GoodEnough Energy to set up 20 GWh battery storage factory in Jammu & Kashmir


GoodEnough Energy announced this week that it is set to start India’s largest battery energy storage systems (BESS) gigafactory for grid stability with an initial capacity of 7 GWh. The gigafactory will commence operations by October 2024. At full scale, the factory will have 20 GWh capacity by 2026. The gigafactory will produce advanced battery energy storage systems for industrial applications.

GoodEnough Energy manufactures modular energy backup solutions for commercial, industrial, and institutional applications. It has committed a total investment of over INR 450 crore for the gigafactory in Jammu & Kashmir.

The company stated its gigafactory will create opportunities for over 100 SMEs as vendors and suppliers and boost job generation in the J&K region.

Akash Kaushik, founder of GoodEnough Energy, said, “The electricity industry is undergoing significant change, with a growing need for clean, reliable, and affordable power. This transformation demands innovative technical solutions and grid optimization strategies that can unlock new revenue streams and optimize energy usage. With India’s largest and state-of-the-art BESS Gigafactory in J&K, we are focusing on developing indigenous BESS technologies with global competence and cutting-edge features. Our revolutionary energy storage systems are proudly Made in Bharat and aim to empower high CO2 emission industries in achieving their green targets.”




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