Arctech Surpasses 6.2 GW of Solar Tracker Installations in India
China-based Arctech has announced that it has achieved a significant milestone by surpassing the 6.2 GW mark in the installation of solar trackers in India.
November 07, 2023. By News Bureau
Arctech manufactures these solar trackers through its Indian joint venture, Jash Energy, solidifying its presence in the Indian renewable energy market.
Solar trackers are devices integrated into solar panels that follow the sun's movement across the sky, optimising energy capture. Arctech entered the Indian market in 2015 and has since played a crucial role in enhancing solar energy generation across the country.
Notable projects for Arctech include a 1.7 GW installation and another substantial 2.8 GW project in 2022. Jash Energy, located in Mundra, Gujarat, operates with an annual capacity of 3 GW.
The factory has achieved self-sufficiency by locally sourcing steel for the production of essential components of Arctech's solar trackers. This milestone highlights Arctech's commitment to supporting India's renewable energy goals and increasing its footprint in the solar industry.
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