Alpex Solar to set up panel factory in Mathura

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Greater Noida-based Alpex Solar Ltd has been allotted 7 acres of land by the Uttar Pradesh State Industrial Development Authority (UPSIDA) at Kosi Kotwan on National Highway 19 in Mathura. The land is estimated to cost around INR 15.04 crore.

The company will release the first tranche of payment towards the allocated plot of land shortly. The land parcel will be used to set up a manufacturing facility for solar panels.

Alpex Solar secured the industrial land through an e-auction by UPSIDA.

Ashwani Sehgal, managing director of Alpex Solar, said the land allotment in Mathura is a significant development for the company’s existing and future expansion plans. The location at Kosi Kotwan is easily approachable through the National Highway within an hour, providing easy access for logistics and vendor support.

Alpex Solar manufactures PV modules using monocrystalline and polycrystalline cell technologies. Its product portfolio comprises bifacial, mono-perc, and half-cut solar PV modules. It also offers comprehensive solar energy solutions, including engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of AC/DC solar pumps in both surface and submersible categories. Its solar panel factory in Greater Noida has a production capacity of 848 MW, which can be further expanded to 2 GW.

 

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