Gautam Adani Leads Energy Revolution with Adani Green Energy Gallery

Gautam Adani, Elon Musk, Mukesh Ambani
Gautam Adani, Elon Musk, Mukesh Ambani

Billionaire Gautam Adani is taking several steps to promote renewable energy. ‘Adani Green Energy Gallery for Energy Revolution‘ inaugurated at Science Museum, London. In this inauguration ceremony, Gautam Adani said that Adani Green Energy is leading the energy transition. Along with this generation, the coming generations are also committed to respecting and taking care of the planet. For renewable energy, Adani Group is building the world’s largest renewable energy park in Gujarat and through this park it can generate up to 45 GW of electricity through solar energy.

Gautam Adani said that

Taking huge steps as the world’s leading solar energy developer and India’s largest renewable energy company. We are building the world’s largest renewable energy park in Khavra in the state of Gujarat. It will have a production capacity of 30 gigawatts of energy – and that is incredibly big. It has an area of 538 square kilometers i.e. many times bigger than Paris. This is part of the goal to reach 45 GW of renewable energy by 2030.

How special is Adani Green Energy Gallery?

This gallery explores how the world can produce and use energy more sustainably to urgently decarbonize and limit dangerous climate change.

This gallery is free to the public. It examines future challenges. This gallery is divided into three sections.

At Future Planet visitors can explore how scientists use complex computer-based models to understand the planet, and what these tell us about the range of climate futures that may occur.

In Future Energy the technologies and people behind them that are reimagining how energy is supplied and used are highlighted with historical artefacts that provide a long view of the transition away from fossil fuels.

Through interactive digital exhibits and specially commissioned models, the gallery shows how the past, present and future are shaped by human imagination and innovation and explores how we all have a role in this.

Objects in this section include a 7 meter tall tidal turbine blade built by Scottish renewable energy company Orbital Marine Power and the Bersey Cab, the first electric taxi admired by Londoners in 1897.


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