Billionaire Gautam Adani’s Adani Green Energy, the Adani group’s renewable energy arm, has unveiled an ambitious plan to generate a massive 45 gigawatts (GW) of clean energy by 2030.

This commitment was announced by Gautam Adani himself at the inauguration of the ‘Energy Revolution: The Adani Green Energy Gallery’ at London’s Science Museum. The gallery explores the path towards sustainable energy and aims to inspire visitors to embrace a cleaner future.

The centrepiece of Adani Green’s plan is the Khavda renewable energy park in Gujarat, India. Spanning a staggering 538 square kilometres – more than five times the size of Paris – this colossal project will be the world’s largest renewable energy park upon completion. With a targeted generation capacity of 30 GW, primarily from solar power, the Khavda Park will play a key role in achieving the 45 GW target.

“This will be like providing clean energy to almost every house in England,” Adani stated, putting the project’s scale into perspective. Adani Green is already making significant strides towards its goal. They currently manage a 9.5 GW renewable energy portfolio and have secured projects for an additional 21.8 GW, putting them well on track for the 2030 deadline.

Sagar Adani, Executive Director of Adani Green Energy, reiterated the company’s commitment to a sustainable future. “Through the sponsorship of the gallery, we aim to inspire young minds and innovators to imagine a future powered by clean energy and build a carbon-free world,” he said.

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