Reliance chairman outlines plans for HJT solar modules, sodium-ion batteries


From pv magazine India

Mukesh D Ambani, chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries, says that the company remains focused on fast-track execution of the Dhirubhai Ambani Green Energy Giga Manufacturing Complex in Jamnagar, in the Indian state of Gujarat. 

The group’s priority is to deliver a fully integrated end-to-end solar PV manufacturing ecosystem.

“This will be one of the world’s largest, most technologically advanced, flexible, and cost-competitive solar gigafactory globally and will be converting sand into solar PV modules,” said Ambani. 

The solar gigafactory will manufacture modules, cells, wafers, ingots, polysilicon, and glass at a single location in Jamnagar. Using heterojunction technology (HJT), it aims produce some of the world's most efficient solar PV cells and modules for large-scale and rooftop power generation. Ambani said the company wants to open the factory in a phased manner by the end of 2025.

The group will also leverage its engineering and construction capabilities and giga-scale manufacturing ecosystem to accelerate and enable the installation of at least 100 GW of renewable energy generation by 2030.

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