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Adani Group to invest $100 bn in a decade, focus on energy transition

Company in sight to become one of the least expensive producers of green electron and green hydrogen, says Gautam Adani

Gautam Adani at the Forbes Global CEO conference in Singapore.
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Gautam Adani at the Forbes Global CEO conference in Singapore.

Dev Chatterjee Mumbai
The Adani Group will invest $100 billion (Rs 8.1 trillion) in the next decade with a substantial amount going for energy transition, said group chairman Gautam Adani on Tuesday, announcing "game-changing" plans that the billionaire claimed could make India a net-energy exporter.

The group has earmarked 70 per cent of its new investments for energy transition space and infrastructure. "We are already the world’s largest solar player, and we intend to do far more. In this context, Adani New Industries is the manifestation of the bet we are making in the energy transition space. It is our commitment to invest

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First Published: Sep 27 2022 | 12:16 PM IST

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