Adani Total Gas Aims to Power Up India’s EV Revolution with 75,000 Charging Stations by 2030
Adani Total Gas Aims to Power Up India’s EV Revolution with 75,000 Charging Stations by 2030

Adani Total Gas Ltd. is committed to accelerating India’s electric vehicle (EV) revolution by establishing a robust network of 75,000 EV charging stations across the country by 2030.

This ambitious initiative aims to bolster the adoption of electric mobility and create a sustainable ecosystem for EV users.

The Greenmosphere project is planting 220,000 trees to promote environmental conservation and offset carbon emissions, creating green spaces and positively impacting the ecosystem.

A major corporation is demonstrating a commitment to sustainable practices and environmental responsibility, which is commendable.

Adani Total Gas Ltd is on the move! Our massive expansion continues with CNG and PNG

Commitment to Environmental Protection is Highlighted

The Adani group has transitioned from diesel to CNG in its vehicle fleet, with all 50 owned locations now using rooftop solar panels for power.

Adani Total Gas Ltd. is expanding with CNG, PNG, compressed biogas, and e-mobility, aiming for 75,000 EV charging stations by 2030 and transitioning its 37 million-kilometer vehicle fleet to CNG. Plus, through our ATGL Greenmosphere initiative, we have planted 220,000 trees, cutting down 3,000 tons of CO2 annually,” Gautam Adani posted on X (formerly Twitter).

Chairman, Adani Group. Proud Indian. Excited to be part of the India growth story!

Adani earlier on Thursday announced the Adani Group’s intention to use sustainable methods to transform the cement business.

Target for installing 75,000 EV charging stations by 2030.

Green Partnerships: Key to a Sustainable Future

Adani Group’s strategic partnerships with global leaders such as TotalEnergies in the electric vehicle (EV) sector demonstrate a collective endeavor to harness advanced technologies and expertise, expediting India’s transition to electric mobility.

This collaborative approach seamlessly aligns with India’s overarching goals to mitigate pollution and decrease reliance on fossil fuels.

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