VIJAYAWADA: On an invitation of Telugu associations in Gujarat, deputy speaker of Andhra Pradesh Assembly Mandali Buddha Prasad participated in Rashtretara Telugu Sammelanam held at Ahmedabad on Saturday. The two-day event will conclude on Sunday.
During his visit to Gujarat, Buddha Prasad visited Gujarat Energy Research and Management Institute (GERMI) and was explained in detail about the research activity in non-conventional energy sources happening at the institute by its director T Harinarayana.
Prasad asked GERMI management to introduce the new methods of energy conservation in Andhra Pradesh. He was informed that GERMI is already in process of setting up their branch at Nagarjuna University in Guntur and have been closely working with both Vijayawada and Guntur municipal corporations for making those cities as solar cities. He said they had also taken up wastage management programme at Kakinada and are planning to expand the same to other towns and villages.