Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Rescue-Station-Urja-Kranti-Kendra-in-Bihar-27MZIFI4OTJO.htmlConceptually similarClimate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027V5Completed★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027VBCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027VECompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027VJCompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027V7Completed★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027V6Completed★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027VGCompleted★★★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027VACompleted★★★★Climate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharGP027VHCompleted★★★★View AllGP027VCClimate Rescue Station Urja Kranti Kendra in BiharA Greenpeace staff working on the main switch board which will distribute electricity generated by solar panels. This is a Greenpeace initiative to aware people on alternate and clean form of energy. A 30 meter high globe is to be erected on a ground of A. M. Sinha Institute of Social studies as a part of Greenpeace CRS program.Locations:Bihar-India-South AsiaDate:20 Oct, 2010Credit:© Arindam Mukherjee / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3008px X 2000pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate Rescue Station-Construction-Day-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Men-Outdoors-Three people-TreesShoot:Climate Rescue Station in BiharThe Urja Kranti Kendra is a huge, globe-shaped structure that runs on renewable energy. It generates its own energy on a small scale, using renewable resources, near to the point where that energy is then used. Specifically, it is therefore an example of decentralised renewable energy, or DRE. First constructed in 2008 under the name of the Climate Rescue Station, the dome was renamed the Urja Kranti Kendra upon its arrival in Bihar. It stands here as a glowing testament to policy makers and politicians that DRE can power homes, empower people and bring development to the energy-starved state. Through the Kendra, Greenpeace demonstrates their belief that energy generated at the indigenous level, using local resources and managed by communities, is the best, most sustainable and most reliable method of energy generation. By investing in DRE, Bihar can undergo an energy revolution and forge a future of energy independence. The Kendra serves as a focal point for a campaign’s local outreach work, and as a base for media to interact with activists and learn more about their issues. Part of its potency as a campaign tool lies in its ability to be installed right where the problems exists, be it the mine face, the darkened areas of power deficits, or in the hearts of the cities where the power of politics resides.