Log9 Materials Gets BIS Certification For Its LTO Batteries

Log9 Materials, an Indian company specializing in advanced battery solutions, announced today that its LTO (Lithium Titanate Oxide) batteries have received certification from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).  These Log9’s BIS-certified LTO batteries boast enhanced safety due to their inherent thermal and chemical stability, minimizing the risk of fire or explosion compared to conventional lithium-ion […]

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Waaree Energies Gets BIS Certification For TopCon Modules

Solar PV modules manufacturer Waaree Energies Limited has announced that it has obtained certification for Topcon Modules from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). The certification is meant specifically for glass to backsheet, with a capacity of up to 625Wp. The certification falls under the category of “Crystalline Silicon Terrestrial Photovoltaic (PV) Modules (Si wafer-based). […]

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Credence Solar Gets BIS Certification For Its 685W Mono-PERC Modules 

Gujarat-based solar module manufacturer Credence Solar Panels has now received a new certification for its mono-PERC solar modules. As per the latest update from the office of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), the Indian authority granted a BIS certification to the firm for its solar modules upto 685 watts.  The BIS certification was issued […]

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GODI India Attains LFP BIS Certification For Indigenous Lithium-ion Cells

GODI India Private Limited, a Hyderabad-headquartered lithium-ion cell R&D and manufacturer, today announced its groundbreaking achievement as the first Indian company to secure LFP BIS certification for its Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) Lithium-ion cells in the presence of the Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy at the World Economic Forum, Davos. “This noteworthy certification, confirming IS 16046 Part-2:2018 / IEC 62133-2:2017 […]

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Ather Energy’s BIS Approved Charging Connector Promises Shake Up In Two Wheeler EVs

In big news for the Indian EV ecosystem, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has approved the first-ever indigenously developed connector standard for two and three wheelers, developed by Ather Energy. The charging connector is expected to provide a strong fillip to the charging ecosystem for two wheelers especially, as the firm is clear it […]

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Critical To bring Quality Standards Within The Solar Energy National Ecosystem

India’s commitment to achieving net-zero status by 2070, along with its pursuit of a greener transition, underscores the critical significance of solar power within portfolio of renewable energy. In a nation where approximately 5 billion GWh of energy is incident per year, with many regions receiving between 4 to 7 kWh per square meter daily, […]

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Credence Solar Panels Get BIS Certification Upto 670 MW

Gujarat-based solar module manufacturing company Credence Solar today claimed it received the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification for its solar panels. The company said that with this certification, Credence Solar became the first Indian solar module manufacturer to get a BIS certification for a capacity of up to 670 MW.   “We are thrilled […]

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Cosmic PV Breaks Ground For Expansion of Solar Manufacturing

Surat-based Cosmic PV Power Pvt. Ltd has announced the ground breaking ceremony for its 600 MW expansion for manufacturing solar modules. Announcing the new fully automatic robotics manufacturing facility in Surat, the company said that the state-of-the-art  facility will produce multi BB modules . The Facility is spread over more than 3,00,000 Sq. Ft  area […]

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Gautam Solar Launches G2X 450 Wp M10 High-Efficiency Modules for Rooftop Projects

A leading indigenous solar manufacturer, Gautam Solar has increased its G2X series with the introduction of high-efficiency and high-performance 450 Wp solar modules with larger M10 cells to improve the quality of solar products and accelerate the adoption of solar energy in the nation. The 450 Wp – M10 Modules from Gautam Solar are lightweight […]

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