Adani Group to invest $20 bn in RE generation for next 10 years
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Adani Group to invest $20 bn in RE generation for next 10 years

Adani Group CEO Gautam Adani told the media that the company will invest $20 billion in renewable energy generation and component manufacturing for the next 10 years along with production of cheap green electrons.

The port-to-energy conglomerate intends to triple its renewable power generation capacity over the next four years, enter green hydrogen production, power all data centres with renewable energy, make its ports carbon-neutral by 2025, and invest more than 75% of capital expenditure in green technologies until 2025.

The $20 billion investment will be in renewable energy generation, component manufacturing, transmission, and distribution, Adani Group chairman said at the JP Morgan India Investor Summit.

The company currently operates 4,920 MW of renewable energy generation capacity and is building another 5,124 MW.

Adani Group owns a pipeline of 9,750 MW confirmed and another 4,500 MW likely to win contracts. Over the next four years, the company plans to more than triple its renewable energy generation capacity, from 21% now to 63%.

Adani Group will be India's first data centre firm to power all of its facilities with renewable energy by 2030.

In terms of other ventures, Adani asserted that the main focus will remain on underserved infrastructure sectors that are critical to the nation's development.

The company would also expand into adjacent industries and start new businesses. It will build deep operational expertise in each of its businesses before aggressively expanding organically and through acquisitions.

In terms of digital business, he said that the Adani Group's plans for airport-centred growth include entertainment facilities, e-commerce and logistics capabilities, aviation-dependent industries, and smart city developments.

Adani claims that India will have the largest and youngest middle class in history over the next two decades.

It will be among the top four countries in terms of market capitalisation over the next decade.

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Adani Group CEO Gautam Adani told the media that the company will invest $20 billion in renewable energy generation and component manufacturing for the next 10 years along with production of cheap green electrons. The port-to-energy conglomerate intends to triple its renewable power generation capacity over the next four years, enter green hydrogen production, power all data centres with renewable energy, make its ports carbon-neutral by 2025, and invest more than 75% of capital expenditure in green technologies until 2025. The $20 billion investment will be in renewable energy generation, component manufacturing, transmission, and distribution, Adani Group chairman said at the JP Morgan India Investor Summit. The company currently operates 4,920 MW of renewable energy generation capacity and is building another 5,124 MW. Adani Group owns a pipeline of 9,750 MW confirmed and another 4,500 MW likely to win contracts. Over the next four years, the company plans to more than triple its renewable energy generation capacity, from 21% now to 63%. Adani Group will be India's first data centre firm to power all of its facilities with renewable energy by 2030. In terms of other ventures, Adani asserted that the main focus will remain on underserved infrastructure sectors that are critical to the nation's development. The company would also expand into adjacent industries and start new businesses. It will build deep operational expertise in each of its businesses before aggressively expanding organically and through acquisitions. In terms of digital business, he said that the Adani Group's plans for airport-centred growth include entertainment facilities, e-commerce and logistics capabilities, aviation-dependent industries, and smart city developments. Adani claims that India will have the largest and youngest middle class in history over the next two decades. It will be among the top four countries in terms of market capitalisation over the next decade. Image SourceAlso read: Andhra University set to launch solar thermal power project in campus

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