The company said that this Bengaluru facility aims to support customers with high-quality PV inverter production and manufacturing, service & maintenance, and after-sales transit storage
November 29, 2019. By News Bureau
TBEA Xi’an Electric Technology Co. Ltd., an arm of TBEA Group has announced the inauguration of its GW-class photovoltaic (PV) inverter facility in India on November 29, 2019. The firm has developed as a strong player from its base in China, instituting 2 R&D centers in Xi’an and Munich, Germany. With more than 10 major scientific research projects such as the National 863 Program and Science and Technology Support Program behind it, the firm also titles to have presided over the drafting of many national standards and won more than 300 patents of various kinds in China.
This new 2GW manufacturing facility of the Chinese maker of inverters, high-voltage SVGs, energy routers and flexible DC transmission equipment is located in Bidadi town in Bengaluru, around 5KM from the Electronic City.
The company said that this Bengaluru facility aims to support customers with high quality PV inverter production and manufacturing, service & maintenance, and after sales transit storage.
The plant’s opening ceremony took place amidst the presence of various solar industry leaders, government officials, along with its business clients.
TBEA’s long term plan for this India factory is to operate three assembly lines with an ensuing manufacturing capacity of 2 GW. However, the company aims to initially to begin manufacturing with two assembly lines each having 1 GW capacity.
Out of the two assembly lines, one will manufacture outdoor type central Inverters – all ratings; and another will manufacture utility type multi MPPT string inverter of 208kW.
The third line is projected to be operational on a later stage, depending on the market trends, the company said.
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