According to Adani, the enterprise has planted 2,20,000 trees via its Greenmosphere initiative and is expanding with CNG and PNG
Adani Total Gas Ltd, the company that owns the Adani Group, is on target to install 75,000 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations by 2030, according to its chairman Gautam Adani.
According to Adani, through his Greenmosphere initiative, 2,20,000 trees have been planted as part of the company’s ‘massive expansions’ with CNG and PNG.
Additionally, he stated that all 50 sites benefiting from solar panels on their rooftops are being powered by the group.
In addition to this, the Chairman of the Adani Group said that the group’s operations vehicles fleet has switched totally from diesel to compressed natural gas.
X reports that Gautam Adani is expanding Adani Total Gas Ltd.’s operations beyond LNG to include compressed biogas and e-mobility. EV charging stations are expected to be installed in 75,000 locations by 2030. They have now installed rooftop solar panels on all 50 of their properties. They switched their entire fleet of operations vehicles, which cover 37 million kilometers a year, from diesel fuel to compressed natural gas. In addition, the company has planted 220,000 trees through its ATGL Greenmosphere initiative, reducing the amount of CO2 emitted by 3,000 tons each year.
As early as Thursday, Adani Group announced its commitment to revolutionize the cement industry through the adoption of sustainable practices.
Adani in his X post says that about 90% of the cement that Ambuja & ACC produce is now blended from waste fly ash and slag. As a result of this significant shift, their cement will not only have a smaller environmental footprint but will also huge strides towards sustainability. Additionally, they are committed to powering 60% of their cement production from renewable energy sources by 2028. This ambitious goal will establish them as a cement production.
The Adani Group highlighted Ambuja and ACC’s pivotal role in spearheading a sustainable revolution within the cement industry.
Over 90 percent of the Adani Group’s cement production now includes recycled fly ash and slag cement.
By 2028, Adani intends to generate 60 percent of its cement production from renewable sources. This goal is one of the key aspects of the company’s vision.
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