1. GAIL (India) Ltd. plans to establish 26 bio-CNG plants within the next two to three years. These will be developed as standalone projects and joint ventures with raw material suppliers and biogas producers.
  2. The initiative will see investments up to Rs 1,300 crore, with individual plant costs ranging from Rs 30 crore to Rs 50 crore. GAIL has partnered with companies like Adani and Reliance Industries Ltd. to purchase biogas at $15-$16 per million metric British thermal units (mmBtu).
  3. The bio-CNG plants will use paddy straw, municipal solid waste, and sugarcane press mud as raw materials. GAIL has issued an Expression of Interest across India for companies meeting specific criteria to form joint ventures for these raw materials.

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