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    September 8, 2022 - Indian Business Insight


      Adani Group will invest $70 billion in green energy transition and infrastructure projects to become a net exporter of clean energy. It will build three giga factories in India to manufacture polysilicon, solar modules, wind turbines and hydrogen electrolysers, as part of a $70-billion investment in clean energy by 2030. The three giga factories will lead to the world's most integrated green energy value chains. The Adani Group will generate an additional 45 gigawatt (GW) of renewable energy to add to its existing 20 GW capacity, as well as three million tonnes of hydrogen. This value chain will be fully indigenous and aligned with the geopolitical needs of India.


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