Wed. Oct 4th, 2023

CHANDIGARH: Punjab New and Renewable Energy Sources division has sought recommendations from all of the stakeholder departments of the state on the State Energy Efficiency Action Plan (SEEAP) inside per week.

CEO Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) Dr. Amarpal Singh urged all of the departments to submit their recommendations on the earliest, whereas addressing a Half-Day stakeholders’ workshop on the SEEAP right here at PEDA Auditorium, which was organized by the PEDA with the help of Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), and the help of the Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM).

The CEO stated that Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann led Punjab Government has been making concerted efforts to advertise vitality effectivity in Buildings, Industries, Municipalities, Agriculture, Transport and different sectors within the State. The motion plan would go a great distance for vitality effectivity, apart from, serving to in discount of carbon emissions. He additionally harassed on the necessity for the inputs from varied stakeholders for an efficient motion plan. He urged all of the stakeholders to implement vitality effectivity measures in order that future generations can profit from them.

Welcoming all of the individuals, Director PEDA Mr. MP Singh briefed concerning the State Energy Efficiency Action Plan. He stated the goal of all departments must be to scale back the carbon depth of India’s economic system to lower than 45% by 2030.

Regional Director ASSOCHAM Mr. Ravindar Chandla expressed gratitude in the direction of the stakeholder departments for his or her help and coordination within the improvement of the motion plan. Project Managers of ASSOCHAM Kushagra Juneja and Mohit Tripathi gave an in depth presentation on the State Energy Efficiency Action Plan for Punjab, whereas highlighting the opportunity of vitality effectivity in varied sectors like Buildings, Industries, Transport and Agriculture. The complete report for advancing the transportation sector, implementing a program for changing inefficient home equipment in buildings, instituting BEE Star rankings and Shunya rankings for buildings, and introducing vitality effectivity measures in industries, agriculture, and inspiring behavioral modifications in the direction of vitality effectivity has been shared amongst stakeholders.

Technical Education & Industrial Training, Animal Husbandry, Health & Family Welfare, Punjab State Council for Science & Technology, Water Supply & Sanitation, Punjab Health System, PSPCL, Local Government and Planning departments’ officers additionally participated within the assembly and gave their inputs for the event of the Action Plan.

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