Ircon Renewable Power has tendered the manufacturing and supply of 530 Wp+ mono PERC bifacial modules under the domestic content requirement of a 600 MWp solar PV project at Pavagada.
The modules are built with made-in-India cells and therefore eligible for government projects and schemes mandating domestic content requirement (DCR).
Saatvik Solar will supply 4 MW of mono PERC modules to Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd for PV projects at two thermal power plants in Uttar Pradesh.
Maharashtra-based Contendre Solar has unveiled CG X 144 series mono PERC modules in power outputs ranging from 535 W to 550 W, with power conversion efficiency between 20.7% and 21.3%.
Bengaluru-based Emmvee Photovoltaic has a 1.25 GW module manufacturing facility that can produce polycrystalline and mono PERC solar panels, with the ability to upgrade to TOPCon. By the end of 2023, it will raise its module capacity to 3 GW by adding new units, including 1.5 GW of wafer-to-module capacity. Suhas Donthi, director-sales and operations, spoke to pv magazine about current demand for Indian manufacturers and what’s in store.
Ornate Solar’s engineering team designed, engineered and manufactured the new 530 kWp InRoof solar system in India. It serves as the primary roof over Pangaea Natural Stone’s factory in Rajasthan, covering a total area of 35,000 square feet.
Premier Energies and Azure Power have signed a strategic alliance under which Azure will invest in Premier’s 1.25 GW mono PERC cell and module facility in Telangana. It will also source 2.4 GW of solar modules from the plant over the next four years.
The Indian solar manufacturer’s new facility in Haryana is equipped to make mono PERC, half-cut, multi-busbar technology, to produce high-efficiency PV modules with 530-610Wp of power output.