Clean Max Enviro Energy Solutions (CleanMax) will develop a 45.9 MW solar-wind power project for consumption by Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL).
Emmvee is setting up a 1.5 GW TOPCon solar cell manufacturing facility in the Indian state of Karnataka. The unit will start production from June.
DhaSh PV, India’s largest integrated PV junction box manufacturer, is scaling its solar junction box manufacturing capacity in Bengaluru to 50 GW per year from 15 GW currently. The new capacity will start production by 2025, making DhaSh PV the world’s largest PV junction box manufacturer outside China.
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages’ bottling plant in the Ramanagara district in Karnataka has been certified as carbon neutral. The facility has significantly reduced its carbon footprint by sourcing over 90% of its power from renewable energy.
Waaree Energies Ltd has secured the contract to supply over 200 MW of solar PV modules built with made-in-India cells to IRCON Renewable Power’s PV project in Pavagada.
Loom Solar has introduced its solar panels from 10 W to 575 -700 W bifacial TOPCon, energy storage solutions from 75 Wh to 5 kWh-45 kWh, high-frequency solar inverters, and customisable small solar panels in Southern India.
Schneider Electric’s state-of-the-art battery lab will focus on developing innovative battery technologies and exploring new energy storage solutions that prioritize sustainability and minimize environmental impact.
The project will help in the evacuation of 1.5 GW of renewable energy from the Koppal area of Karnataka.
Exide Energy is setting up 6 GWh of lithium battery capacity initially, including 3 GWh for lithium nickel cobalt manganese oxide (NCM) and lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells each. It plans to scale it to 12 GWh in the near future.
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