Air pollution is a major matter of concern these days and the vehicles emit more greenhouse gases that most industries. The best way to get air pollution under control is by using eco-friendly vehicles.

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Here are some cars that are very #EnergyEfficient and eco-friendly:

  • Tata Nano CNG emax
  • This car is not only eco-friendly but also fuel-efficient. This car emits only 75 gm of carbon dioxide per kilometer. The best thing about #emax is that it only costs INR 2.52 lakh for the CX variant and INR 2.77 lakh for the LX version.

  • Chevrolet Aveo
  • Aveo is a family car which emits under 120g per kilometer of carbon dioxide. #Chevrolet Aveo, a #green car, is priced at 7 lakh.

  • Mahindra Reva
  • This is a two door hatchback electric car which is completely eco-friendly and costs about 4.5-5 lakh in India. Reva NXR can run for 200kms on a fully charged battery at a maximum speed of 130kmph.

  • Maruti Suzuki Eco Charge
  • Eco Charge has a #CNG variant that ensures that the car is polluting less. This is a seven seater car that costs about 4 lakh and can be completely charged in 7 hours only and can attain a maximum speed of 110kmph.

Tesla Motors is an American company that designs and produces electric cars. Their first car was a sports car.

Every small step towards #EnergyConservation is important. Our Gorilla fan uses #BLDC technology which saves energy and money!

Research claims that Nine out of ten start ups fail but the one that survives in the Industry creates an inspiration around. The founders do have the passion and enthusiasm to be sustained in the business and money just becomes a byproduct of the enduring hard work. We have some of the young startup founders in India who have also made it to the richest young Indians to look for.

1) Bhavish Aggarwal, 29 and Ankit Bhati, 28:
The IIT Bombay graduates found OLA and have certainly taught Urban India to commute in style. The net worth of the #OLA founders is 2330 Crore each. The founders are #youngest to feature in the Rich List of Huran List 2015.

2) Rahul Sharma, 37:
Rahul found #Miromax in 2000 along with his three friends. With a vision to sell Smartphone to Indian audience at a reasonable price Micromax launched Canvas series in market. The added feature to the deal was enabling Hugh Jackman as brand ambassador for the company. The net worth of the company is 21,000 crores and the Rahul Sharma’s net worth is a whooping Rs.4050 crore.

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3) Sachin Bansal, 34 and Binny Bansal, 31:
The #Flipkart founders seem to be unstoppable after the acquisition of Mynta as well as Jabong. Ironically these IIT Delhi graduates used to be ex-employees for Amazon. Sachin and Binny are worth Rs. 9010 crore each.

4) Kavin Bharti Mittal, 27:
The instant messaging at a rage, India found its very own app called Hike Messenger. Found by the Mittal Group Japan’s Softbank Telecom provider it is the Brainchild of Kavin Mittal. With its quirky stickers, hike soon became popular among youth. Launched in December 2012, Hike as of today has net worth of $14M.

5) Vijay Shekhar Sharma, 37:
Founder of Paytm, Vijay has tasted victory the hard way. Paytm is widely used for payments and mobile credit top ups. Currently the worth of Paytm founder is Rs. 2824 crore.

Another such inspiring story of a start up is of #Atomberg Technology founders. It is a modern hardware technology that produces energy saving fans called #Gorilla Fans. These fans are guaranteed energy efficient and save upto Rs.10000 to 12000 a year.

Besides going green at home and work, making use of green technologies in #schools and educational trusts is a big step towards energy conservation in #India. And there are many schools in India who have already started participating in the transformation.

Here are some of the schools which are going green:

  • Druk White Lotus School, Ladakh
  • The Druk White Lotus school in Ladakh, near Kashmir, uses solar energy for electricity and water pumping. It’s great to see this school in Ladakh take such initiatives to conserve energy and keep Ladakh from getting polluted. We all know that Ladakh is one of the prettiest places in India and we wouldn’t want to lose it to pollution.

  • Amulakh Amichand High School, Wadala, Mumbai
  • The Amuakh Amichand High School houses solar panels on the school rooftop which was set up in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Nuemberg, Germany. Their switch to #EnergyEfficient appliances has reduced their electricity bills by INR 20,000-30,000. As of now, more than fifty classrooms in this school are completely powered by solar panels.

  • Cauvery Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Trichy, Tamil Nadu
  • The Cauvery Matriculation Higher Secondary School has distributed about seventy solar lamps to the Class X and XII students so that they don’t have to suffer in their exams due to power cuts. The solar lamps are supposed to be returned after the board exams so the next batch can use it.

  • Patashaala, in the outskirts of Chennai
  • This school has dry composting toilets for the students, the staff and the visitors. We are very thrilled to see such schools from remote places participating in the Swatcha Bharat Abhyaan.

  • AmanSetu School in Pune, Maharashtra
  • The building of the Aman Setu School is made from near-by recycled materials. Toxic paints and substances were avoided in the construction of this school. Such buildings are known as #GreenBuildings and a lot of new constructions are being carried out keeping the ecosystem in mind.

  • Group Phi, Pune, Maharashtra
  • This is India’s first military school for girls and it has a gray water recycling system to reuse waste water. They also have courtyards covered with polycarbonate sheets which protect the corridors from rains.

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Another way by which the schools can conserve #energy is by installing Low Wattage Gorilla Fans that use BLDC technology to save energy and money.