Adani Solar, the solar PV manufacturing arm of Adani Group, unveiled its monocrystalline silicon ingot at the Intersolar India 2022 expo in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. This is India’s first silicon ingot ever produced.
The company plans for 2 GW of ingot and wafer capacity by December 2023 and aims to scale it to 10 GW by 2025.
Ahmedabad-based Chiripal Group has formed a new unit under its arm Chiripal Renewable Energy to manufacture solar cells, modules and glass.
Grew Energy will commission a manufacturing capacity of 4 GW of PV modules, 3 GW PV cells, and 300 tonnes/day of tempered glass in the next four years. The capacity is planned in phases across India, starting with a 2 GW fab in Rajasthan. The Rajasthan facility is expected to start production in June 2023.
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Excellent but also please mention why only few companies around the world manufacture these silicon ingots. What’s the reason and how India can benefit by producing these .
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