From pv magazine India
Delhi-based Inverted Energy recently started operating a 100 MWh lithium-ion battery assembly unit in the city’s Okhla industrial area.
The facility will initially focus on producing batteries for energy storage systems in the residential, C&I, and utility-scale sectors, as well as electric mobility applications.
The company also plans to expand its in-house manufacturing capabilities to cater to critical applications in the health care and telecoms sectors, Inverted Energy co-founder Aditya Goel told pv magazine.
The company sources Li-ion cells for its batteries from countries such as South Korea, Japan and China, where most of the world’s cell manufacturing capacity is concentrated.
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The scale of operation if Inverted Energy, at 100MWHr, is too small to be cost competitive with batteries from gigafactories of Tesla, Samsung and Panasonic and the Chinese competitors.
It should be made compalsry in societies buildings having 5 floors
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