Welcome to our latest manufacturing unit in Oragadam, Tamil Nadu, India. Home to more than 1000 employees, it’s just set a new bar for the solar manufacturing industry with an annual manufacturing capacity of 1.3 GW and a production area of 1.3 lac square ft. Together with the 1.2 GW capacity of manufacturing set up at Falta, West Bengal, Vikram Solar now has an aggregate capacity of 2.5 GW. A first in India – we are leading the way in solar manufacturing.
We are recasting the global manufacturing landscape, focusing on convergence of digital technologies. Gaining customer confidence through transparency and delivering zero defect products on time is key. We plan to enhance capacity to 3 GW in the next 5 years and expend to more countries.
The state-of-art facility with high automation, complies with industry 4.0 standard. We have implemented a digital production display board, Internet of Things (IoT), and AI enabled inspection for zero defects, all contributing to a seamless manufacturing process. This creates compatibility for existing, as well as future technologies linked with higher output solar panels.
We are available in 6 continents and are looking forward to diversifying into more countries with advance products. Capacity expansion has opened greater brand recognition globally. Meeting the need for customers who want to associate with larger companies with a global outlook.
Such advanced technology, improved product quality and on-time delivery is expected to boost customer trust. Proximity to the seaport will enable faster and cost-effective transportation. Opening a new dimension of product service, and meeting customer demand with minimum turnaround time. We are using this opportunity to set up new benchmarks in customer service.
Vikram Solar was founded by Vikram Group with the common core value of global improvement.
Crossed the mark of 120 MW annual PV module manufacturing capacity.
Vikram Solar reached 500 MW prodduction capacity.
Reached a 1 GW production capacity.
Launched Oragadam manufacturing unit with 1.3 GW annual capacity taking the cumulative manufacturing capacity to 2.5 GW.