supply, education, medical, panchayats and municipalities. The district has been in the forefront in installing star-rated capacitors to the agriculture pump sets to conserve energy. A solar power unit would be installed in the Collectorate soon, he added.
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