Adani Total Gas collaborates with Shigan Quantam Technologies Ltd

Suresh P Manglani, Executive Director & CEO of Adani Total Gas (Image Credits: Suresh P Manglani/LinkedIn)

Adani Total Gas Limited (ATGL) and Shigan Quantum Technologies Limited has recently entered into an MoU to jointly delve into and advance the decarbonization of supply chains. Their shared goal is to establish an environment that fosters the shift towards cleaner fuel options like CNG and LNG, promoting an ecosystem for this transition.

Adani Total Gas Limited (ATGL) operates as a joint venture between Adani Group, anIndian conglomerate, and TotalEnergies, a global energy major. ATGL focuses on the distribution of natural gas and aims to expand its reach across various sectors, including commercial, industrial, and domestic segments, contributing significantly to India’s energy landscape. On the other hand, Shigan Quantum Technologies Limited specializes in cutting-edge technologies, particularly in the realm of hydrogen and clean energy solutions, fostering advancements in sustainable mobility and energy storage.

Shishir Agrawal, Managing Director, Shigan (Image Credits: Shishir Agrawal/LinkedIn)

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) details plans to investigate adapting internal combustion engines (ICE) to run on alternative fuels, with a primary emphasis on their use in transportation and mining. Both parties aim to expand these initiatives to include fleet operators, encompassing Adani Group entities involved in sectors such as cement, ports, and logistics. Moreover, the partnership will delve into potential uses in stationary engines, trains, and marine machinery. ATGL and Shigan are forging an extensive partnership that transcends traditional fuel alternatives, delving into the domain of e-mobility. Their concerted efforts will be directed towards the creation of sustainable options tailored specifically for last-mile delivery entities. This collaborative endeavor aims to actively support the burgeoning movement towards eco-friendly and streamlined transportation within urban landscapes.

Suresh P. Manglani, Executive Director and CEO of ATGL emphasized the collective vision for a greener and more sustainable future. He highlighted the intent to co-develop end-to-end solutions supporting the transport and mining industries in their decarbonization journey, aligning with the country’s net-zero commitments. Shishir Agrawal, Managing Director of Shigan, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, emphasizing its significance in advancing joint commitments to environmental responsibility. The transition to cleaner fuels is expected to reduce carbon footprints and inspire positive change within the industry.

Additionally, the partnership aims to explore the viability of utilizing green hydrogen as a fuel source for internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. This collaboration highlights the shared dedication of both entities to investigating innovative technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the automotive industry positively.


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