GAIL seeks to invest in start-ups solar power plants
GAIL wants to invest in 'start-ups in core business areas and non-core areas (like health, social and environment, safety, and security) either directly or indirectly
New Delhi: State-owned GAIL India has sought shareholder nod to amend the charter of the company to invest in start-ups, build solar power plants and set up battery charging stations for electric vehicles as it looks to diversify its portfolio beyond gas and petrochemicals.
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