Every year on the 14th of December, Indians around the country commemorate National Energy Conservation Day. In 2001, the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) of India implemented the Energy Conservation Act. In India, National Energy Conservation Day is observed to raise awareness about the significance of energy and the need of saving or conserving energy by using less energy. The most precise method of energy conservation is to utilize less energy by minimizing energy waste. To store energy for future use, it is critical to use it effectively. To have a greater impact on the energy conservation strategy, energy conservation should be ingrained in every human being's behavior. Presidians were made aware of the day and they pledged to conserve energy in the right manner. They supported the cause by making posters and speaking slogans.