Welcome to the National Movement of Youth for 4Es

An energetic, youth-led initiative committed to advancing the principles of Eco-friendliness, Economy, Education, and Empowerment (4Es) in the realm of energy conservation and sustainability.

This movement has been initiated by the youth with the support of Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), the State Designated Agency (SDA) responsible for energy conservation in Jammu and Kashmir, and Government College of Engineering & Technology (GCET), Jammu. We invite you to explore our online hub, www.e4wave.com, where knowledge is shared, innovative ideas flourish, and active engagement in initiatives related to conservation and sustainable practices takes centre stage.

National 4 Es Movement by youth

Eco-friendliness, Economy, Education & Empowerment


Promoting energy-saving practices that are environmentally friendly.


Emphasizing energy-saving solutions that lead to economic benefits for individuals and communities.


Focusing on educating the public about energy-saving methods and their importance.


Empowering individuals and communities to take active roles in conserving energy and reducing consumption.


The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) established by the Government of India in 2002 under the Energy Conservation Act, 2001, is mandated to develop policies and strategies for energy conservation. BEE’s mission is to reduce the energy intensity of the Indian economy through self-regulation and market principles. It collaborates with Designated agencies, Potential Consumers, and other organisations to promote energy-saving practices. Recent amendments in the EC Act, 2022, include non-fosssil source usage norms, a framework for carbon markets, and enhanced regulations for the building sector. BEE implements schemes like the National Mission for Enhanced Energy Efficiency (NMEEE), Perform Achieve and Trade (PAT) scheme, and initiativespromoting net-zero commitments and the launch of the Indian Carbon Market. Additionally, BEE oversees the Star Rating of Commercial buildings, promotes energy efficiency in the transport sector, and leads the and leads the E-Mobility initiative. It also administers the Standards and Labeling (S&L) program, providing consumers withinformation about energy consumption and cost-saving potential for various appliances.

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The Chief Electrical Inspector (CEI), JKPDD has been assigned with the responsibilities of State Designated Agency (SDA) of J&K to coordinate, regulate and enforce provisions of Electricity Conservation Act, 2001 within the UT of J&K vide Govt. Order No. No.104 PDD of 2020 dated 05-05-2020, in addition to the CEI's existing duties of looking after the electrical inspectorate mandate. The Electrical Inspectorate is under the Administrative control of Principal Secretary to Govt. Power Development Department, J&K Government and is headed by Chief Electrical Inspector. It has two divisions, one in Jammu and one in Kashmir. Under the SDA role, the CEI is actively involved in implementing essential energy conservation schemes and national programs launched by BEE. Some key energy conservation activities in recent years include the Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) and the Perform, Achieve, and Trade (PAT) activities, all aimed at promoting energy efficiency and sustainability in the region. SDA's role is essential in advancing energy conservation efforts within the UT of J&K.

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GCET Jammu

Government College of Engineering & Technology (GCET), Jammu oldest engineering college in Jammu and Kashmir, owned by the UT government. It offers a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate engineering programs. Notably, GCET Jammu is the first institution in the Union Territory to have all five of its undergraduate programs accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). The college has a long-standing association with the Power Development Department of J&K, contributing to various assignments and research initiatives. GCET Jammu is committed to nurturing engineering talent and fostering innovation in the region. As a knowledge partner in the National 4Es Movement, GCET actively contributes to advancing our shared goals.

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4E Wave Core Committee

The 4E Wave Committeecomprises members from the Chief Electrical Inspectorate, Power Development Department, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, Government College of Engineering & Technology (GCET), Jammu and Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) Ministry of Power, Government of India.

Details of core committee members are given below:

Chief Electrical Inspectorate, Power Development Department (JKPDD), Government of Jammu and Kashmir:

  • Er. Sanjay Sharma, OSD & CEI, JKPDD (Convener)
  • Er. Mudassar Amin, AEE, JKPDD
  • Er. Divya Gupta, AE, JKPDD


Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power, Government of India:

  • Sh. Abhishek Sharma, Director, BEE
  • Sh. Vikash Kumar Jha, Project Engineer, BEE
  • Sh. Gautam Anand, Project Engineer, BEE



Government College of Engineering & Technology (GCET), Jammu, Government of Jammu and Kashmir:

  • Dr. Sameru Sharma, Principal, GCET Jammu
  • Dr. Raman Gupta, Assistant Professor, GCET Jammu
  • Er.  Neeraj Dubey, Assistant Professor, GCET Jammu


Student Members from GCET, Jammu:

  • Nishant Bhagat (7th Sem, Computer)
  • Midhat Shabir (7th Sem, Electrical)
  • Jaanvi Sharma (7th Sem, E&C)
  • Prajwal Nagar (7th Sem, E&C)
  • RakshantBalotra (5th Sem, Civil)
  • Sunidhi Sharma (5th Sem, Electrical)
  • Anushika (5th Sem, Mechanical)
  • Karishma Raina (5th Sem, Computer)
  • Rishita Sharma (3rd Sem, E&C)
  • Madhvan Mehra (1st Sem, Civil)


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