The proposed lithium refinery, set up at a cost of INR 2,200 crore (US$296 million), will produce lithium hydroxide—a key component used in the production of cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries.
The company’s scope of work includes engineering, procurement, and construction of the solar plant.
The Gujarat-based solar manufacturer plans to have 1 GW of cells and 3.7 GW of module capacity operational in 2023.
The Ahmedabad-based technology startup has committed to funding INR 1,500 crore in electric vehicles and energy storage over the next five years in the state.
The Gujarat-based solar module manufacturer, which currently has 400 MW module fab operational, is expanding capacity to 1 GW with the addition of 600 MW mono PERC line. Having started EVA film manufacturing, it also plans to get into the production of aluminium frames and backsheets.
The three-day solar exhibition kicked off today at Helipad Exhibition Center in the Gandhinagar district of Gujarat. On the first day, Indian solar manufacturers Adani Solar, Pixon, Saatvik among others shared with pv magazine their aggressive plans to ramp up production capacities and launch new technologies. We also caught up with inverter player Invergy, which plans to open its manufacturing capacity soon in India.
The State accounts for 38% (14,375 MW) of the overall PV capacity (37,771 MW) sanctioned under the government’s scheme for “Development of Solar Parks and Ultra-Mega Solar Power Projects.”
The State-owned salt producer has invited developers to build and operate an aggregate 5 GW of solar capacity on its disused land in the Indian States of Rajasthan (4 GW) and Gujarat (1 GW). The developer shall pay to Hindustan Salts a fixed annual rental for the land provided on a per acre basis. Developers have until December 13 to lodge their interest.