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MEDC launches campaign to rationalise electricity consumption in schools

MEDC launches campaign to rationalise electrical energy consumption in schools

Muscat – 

Muscat Electricity Distribution Company (MEDC), a member of the Nama Group, represented by the Department of Communication and Sustainability, launched an awareness campaign to rationalise the consumption of electrical energy in schools all through Muscat Governorate.

This campaign contains awareness lectures and student competitions which aim to educate the younger generation about the value of electric power and the require of electrical energy preservation at residence and college.

The electrical energy rationing campaign organised by the Muscat Electricity Distribution Company not too long ago began at Seeb International Private School with the participation of a quantity of students (the very first and second grades) and the presence of the teaching committee.

The concentrate of this campaign is on college students as they are the cornerstone on which this nation is constructed as effectively as their awareness of the value of power, the require to preserve it and the culture of rationalisation of consumption in their behaviour to harvest the outcomes in the close to future.

Muscat Electricity Distribution Company pays fantastic interest to the field of rationalisation and instilling this culture amongst the college students by means of continuous awareness programmes by means of numerous channels such as meetings, lectures, publications, media and numerous electronic publishing strategies. It is worth mentioning that the business has signed a memorandum of understanding with the General Directorate of Education in Muscat Governorate, which integrated preparing a timetable for supplying lectures to college students in Muscat Governorate.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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