Vikram Solar Expands Module Production Capacity By 1.3 GW

Vikram Solar Starts 1.3 GW Solar Module Production Fab In Tamil Nadu As Part Of 3 GW Integrated PV Manufacturing Plans; Claims To Have Become ‘Largest’ Indian PV Module Producer With 2.5 GW Capacity

Having 1.2 GW already operational solar module manufacturing capacity in the Indian state of West Bengal, module manufacturer Vikram Solar Limited has now expanded its annual capacity by another 1.3 GW with a new production facility in Tamil Nadu.

India PV News Snippets: MNRE, Vikram Solar, IHS, PLI Scheme

MNRE Modifies 12 GW CPSU Scheme Phase-II & Extends Renewable Project Completion Deadline Due To COVID-19; Vikram Solar Energizes 85 MW Solar For NTPC; India On 6th Spot Of IHS Markit’s Renewables Investment Attractiveness List; PLI Scheme Expanded To Battery Storage

CPSU scheme amended: The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has introduced amendments to the Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) Scheme Phase-II under which it plans to procure 12 GW of grid connected solar PV capacity for self-consumption or for use by government entities (see India Details 12 GW CPSU Scheme Phase-II).

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