At a Glance 2021

Focus : India, a Shining Example of Our Broad Energy Strategy

Developing low-carbon energies with Adani in India will also help facilitate the energy transition at the global level.

TotalEnergies and Adani have one of the largest solar photovoltaic plants in the world in Kamuthi, in southern India.


In 2020, TotalEnergies formed a 50-50 joint venture with Adani Green Energy Limited (AGEL), an Adani subsidiary specialized in renewable energies and the world’s largest solar power developer. This joint venture will operate AGEL’s existing solar farms in 11 Indian states. In 2021, TotalEnergies expanded its partnership with Adani by acquiring a 20% interest in AGEL. Overall, this is TotalEnergies’ largest-ever investment in renewable energies.


A 14.6 GW renewables portfolio, comprising primarily solar projects: 
3 GW in operation, 3 GW under construction and 8.6 GW in the planning stage.


  • A regasification terminal in Dhamra (5 million tons per year).
  • LNG imports for large industrial customers.
  • Distribution of city gas with a target of 4 million customers in 10 years.