Indian entrepreneur and philanthropist Gautam Adani established the Adani Group, a global corporation focusing on port operations and development in India. Currently, he is the Chairman of the Adani Group. The Adani Foundation is managed by Adani and his wife, philanthropist Priti Adani. His wife is the leader of the charitable organisation he serves as president of.
The second-richest person in the world, Gautam Adani, has plans to invest $100 billion over the next ten years, particularly in the field of green energy. The 60-year-old chairman of India’s Adani Group stated that his company would prioritise petrochemicals, metals, and aerospace in addition to the energy shift and digital potential.
Indian Billionaire Adani Family’s Net Worth
Adani’s entrepreneurial talent is evident in all of his endeavours. He has experience in practically every imaginable area and excelled in it, whether logistics or real estate. He has always known that he wants to be an entrepreneur.
Billionaire tycoon Gautam Adani briefly becomes 2nd richest man in the world again, just behind entrepreneurs Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, with a net worth of USD 137.4 billion. Never before has an Asian been among the top three on the global billionaires’ list of Bloomberg and Forbes.
Gautam Adani as Chairman of Adani Group
Adani Group was created in 1988 by Gautam Adani, who also serves as its chairman. Adani Exports Limited is the centerpiece of the company, which is a commodity trading company. Energy, logistics, resources, real estate, agribusiness, financial services, defence, and aerospace are just a few of the Group’s many lines of operation.
Among other companies, he owns 66% of Adani Ports & SEZ Limited, 73% of Adani Power, 75% of Adani Enterprises, and 75% of Adani Transmission Limited. The Group, which operates in 50 countries and 70 locations, generates yearly revenues of around $13 billion.
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The chairman of India’s Adani Group, Gautam Adani, announced at the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Singapore that the company will invest more than $100 billion over the next ten years. According to Adani, green hydrogen could ultimately be used by India as a source of energy exports.
Adani indicated that up to 70% of this investment would go toward the energy transition space as he gradually revealed the group’s new energy ambitions. An additional 45 gigawatts will be generated using hybrid renewable energy sources and 3 gigawatts for solar cells, wind turbines, and hydrogen electrolyzers.
Energy Transition and Digital Transformation are the two key pillars that will determine the Adani Group’s strategic orientation both within India and later outside of its borders – said to chairman of the Adani group.