Tata Power Solar Expands Plant, doubles Manufacturing Capacity to 1,100 MW

Tata Power Solar Systems Limited had orders worth Rs 10,000 crore as of April 1, 2021.  (Symbolic picture)

Tata Power Solar Systems Limited had orders worth Rs 10,000 crore as of April 1, 2021. (Symbolic picture)

Tata Power Solar Systems Ltd has expanded the state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Bengaluru. Now solar cell and module manufacturing capacity has doubled to 1,100 MW.

new Delhi. Tata Power Solar Systems Ltd has doubled its solar cell and module manufacturing capacity to 1,100 MW. On Wednesday, the company said in a statement that the company’s state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Bangalore has been expanded.
According to the company, now the total production capacity of the cell and module has increased to 1,100 MW. According to the statement, due to the significant increase in demand for solar modules and favorable policies of the government for self-reliant India, the plant has been expanded in view of the hope of further acceleration in the coming years.

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The company’s revenue reached Rs 2,353 crore.Tata Power’s solar equipment manufacturing plant in Bengaluru is the country’s premier integrated cell and module manufacturing plant. According to the financial income of December 2020, the company’s revenue was Rs 2,353 crore and by April 1, 2021, an order of Rs 10,000 crore was pending.

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