To significantly catapult the energy transition and effectively contribute in the country’s sustainable growth, Gautam Solar is in the process of expanding its annual solar module manufacturing capacity to 2 GW. The leading player in the solar module manufacturing segment is projecting to achieve the massive expansion by the end of calendar year 2024. To enable the projected growth in a steady and timely manner, Gautam Solar will be investing around Rs 150 crores on its manufacturing setup during the year.
For Gautam Solar, North India’s largest solar module manufacturer, this will be a major leap bolstering its prowess as the major contributor in the country’s solar transition. The expanded manufacturing capacity of Gautam Solar will be used to manufacture the revolutionary N-type TOPCon and Mono PERC Solar Modules. These high-efficiency solar modules are certified as per ALMM and BIS standards for domestic market as well as UL & IEC Standards for foreign markets like the United States and Europe.
“We are committed to working with the various industry stakeholders to build a strong indigenous solar manufacturing sector in line with the government’s vision and help India achieve its Net Zero Goal. As we aim to double our capacity by 2024, it will be another step towards achieving our broader pursuit. The fervently dedicated team of experts at Gautam Solar has been working extensively to leverage cutting-edge technologies to create innovative products and strategize solutions to escalate solar module manufacturing domestically. I am optimistic that our growth trajectory will be further catapulted in the years to come,” noted Gautam Mohanka, CEO of Gautam Solar.
Gautam Solar’s products are already being used in a variety of applications, including rooftop solar projects, utility-scale solar projects and C&I Solar plants, both by government agencies and private entities. This major expansion will help the company to further reduce India’s reliance on imported Solar Modules and is a testament to the company’s commitment to the ‘Make in India’ campaign.