Waaree Energies in an announcement stated that they have propelled customised solar modules which will be acting as a solar power solution for Electric Vehicles. These indigenous modules are especially designed for the transport industry in India, are versatile, adaptable, lighter, strong and increasingly productive, making them ideal for the vehicles. They are perfect for vehicles where energy is required for many services including auxiliary functions like refrigeration etc. Since, Waaree will be the sole producer of such modules these are intended to be cost effective. After effectively connecting with Bergstorm and Motherson Sumi, Waare Energies is presently searching for all the more such accomplices to reform the business.
Solar power will surely play a crucial role for this transition, based on it being self-efficient, naturally – supported, and financially savvy. They have been conceptualized in accordance with India's objective of driving the world in changing the vehicle business as pronounced by the Finance Minister amid the Interim Budget 2019. As a leader in the industry, Waaree Energies comprehended the need and built up these for Electric Vehicles.
Sunil Rathi, Director, Waaree Energies said, “Waaree Energies has always aimed at transforming India into a solar reliant country and be at par with its international counterparts. With Waaree customized solar modules, Waaree is aiming to cater to the electrical vehicles that are expected to hit Indian streets in the coming years. With the flexibility and durability of these modules, we expect a great outcome. It will significantly reduce the frequency of charging the vehicles and contribute to reducing climate change. These modules are expected to increase efficiency by 10- 25 percent.”
With Waaree customized modules, Waaree Energies are hoping to create waves in the manner Indians consider transportation. Manufactured in their Surat plant, the modules are set to deliver on its guarantee of lessening current expenses of maintaining EVs. In addition to support EV, these boards can also be placed on commercial vehicles. They want to make "charging on the move" the new interruption in the vehicle business.