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Adani Power

  • Number one private thermal power producer in India
  • World's top five single location thermal power plant at Mundra
  • Commissioned the first supercritical 660 megawatt (MW) unit in India
  • Has approximately 5,500 circuit Kms of transmission lines

Adani Group, a global conglomerate with a presence in multiple businesses across the globe, entered the power sector to harbinger a 'power full' India. Their comprehension of the criticality in meeting the power requirement and its crucial role in ensuring the energy security of India, spurred them to build India's largest and among the world's top five single location thermal power plant at Mundra.

Along with thermal power generation, Adani Power has made a paradigm shift by venturing into solar power generation in Gujarat. It is Adani's endeavour to empower one and all with clean, green power that is accessible and affordable for a faster and higher socio-economic development.

Adani Power targets to achieve 20,000 MW of power generation capacity by 2020.


Adani Power: Empowering the nation

2015 Acquired Lanco Infratech's 1200 MW Udupi power plant for US$ 1 billion
2015 Signed an MoU with the Government of Chhattisgarh to develop projects worth US$ 3.7 billion
2014 Bought Avantha Group’s 600 MW plant for US$ 620 million
2012 Commissions the world's largest single-location coal-fired plant in the private sector
2011 Infrastructure Excellence Award by CNBC TV18 and Essar Steel Award for spearheading the infra power sector
2010 Commissioned country's 1st supercritical unit of 660 MW
2007 Converted into a public limited company
1996 Started as a power trading company


Updated: November, 2014

India is world's third largest producer and fourth largest consumer of electricity in the world.