Adani Group To Spin Off Hydrogen Businesses by 2028: CFO


India’s Adani Group is owned and controlled by billionaire Gautam Adani. It plans to spin-off businesses such as hydrogen, airports and data centers by 2028, after it achieves a certain investment profile. Jugeshinder Singh, the company’s Chief Financial Officer, stated that.


Adani Enterprises Ltd (AEL), which seeks to raise Rs. 20,000 crore through a follow-on sale of shares, is the incubator for the company. Businesses such as power, ports and city gas have been incubated at AEL for years before being spun off or merged into their own listed companies.


AEL houses new businesses like hydrogen. The group plans to invest USD 50 billion over the next ten years in the value chain. This includes thriving airport operations, mining and data centre, roads and logistics, as well as a flourishing airport operation. The corporate house plans to spin off or demerge mining, data centers, roads and logistics as well as airports and metals businesses.

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AEL will use the money to pay down its debt and fund green hydrogen projects, airport facilities, greenfield expressways and airport facilities.


Before a demerger can be considered, the businesses must have a basic investment profile and mature before they are eligible. Singh stated to PTI that these businesses could achieve the required levels of maturity between 2025 and 2028.

It is aiming to be one of the most cost-effective producers of hydrogen, which will allow it to become a fuel with zero carbon footprint. It also has a big stake in its airport business, with the goal of becoming the largest service provider in the country over the next few years.

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