Moser Baer Solar Limited (MBSL), a leader in the Indian solar power generation market, today announced a new landmark with the supply of 465 KW crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar modules to La Salle, a leading real estate investment management company in Japan, for commissioning of rooftop solar installation on its warehouses.
The 465 KW crystalline silicon solar modules supplied by Moser Baer is a globally acclaimed and TUV Rheinland-certified product, Moser Baer said in a web site release.
Apart from this, MBSL said, it has supplied more than 2800 KW modules making it one of the important non-Japanese suppliers of solar modules in the very demanding Japanese market, which is dominated by the Japanese brands like Sharp, Sanyo, Kyocera, etc.
MBSL said the company has been exporting about 90 per cent of its production to over 32 countries across the globe under its own brand in last 3 years. With the booming Indian solar market, MBSL will now focus to develop the domestic market.
In addition to the large part of its 50 MW thin film capacity, the company will now allocate a significant portion of its expanded 200MW capacity of crystalline silicone capacity to meet the domestic market requirement. These initiatives will help meet the requirements emanating out of National Solar Mission and states-led solar policies domestically.
"Having proven ourselves in demanding markets like Germany, Italy, France, UK, Japan etc, we believe it is the right time to extend our global expertise to nurture the growth of Indian solar industry. Our expanded capacity and global experience will play a key role in the country achieving its ambitious target set in National Solar Mission," Vivek Chaturvedi, senior vice president of MBSL, said.
Moser Baer Solar Ltd (MBSL) and Moser Baer Photovoltaic are subsidiaries of Moser Baer India Limited, which among the two manufactures world-class solar modules and provide EPC solutions for effective deployment of PV systems.
Moser Baer has a current production capacity of 90 MW in crystalline silicon cells, 100 MW of crystalline silicon modules, and 50 MW of amorphous silicon (thin film) modules.