Adani Green Energy Gallery to open at Science Museum in London
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Adani Green Energy Gallery to open at Science Museum in London

The Adani Green Energy Gallery, funded by Adani Green Energy, will be opened at the Science Museum in London. It will examine how the world can undergo fast energy transit in history to control climate change.

The gallery will open in 2023, announced in the Global Investment Summit in the Science Museum by the British PM Boris Johnson.

Chairman of Adani Green Energy, Gautam Adani, said that the company is delighted to support Adani Green Energy Gallery, which will explore how society can power the future using low carbon technologies.

The new gallery will explore the latest climatic science and energy resolution required to cut down global dependence on fossil fuels and achieve the target of the Paris Agreement to check global warming.

Visitors will get to see how data visualizations and future projections are the main elements to generate knowledge, inform decisions on how we like, and stimulate innovative solutions.

The Chair of the Science Museum Group, Dame Mary Archer, said that it would be a global perspective of the most urgent challenge of the world.

The gallery will draw on the Science Museum Group Collection and loans, deploying a wide range of interactive and digital storytelling techniques to reveal the latest technology and explore energy resolutions of both past and future.

The Green Energy Gallery has been developed in four thematic sections, which define the challenges of the century. It includes Alternative Futures, Future Planet, Future Energy and Power, and Future Living. It will reflect the moments from the past when the future of energy was imagined.

The rare Edison tube has recently been displayed at the Science Museum Group Collection, which will enable the visitors to stare at the launching of the new gallery in two years.

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The Adani Green Energy Gallery, funded by Adani Green Energy, will be opened at the Science Museum in London. It will examine how the world can undergo fast energy transit in history to control climate change. The gallery will open in 2023, announced in the Global Investment Summit in the Science Museum by the British PM Boris Johnson. Chairman of Adani Green Energy, Gautam Adani, said that the company is delighted to support Adani Green Energy Gallery, which will explore how society can power the future using low carbon technologies. The new gallery will explore the latest climatic science and energy resolution required to cut down global dependence on fossil fuels and achieve the target of the Paris Agreement to check global warming. Visitors will get to see how data visualizations and future projections are the main elements to generate knowledge, inform decisions on how we like, and stimulate innovative solutions. The Chair of the Science Museum Group, Dame Mary Archer, said that it would be a global perspective of the most urgent challenge of the world. The gallery will draw on the Science Museum Group Collection and loans, deploying a wide range of interactive and digital storytelling techniques to reveal the latest technology and explore energy resolutions of both past and future. The Green Energy Gallery has been developed in four thematic sections, which define the challenges of the century. It includes Alternative Futures, Future Planet, Future Energy and Power, and Future Living. It will reflect the moments from the past when the future of energy was imagined. The rare Edison tube has recently been displayed at the Science Museum Group Collection, which will enable the visitors to stare at the launching of the new gallery in two years. Image Source Also read: Adani inks pact with Essel Green for 40 MW solar project in Odisha

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