Some of the distinctive features of Gautam Solar’s 545 Wp 10BB Mono Solar Modules include bigger M10 cells for higher power generation, multi-busbar technology for lower electrical losses, round ribbon connectors for better light utilization, bifacial PERC technology for power generation from both sides, non-destructive laser-based cell cutting for higher reliability and lower chances of micro-cracks and half-cut cell technology for better low-light performance.
“The key relevance of solar power in India is driven by the increasing demand for energy and the country's commitment to reducing carbon emissions and reaching Net Zero by 2070. Our solar panels will save between 120 million to 175 million pounds of CO2, i.e. 54569 metric tons to 79372 metric tons annually. Solar power is a clean and renewable source of energy that can help meet the country's energy needs while reducing its dependence on fossil fuels. India’s aim is of increasing renewable energy capacity to 500 GW by 2030, so that renewable energy comprises of 50% of the energy mix,” noted Gautam Mohanka, Managing Director of Gautam Solar Private Limited.
“Gautam Solar has played a key role in the solar industry, and its contribution to the growth of solar power in India has been immense. We have earned a reputation for producing a wide range of high-quality solar modules that is well-suited for all types of solar power plants in India,” mentioned Mr Mohanka.