Arctech Awarded “Best Business Development Team of the Year “with a 3.5 GW Portfolio During Renewable Energy India Expo

Release time: 2022-10-08 Clicks:

Arctech, the world's leading tracking, racking, and BIPV solutions provider, attended the 2022 Renewable Energy India in Greater Noida, India from September 28th- 30th showcasing its latest technological innovation on solar tracking solution, SkyLine II, the new-generation rigid horizontal single-axis tracker with an independent row and 1P architecture, and disclosed the company’s first joint venture manufacturing base in India which has geared up 3GW capacity into its global manufacturing capacity. 





Recognized as Asia’s Leading b2b expo focusing on Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Bio-Energy, Energy Storage and Electric Vehicles and charging infra, Renewable Energy India Expo offers an all-inclusive platform to domestic and international manufacturers, traders, buyers and professionals from across the renewable energy domain. It is estimated to attract over 700+ Exhibitors, 40,000+ trade visitors and esteemed policy-makers, decision-makers, influencers, technical experts and professionals. 



Gail Chen, General Manager of East Asia and Japan, Director and CEO of Jash Energy, lead a full line-up including technical gurus, sales veterans and engineering experts among others in the expo. Ganesh Rai, Head of Technical Sales, GAURAV BHATIA, Financial Manager, Gino Sebastian, Director of Operations, Amit Herekar, Senior Sales Manager shed light on the entire lifecycle of its tracker systems in India, including structural, mechanical, and electrical design, as well as construction, operations and maintenance. 



The team also has been awarded the “Best Business Development Team of the Year – Tracker” from Solaris India Awards 2022 for the team spirit and professional excellence in the Indian Solar Industry. Gail Chen, the regional head at Arctech has been awarded “100 Most Powerful & Influential Solar Industry Business Leaders of 2022”.

Since its entering the Indian market in 2015, the company has relied on its diversified global supply chain and customer-centric approach to deliver, commission and support solar energy developments in the Indian market with an accumulated portfolio of 3.5 GW, lighting the way to a brighter, smarter future for clean energy in India. According to Wood Mackenzie, the company was India’s largest supplier of solar trackers in 2020 and held a 45% market share in 2021. 

In early September, the company opened a 3 GW solar tracker factory in India that will produce all of the major components of its solar tracker products. Jash Energy has modeled after Arctech’s existing Chinese manufacturing base, in both the automatic production line and manufacturing management system. It is equipped with an advanced automatic production line for Arctech’s patented torque tube, said the company. 

“Arctech always sees India as our second home base after China. We started our operations in India in 2015 and have shipped 3.5 GW since then,” said Chen. “In years 2017 and 2018, the market was very quiet for trackers, but we made a grand comeback in 2019 by signing a 1.7 GW order in India. The increasing use of bifacial modules and decline in the prices of modules made more sense to use trackers now, by having Jash Energy the joint venture production plant, we can guarantee a shorter delivery timeline, quicker response to needs, and most of all, a more competitive pricing strategy enabling us a better competitive edge in India.”