Gautam Adani Unveils Massive Rs 2 Lakh Crore Investment Plan for Gujarat at Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2024

Ajit Kushwaha

Indian billionaire Gautam Adani shocked everyone at the Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2024 by promising to spend a huge Rs 55,000 crore in Modi’s home state by 2025. The founder of the Adani Group also promised to spend more than 2 lakh crore in Gujarat over the next 5 years.

Adani Spearheads Mega Green Energy Project

Adani’s huge investment plan for Gujarat will be topped off by a 25-square-kilometer Green Energy Park near Khavda village that aims to produce 30 gigawatts of electricity.

When it’s done, the green energy hub with its hybrid solar and wind power units should be able to be seen from space!

Adani’s pet project is expected to create more than 100,000 direct and secondary jobs as operations grow. It will also cut down on a huge 60 million tonnes of carbon emissions every year.

Gujarat – The Preferred Destination for Indian Conglomerates

A lot of big Indian companies used the Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2024 as a platform to talk about their big plans to grow in the state.

Besides the Adani Group, the Tata and Reliance groups also said they would spend billions of dollars in Gujarat over the next five to seven years. With ArcelorMittal’s new steel plant, corporate India seems to really like Gujarat’s business-friendly policies under Modi’s longest-serving CM.

Tata Building Cutting-Edge Semiconductor Hub

Tata Sons chairman N. Chandrasekaran confirmed that the salt-to-software company has picked Gujarat to build its long-awaited semiconductor factory.

Chandrasekaran said that feasibility studies are already done and the planned semi-fab unit will be built in the Dholera region. Commercial talks should be over by the beginning of 2024, which will make it possible to start building the project.

Tata also announced plans for a 20-gigawatt lithium cell gigafactory that will make batteries for electric cars by the middle of 2024.

Reliance Positioning Gujarat as Go-to Place for Mega Projects

Mukesh Ambani, a billionaire, said that Reliance will build the world’s biggest carbon fiber plant in the Hazira area of Gujarat. This is the first project of its kind in the world.

Ambani said again that over a third of Reliance Industries’ $150 billion investment has been put into Gujarat over the last ten years. This shows how strong the state’s manufacturing sector is.

Going forward, Ambani wants Gujarat to solidify its place as the Reliance Group’s center for building cutting-edge facilities in the new energy, technology, and materials value chains.

Mittal Adds to Ecosystem with Steel-Making Behemoth

Lakshmi Mittal said that ArcelorMittal wants to build the world’s biggest steel plant in Gujarat’s Hazira Belt by 2029. This is the latest big project announcement.

The huge company that Mittal runs that turns ships into steel already has a big presence in Gujarat. The new steel-making unit will make the state’s metals environment a lot better.

Key Takeaway for Businesses & Investors

Big names in Indian business now choose Gujarat over any other state when they want to spend billions of dollars building huge sites.

While the state has always been known for its business-friendly policies and top-notch facilities, Narendra Modi’s leadership as chief minister helped it become known as an industry leader.

India wants to quickly industrialize key areas like renewable energy, electric vehicles, electronics, and specialty materials. Gujarat, which is led by Bhupendra Patel, is in a great situation to receive huge amounts of capital.

For stock owners, this could mean huge profits for Adani, Tata, and Reliance over the next ten years as their next-generation megaprojects turn into money-making machines and take advantage of Gujarat’s vision for the future.

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By Ajit Kushwaha Writer
Ajit Kushwaha is a stock market investor and business owner of a chips manufacturing company in Hazaribagh, Jharkhand. He holds a Bsc. from Vinobha Bhave University and leverages over 5 years of share market experience in managing investments and his snack food business.
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