General Motors India has received the third prize for Energy Conservation at the National Energy Conservation Awards 2010 in the Automobile Manufacturing Sector. The awards were given away by the Union Minister of Power, Sushilkumar Shinde. This recognition validates General Motors India’s commitment towards the environment and its constant endeavor towards energy conservation across all activities.
Speaking on the occasion, P. Balendran, Vice-President, General Motors India noted, “The recognition demonstrates General Motors India’s commitment to energy conservation and environmental sensitivities. We have maintained a continued focus on following best practices in all our endeavors and will continue to do so. This recognition is significant also as General Motors has been chosen in the automobile manufacturing sector in the country.”
The annual National Energy Conservation Awards recognize innovation and achievements in energy conservation by industries, buildings, railways, state designated agencies, aviation sectors; manufacturers of BEE star labeled appliances and municipalities which provide specific examples of best practices which raise awareness about energy conservation potential and implementation. These examples suggest the potential for large scale replication, and of concrete measures which can help mitigate global warming.
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