Arctech inaugurates first solar tracker factory in India

Jash Energy, Arctech’s first manufacturing joint venture in India made an announcement about its opening in Mundra. The manufacturing base has an annual capacity of 3 GW and allows it to produce all major components for its solar tracker products. The new factory is located on 16 acres in Mundra, Gujarat, and is modelled after Arctech’s existing Chinese manufacturing base in terms of both the automatic production line and manufacturing management system.

Jash Energy will have easy access to Western, Middle Eastern, and African markets due to its strategic location in Mundra. Also, Mundra with its relatively short logistics connectivity to the northwestern hinterland, is also an ideal trading base. According to the company, it is easily accessible from all major industrial destinations in Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, and Himachal Pradesh for cargo export.

Recently in August 2022, a green hydrogen plant was inaugurated by Larsen & Toubro at its AM Naik heavy engineering complex at Hazira, Gujarat. The plant will be responsible for generating 45 kg of green hydrogen daily for captive consumption in the company’s manufacturing complex.

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