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Gautam Adani is not happy on becoming ’10 Hazari’, what is the whole story?

According to AGEN, the company aims to set up 45 GW renewable energy plants by 2030. The statement said, AGEN’s 10,934 MW operational segment will provide electricity to more than 58 lakh houses. Will save about 21 million tonnes of CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions annually.

For the last few months, Gautam Adani and his group have been continuously raising the flag of success. Good news is coming for them from different fields. Now the news that has come for him is from the energy sector. In fact, Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL) has installed a 2,000 MW solar plant in the huge Khavda Solar Park in Gujarat. With this it has become the first company in India to have more than 10,000 MW renewable energy capacity. Gautam Adani has said that he is proud that we have become the first company in the country to produce 10 thousand MW in the renewable energy segment.

What is the target of the company?

According to the company statement, it now has an operational capacity of 10,934 MW, which is the highest in India. 2,848 MW renewable energy capacity was installed in the financial year 2023-24. AGEN’s operational segments include 7,393 MW solar, 1,401 MW wind and 2,140 MW wind-solar hybrid capacity. According to AGEN, the company aims to set up 45 GW renewable energy plants by 2030. The statement said, AGEN’s 10,934 MW operational segment will provide electricity to more than 58 lakh houses. Will save about 21 million tonnes of CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions annually.

‘Proud to be 10 Hazari’

Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani said that we are proud to be India’s first ten thousand in the renewable sector. He said that in less than a decade, Adani Green Energy not only imagined a green future but also realized it. Exploring clean energy has grown from just an idea to achieving an unprecedented milestone of 10,000 MW in installed capacity.

Adani said that under the target of 45,000 MW (45 GW) by 2030, we are building the world’s largest renewable energy plant in Khavra. Khavra is a 30,000 MW project which has no competition at the global level. AGEN is not only setting standards for the world but also redefining them.