battery Gigafactory in India
India is currently making significant progress towards sustainability to keep its promise to the international community and assist in becoming carbon neutral.
The name Giga factory has been created from the word ‘Giga’, the unit of measurement representing “billions”, Simply put Giga factories are large-scale factories.
What is a Gigafactory?
One of India’s largest electric vehicle manufacturers, Ola Electric, has announced plans to build a 100 GWh Giga factory. With an initial capacity of 5 GWh.
Ola GIGA Factory
Amara Raja Batteries Limited has recently inaugurated the most extensive Gigafactory in Telangana, with a projected investment of Rs 9,500 crore over the forthcoming decade.
Amara Raja Batteries
Exide Industries, a leading battery manufacturer, is set to invest Rs 6,000 crore in establishing a state-of-the-art Lithium-ion cell manufacturing factory in Karnataka.
In Gujarat’s Dholera Special Investment Region, the Tata Group, the parent company of Tata Motors, has committed a sizeable investment of 4,000 crores to construct a lithium-ion battery plant
Lucas TVS and 24M Technologies have collaborated to establish a pioneering GIGA factory in India, focusing on developing next-generation lithium-ion batteries.
Lucas TVS & 24M Technologies
Godi India, with its headquarters in Hyderabad operations, has recently announced its intention to construct a giga factory in India.