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Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai (File Photo/ANI)
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai (File Photo/ANI)

Malaysia-based Petronas Hydrogen and Continental Automotive to invest Rs32,000 cr in Karnataka

ANI | Updated: Jul 05, 2022 23:29 IST


Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], July 5 (ANI): The Karnataka state government signed a Memorandum of understanding (MoUs) with Malaysia-based Petronas Hydrogen and Continental Automotive Components(India) for a total investment of Rs32,000 crores in the presence of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.
The MoUs were signed by Additional Chief Secretary in the Department of Commerce and Industries Dr. EV Ramana Reddy and Petronas Hydrogen CEO Adlan Ahmaad, Continental Automotive CEO Prashant Doreswamy.
Speaking on the occasion Chief Minister Bommai assured the two companies of all the cooperation from the state government and wanted the companies to implement the projects within the time frame.

Minister for IT, BT Dr CN Ashwathnarayan, CM's Principal Secretary Manjunath Prasad, and Commissioner for Industries department Gunjan Krishna were present on the occasion.
Petronas has committed to invest Rs31,200 crores to set up a renewable energy plant in Mangaluru. It would create employment opportunities for 3000 persons.
Continental Automotive is set to have a direct foreign investment of Rs1000 crores for setting up of a Research and Development Center. It is expected to provide jobs for 6000 persons. The company is engaged in automotive software development and mobility technology development. The proposed investment is aimed toward the expansion of its Technical Center India(TCI).
earlier the southern state signed an MoU with ReNew Power Company at Davos for an investment of Rs50,000 crores in the renewable energy sector.
The Bommai-led state also signed an MoU with ACME Cleantech Solutions Company for setting up Hydrogen and Ammonia production plants in Mangaluru with an associated solar power unit with an investment of Rs52,000 crores. (ANI)

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