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1 Building Energy Awareness on Conservation (Phase I & II ) BEACON

2 Background…… A pilot project in 30 elite schools in Delhi in 2003 – 2004 Project was as a tremendous success Awarded by the Wuppertal Institute of Climate, Energy and Environment Seeing the success BEE decided to implement the project in a few other states of the country

3 Implementation….. Sensitization of parents and through them the community Provide guidance to teachers in order to maximize excellence in energy education process Enhance learning of the target group through maximum sensitisation on key energy issues that will impact their lives Needs assessment of knowledge on energy conservation and existing local specific problems Develop and disseminate resource material in local language for better understanding of the issue Formation of energy clubs Regular analysis

4 Focus Areas Recommendations for energy curriculum Capacity building of teachers Involvement of students through events and competitions for awareness generation Energy Star /Labelling

5 Target Group Primary beneficiaries: 100 government, public and private schools in the ratio 5:3:2 respectively More than 3000 School students and 200 teachers Secondary beneficiaries: More than 1,50,000 students with an average of 1,200 – 1,500 students per school More than 7000 teachers with an average of 40 – 70 teachers per school Administrative staff members, class IV employees of the school, parents and communities

6 Project Location Delhi – Pilot project North – Haryana (Rohtak) and Uttar Pradesh ( Lucknow) South –Tamil Nadu (Chennai) and Kerala (Thiruvananthapuram) West – Maharashtra (Pune) and Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal) East – West Bengal (Kolkatta) and Jharkhand (Ranchi Northeast – Assam (Guwahati) and Meghalaya (Shillong )

7 Project Approach Identification: Schools Energy Designated Agencies Energy experts Survey: Questionnaires Data collection Analysis Resource Material: Posters/stickers/bookmarkers Revise energy booklet Translation into regional languages: Energy booklet Resource material Dissemination: Resource material Energy booklet Energy Clubs: Setting up of clubs Dovetailing energy activities in environment clubs

8 Project Approach Mobilization of target groups Workshops Sensitization Workshops on energy issues Training workshops Group Discussion Activities Competitions Campaigns Street plays Exhibitions Energy audit Post project evaluation Media coverage

9 Knowledge level (before initiation)

10 Knowledge level (after implementation)

11 Feedback


13 Outcome Five point rating scale 50% increase in knowledge School curriculum not level of students in the sufficient for awareness states targeted generation Requirement of various tools with more teacher- student involvement

14 Suggestions More schools and children should be targeted for wider awareness generation. More training programme for teachers are required. Sessions should be conducted in individual schools so that more students can participate Practical aspects should be focused

15 Findings of NPC School Management – Program was successful. Schools had better knowledge, became more aware of various aspects of energy conservation and implementing the same Teachers – Inputs provided were excellent in increasing the capacity of the teachers to impart knowledge to the students Students – Considerable scope of development of knowledge in terms of energy efficiency, efficient devices, utilization, energy analysis and calculation Parents – Relatively less knowledge of energy efficient devices and energy resources

16 Recommendations of NPC Objectives achieved, so the program needs to continued with slight modifications Coordinator and teacher for imparting knowledge should be from all department Resource material supplied by TERI should be properly maintained and displayed at prominent places Minimum three teachers to be trained as Master Trainers Workshops for parents to improve knowledge of merits and better understanding of energy efficient devices and techniques Language should be understandable to students – preferably in local language

17 The road ahead…….. Work closely with State Designated Agencies and State Education Boards Master Trainers Training Capacity building initiatives for teachers, students and parents Community outreach Create a common pool of resources that can be used by anyone whenever required. All resource material in the local language Display Resource material at prominent places…schools, market places, community centres Signature tune for the campaign Regular energy audit at school level/ home front Media intervention

18 Thank you

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