From pv journal India

JSW Vitality, a non-public sector energy producer in India, has introduced plans to grow to be a 20 GW energy producing firm with 40 GWh / 5 GW storage capability by 2030. It’s also working to attain -ot a photo voltaic module manufacturing capability of 1 GW per 12 months and a inexperienced hydrogen manufacturing capability of three,800 tons per 12 months by 2025.

As of March 31, 2023, JSW Vitality has put in a cumulative energy era capability of 6.6 GW in thermal (3.2 GW), wind (1.4 GW), hydro (1.4 GW), and photo voltaic (657 MW). Below-construction initiatives stand at 3.2 GW, which the corporate expects to fee by the top of 2024.

JSW Vitality plans to extend its renewable vitality capability and transfer into vitality services and products. Along with photo voltaic and wind era initiatives, it invests in companies equivalent to vitality storage, inexperienced hydrogen, and photo voltaic PV module manufacturing.

The corporate says 1 GW of wafer-to-module PV manufacturing capability can be operational by April 2025. This capability was received below the federal government’s Efficiency Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme. In vitality storage, it has a locked-in capability of three.4 GWh (2.4 GWh pumped storage and 1 GWh battery storage).

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