Noida-based IB Solar is expanding its PV module manufacturing capacity to 500 MW with the addition of a 400 MW fully automated line. The new facility, located in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, will become operational by July this year.
IB Solar director Abhinav Mahajan told pv magazine their new 400 MW facility can produce M10, half-cut, 144-cell modules.
Cliantech Solutions and Technologies Llp is the supply, installation and after-sales support partner for the production equipment sourced from China.
IB Solar’s existing 100 MW facility produces polysilicon and mono silicon modules.
Mahajan said they plan to enter cell manufacturing by 2026 and are in talks with foreign/European companies for possible JV.
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