Emmvee starts construction of a new solar cell, module factory



Emmvee Group is building a 1.5 GW cell production line in India with a 1.75 GW integrated solar module. The new facility will expand its total module capacity to 3 GW.

India’s Emmvee Group, which currently has 1.25 GW of module production capacity, has started construction of a new 1.5 GW solar cell line and a 1.75 GW module factory in Bengaluru, India.

“The plant will be the most advanced and fully automated production line with a buildable area of ​​500,000 square feet,” the company said.

The new production plans expand Emmvee’s module capacity to 3 GW. The module and cell facilities are scheduled to start operating in June 2023 and the beginning of 2024.

“With this integrated manufacturing facility, we would be able to manage our supply chain more efficiently and offer the latest technology to meet global standards and requirements,” said Manjunatha, CEO of Emmvee Group. “As the construction of our new premises begins, Emmvee will continue to respond to growing demand and support its customers in business continuity by making deliveries on time.”

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