Premier Energies set to triple cell and module production capacity to 1.5 GW within two month

Indian solar cell and module manufacturer Premier Energies Ltd. aims to triple the company's current production capacity. Being built at an investment of $66.3 million, the plant will produce 1.5 GW of solar cells and modules as against the current capacity of 500 MW.
According to the company, the new manufacturing unit will produce polycrystalline cells as well as mono PERC cells at a maximum wafer size up to 210 mm. The plant is expected to be commissioned within the next two months.
Headquartered in Secunderabad, Indian state of Telangana, Premier Energies, an independent power producer owns and operates more than 250 MW solar power plants across India. These plants are monitored and maintained by an in-house O&M team.
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