New Delhi: Anil Ambani-led RInfra on Sunday said it aims to train one lakh students for spreading the message of energy conservation this year under its 'Young Energy Saver
(YES)' programme.

Till date, the company has trained 70,000 students on energy conservation.
RInfra, which began the YES energy conservation movement in 2009, said that encouraged by the movement's success, it aims to sensitise five lakh citizens in Mumbai on energy-saving techniques in the third year of programme.

"Since the time we launched this programme, we had an encouraging result among students. Their enthusiasm, involvement and dedication to spread the message about energy conservation are remarkable," Reliance Infrastructure Chief
Executive Officer Lalit Jalan said in a statement.

Jalan added that the company aims to mainly involve students in the energy conservation programme, exposing them to major issues concerning the energy sector.
"We also give them a platform to use their creativity and cutting-edge ideas in promoting energy conservation in their home and neighbourhood," he said.