Vishakha has inaugurated its solar glass manufacturing plant in Mundra, Gujarat, India.
The plant contains a 660 tpd solar glass furnace, which the manufacturer says is the largest solar glass furnace in India.
The facility will have a phase-1 capacity of 4GW.
Other features include:
- Casted floor area of 1 million ft2.
- 90 m prefabricated chimney height.
- Overhead water tank of 500,000 litres at a height of 45 m.
- Erected silo with a cumulated capacity of 1420 tons at 40 m.
The construction was completed with 6.21 million safe man-hours, with over 500 people working on the project.
On the plant’s launch, Vishakha said via its LinkedIn page: “The inauguration of this groundbreaking plant with capacity of 4GW in first phase marks a significant milestone in India's solar revolution, propelling us into a future where clean and renewable energy takes centre stage. This is our ode to a greener, brighter tomorrow.”
A video of the construction from Vishaka’s LinkedIn page can be seen below.