Green Ambassador Program

for School students (Junior level) & College students (Senior level)

Green Mentorship Program

for Academia (Schools, Colleges & Universities)
To create nation-wide/ world-wide awareness of the significance of Renewable Energy among the school and college students
To help the youngsters to learn the basic concepts of Renewable Energy and apply it in their day-to-day lives, wherever possible
To motivate them to be the flag-bearers of Green Energy and create the awareness within the Society
To take small steps towards a better tomorrow
to participate in sustainable development and realize the dream of "One World, One Sun, One Grid"

What is Green
Ambassador Certification?

An interactive Modular Courseware (10 hrs duration), available online with chapter wise interactive lessons (videos, texts, referral links etc.), chapter wise Tests (MCQ type with multiple attempts allowed), Q&A forums etc. focusing on various aspects of Renewable energy sources and its applications for the participants.

On successful completion of the same, the enrolled participants will be certified as “Green Ambassador” by The Solar Energy Society of India (SESI).

The GREEN Score and GREEN Grade (under GPA scale of 5) will be provided in the certificate, which can be downloaded after successful completion of the Courseware.

What is Green
Mentorship Certification?

The academia may nominate their institutions for Green Mentorship Program, by registering the aspiring students for Green Ambassador Program (Junior and Senior levels respectively).

GREEN Score = Total intake x Participation factor x Performance factor x Activity factor

  • Participation factor shall be derived from the total student intake of the institutions and the number of participants
  • Performance factor shall be derived from the no. of participants based upon their grades from the respective institution
  • Activity factor shall be derived from the number of awareness programs organized by the respective institution

GREEN Score and GREEN Grade including GREEN Ranking for all the participating academia shall be published by SESI, followed by felicitation and awarding the certificates of appreciation to the respective academic institutions.

"Green Ambassadors" are the flag-bearers and volunteer leaders, committed to motivate others to become more Energy efficient, to adopt Environment-friendly lifestyle and to use Green Energy in their day-to-day life.

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Junior Green Ambassador Certification

Eligibility: Students from 9th to 12th standards, Youngsters between the age of 14 to 19 years and anyone else willing to have basic knowledge on Renewable Energy sources and its applications
₹100.00incl. of Taxes
  • PAN India Green Grading & Scoring
  • New avenue of extracurricular activities
  • Learning new things, fundamentally
  • Improved academic performance
  • Higher self-esteem
  • Broader social skills, better community involvement
  • Enhances the sense of commitment
  • Engagement with the futuristic field of studies

Senior Green Ambassador Certification

Eligibility: Diploma, UG, Graduate & PG Students from Colleges & Universities, Academicians and Working Professionals willing to get basic & advanced knowledge on Renewable Energy
₹150.00incl. of Taxes
  • PAN India Green Grading & Scoring
  • Preparation for future solar entrepreneurship
  • Learning new things, fundamentally
  • Improved academic performance
  • Higher self-esteem
  • Broader social skills, better community involvement
  • Enhances the sense of commitment
  • Engagement with the futuristic field of studies

Green Mentorship Certification

Eligibility: Academic Institutions (Schools, Colleges & Universities), willing to encourage students to participate in Green Ambassador Program and actively participate in various initiatives to participate in sustainable development
FREEfor Institutions only*
  • PAN India Green Grading & Scoring
  • National & International level recognition
  • Better image building exercise, greater profile
  • Higher organization spirit
  • Mass awareness creation on sustainable development
  • Contribution making Clean and Green environment for the society
  • Social commitment and community involvement

*Institutions need to provide the details of participating candidates to get registered for “Green Ambassador Program” and the total Registration Fees are required to be paid accordingly.

Eligibility

For Junior Green Ambassador Program
  • Students from 9th to 12th standards
  • Youngsters between the age of 14 to 19 years
  • Anyone who wants to have the basic knowledge on Renewable Energy sources and its applications
For Senior Green Ambassador Program
  • Diploma, UG, Graduate and PG Students from Colleges & Universities
  • Academicians and Working Professionals of any age
  • Anyone who wants to have the advanced knowledge on Renewable Energy sources and its applications

Study Materials

  • Chapter-wise Interactive Lessons (Videos, Texts, Links etc.)
  • Chapter-wise Tests (MCQ type)
  • Multiple attempts for better Score
  • Q&A Forum

Key Takeaways

  • Fundamentals of Conventional and Non Conventional Energy sources
  • Basic Concepts, Theory and Characteristics of Non Conventional Energy Sources
  • Geographical factors, Global & Indian scenarios of Renewable Energy Sources
  • Comparisons, Usages, Applications, Advantages & Dis-advantages
  • Power & Electricity Generations from Green Energy Sources
  • Green / Renewable Energy and Sustainable Developments
Why Green Ambassador Program ?

The Background

Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns. These shifts may be natural, but since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, primarily due to global warming because of the burning of fossil fuels (like coal, oil, and gas), which produces heat-trapping or greenhouse gases.
There have been previous periods of climate change, but the current changes are distinctly more rapid and not due to natural causes. Instead, they are caused by the emission of greenhouse gases, mostly carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane. Burning fossil fuels for energy use creates most of these emissions. Certain agricultural practices, industrial processes, and forest loss are additional sources. Greenhouse gases are transparent to sunlight, allowing it through to heat the Earth's surface. When the Earth emits that heat as infrared radiation the gases absorb it, trapping the heat near the Earth's surface. As the planet heats up it causes changes like the loss of sunlight-reflecting snow cover, amplifying global warming.
Climate change threatens people with food and water scarcity, increased flooding, extreme heat, more disease and economic loss. Human migration and conflict can be a result. The World Health Organization (WHO) calls climate change the greatest threat to global health in the 21st century.
Making deep cuts in emissions will require switching away from burning fossil fuels and towards using electricity generated from low-carbon sources. This includes phasing out coal-fired power plants, vastly increasing use of wind, solar, and other types of renewable energy, switching to electric vehicles, switching to heat pumps in buildings, and taking measures to conserve energy.
Renewable energies are sources of clean, inexhaustible and increasingly competitive energy. They differ from fossil fuels principally in their diversity, abundance and potential for use anywhere on the planet, but above all in that they produce neither greenhouse gas – which cause climate change – nor polluting emissions. Their costs are also falling and at a sustainable rate, whereas the general cost trend for fossil fuels is in the opposite direction in spite of their present volatility.
Growth in clean energies is unstoppable, as reflected in statistics produced annually by the International Energy Agency (IEA): they represented nearly half of all new electricity generation capacity installed in 2014, when they constituted the second biggest source of electricity worldwide, behind coal.
According to the IEA, world electricity demand will have increased by 70% by 2040 - its share of final energy use rising from 18 to 24% during the same period – driven mainly by the emerging economies of India, China, Africa, the Middle East and South-East Asia.

The Curriculum

Junior Green Ambassador Certification

Basic Details and Applications

Energy | Definition
Conventional Sources of Energy
Non-Conventional Sources of Energy
Renewable Energy | Definition
Different types of Renewable Energy Sources
TEST - 1
Coal
Oil
Natural Gas
Liquified Natural Gas
Nuclear
Water
Hydro Power
TEST - 2
Solar Energy
Solar Power Generation
Solar Photovoltaic Cells
Solar Inverters
The world’s largest Solar Power Plant
The world’s largest floating Solar Power Plant
Solar Thermal Energy
Inventions for the future of Solar Energy
TEST - 3
Wind Power Generation
Wind Turbines
Wind Energy | Indian Scenario
TEST - 4
Biomass Heat & Power Generations
Bio Fuel Generation & Uses
How rotting vegetables make Electricity
Biogas Plant
TEST - 5
Geothermal Heat & Power Generations
TEST - 6
Tidal Power Generation
TEST - 7
Electricity
Electrical Grid
Electricity Storage
Energy Measurement
Energy Efficiency
TEST - 8
Global Warming
Greenhouse Effect
Ozone Depletion
Climate Change
Save our Planet
TEST - 9
Senior Green Ambassador Certification

Basic & Advanced Details and Applications

Energy | Definition
Conventional Sources of Energy
Non-Conventional Sources of Energy
Renewable Energy | Definition
Different types of Renewable Energy Sources
TEST - 1
Coal
Oil
Natural Gas
Liquified Natural Gas
Nuclear
Water
Hydro Power
Hydel Power | Working Principle
Largest Hydroelectric Power Plant
Advantages and Disadvantages of Conventional Energy
TEST - 2
Solar Energy
Solar Power Generation
Solar Power for Electricity
Solar Photovoltaic Cells
Grid Connected PV Systems
Solar Arrays Construction and Mounting
Solar Inverters
The world’s largest Solar Power Plant
The world’s largest floating Solar Power Plant
Solar Thermal Energy
Inventions for the future of Solar Energy
Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Energy
TEST - 3
Wind Power Generation
Wind Turbines
Wind Energy | Indian Scenario
Advantages and Disadvantages of Wind Energy
TEST - 4
Biomass Heat & Power Generations
Fundamental Forms of Biomass Energy
Global Scenario
Indian Scenario
Bioenergy Conversion Technologies
Bio Fuel
Biofuel Conversion Process
Bio Fuel Generation & Uses
How rotting vegetables make Electricity
Biogas Plant
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bio-energy
TEST - 5
Geothermal Heat & Power Generations
Origin of Geothermal Energy
Applications of Geothermal Energy
Geothermal Energy Resources
Method of Heat Extraction
Advantages and Disadvantages of Geothermal Energy
TEST - 6
Tidal Power Generation
Tidal Energy | Working Principle
Advantages and Disadvantages of Tidal Energy
TEST - 7
Electricity
Electrical Network
Electrical Grid
Electrical Power Generation
Electrical Power Transmission
Electrical Power Distribution
Electricity Energy Storage
Energy Measurement
Energy Efficiency
TEST - 8
Global Warming
Greenhouse Effect
Ozone Depletion
Climate Change
Save our Planet
TEST - 9
Green Ambassador Program

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About Us

Solar Energy Society of India (SESI)

The Solar Energy of India (SESI), established in 1978, having its Secretariat in New Delhi, is the Indian Section of the International Solar Energy Society (ISES). Its interests cover all aspects of renewable energy, including characteristics, effects and methods of use, and it provides a common ground to all those concerned with the nature and utilization of this renewable non-polluting resource.

The Society is interdisciplinary in nature, with most of the leading energy researchers and manufacturers of renewable energy systems and devices of the country as its members. High academic attainments are not a prerequisite for membership and any person engaged in research, development or utilization of renewable energy or in fields related to renewable energy and interested in the promotion of renewable energy utilization can become a member of the society.

The major activities of SESI are:
(a) Publication of SESI Journal, a bi-annual technical journal containing papers on renewable energy utilization, technical notes and other items of interest of those involved in renewable energy research and development.
(b) Organization of the International Congress on Renewable Energy once in a year, where numerous scientific and technical papers are presented and discussed.
(c) Publication of the proceedings of the Annual Convention.

Solar Energy Society of India
2nd Floor, Central Board of Irrigation and Power (CBIP)
Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – 110021
Mobile: +91 9355155772, E-mail: [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

Login credentials are generated automatically, once the payment is made and the same are forwarded to the registered Email.
Participants can reset their passwords by using the unique link sent to their registered emails as well.
After successful enrolment participants can have the access into the Courseware for certification at flexible time, which is valid for next one year from the date of enrolment.
The study material will be available digitally within the Courseware in the form of interactive Lessons (Videos, Texts, Links etc.)
After completion of all Tests with qualifying marks of 30%, participants can download their certificates immediately and it will be valid for life time.
The entire courseware can be taken from Laptop, Desktop, Smartphone or Tablet. For better user experience, any updated browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer etc.) are recommended.
Kindly check your device, browser and internet connection to play the videos and make sure you get a hassle-free testing experience.
Questions are of Multiple Choice type, carrying 1 mark each (No negative marking) for all the tests.
As many times as a participant wants for getting better score within the validity period of one year from the date of enrollment.
Yes, anyone fulfilling the eligibility criteria can appear for the certification course.
There is a link of payment gateway. The candidate can opt for any of the payment options listed over there. The additional charges (if any) such as service charges, processing fees or bank charges, have to be borne by the candidate.

All kind of online payment process is available. i.e Credit/Debit card, Internet banking, UPI, e-wallet etc.
The enrollment fee for the course is non-refundable.
Any unaccounted or excess money that was received from candidate's account on behalf of NEATmet, will automatically be returned (credited) to the same account. However, this may take few days to process.
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