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Adani Group becomes India's first company firm to build 10,000 MW of renewable energy space

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Adani Group's Adani Green Energy has surpassed 10,000 megawatts (MW) of operational renewable energy capacity, becoming the country's first company to achieve this milestone.

Adani said the operational portfolio includes a diverse mix of 7,393 MW solar, 1,401 MW wind, and 2,140 MW wind-solar hybrid capacities.

How will it benefit people? 

AGEL’s capacity will power over 5.8 million homes, providing reliable, affordable, and clean energy. It will also prevent an estimated around 21 million tonnes of CO2 emissions annually. 


The development aligns with global objectives to combat climate change and supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals on multiple fronts.

What did Gautam Adani say?

"We are proud to be India’s first das hazari in the renewables space,” said Gautam Adani, Chairman of the Adani Group. “In less than a decade, Adani Green Energy has not just envisioned a greener future but has actualised it, growing from a mere idea to explore clean energy to achieving a phenomenal 10,000 MW in installed capacity."

"This achievement is a demonstration of the rapidity and scale at which the Adani Group aims to facilitate India's transition to clean, reliable and affordable energy," he said.

He highlighted the company's ambitious target of achieving 45,000 MW by 2030 and the ongoing development of the world's largest renewable energy project in Khavda, Gujarat, with a planned capacity of 30,000 MW.

Sustainable operations and global recognition

The company said that its operational portfolio is certified ‘single-use plastic free’, ‘zero waste-to-landfill’ and ‘water positive for plants with more than 200 MW capacity’.

ISS ESG acknowledges that it also ranks among the top 10 global companies in the renewable energy sector. The company's approach integrates innovative technology, digitization, and sustainable practices to lead the clean energy transition.