Tata Power Solar expands Bengaluru facility

Tata Power Solar, a member of Tata group, has announced expanding the capacity of its cell and module manufacturing facility in Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka.

It said in a statement: “The two-stage expansion doubled the company’s module capacity to 400 MW from 200 MW, and increased its cell manufacturing capacity by 65 per cent from 180 MW to 300 MW.”

According to the company’s chairman Anil Sardana, “We are happy to see our team responding to Government of India’s call of ‘Make in India’. The gradual turnaround of the company and its expansion in capacity has been a hallmark achievement of Team Tata Power, when other sector players are still facing challenges of sustained economics.”

As part of the expansion process, the company modernised and fully automated entire manufacturing facility.

“Tata Power Solar has shipped 1 GW modules to over 30 countries, of which more than 60 per cent was shipped in the last five years,” added the statement.

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