Indian Adani Group puts polysilicon plans on the backburner

Adani’s solar factory in Mundra, Mundra Solar PV Limited (MSPVL)
Adani’s plan to fully integrate its solar factory in Mundra through to polysilicon production has been put on ice – Image: Adani

Adani Green Energy, a subsidiary of the Indian logistics conglomerate Adani, has put its plan to manufacture polysilicon on hold, reports Indian newspaper Economic Times.

In April 2016 Adani announced it would build a 10,000-ton polysilicon plant as the third phase of a vertically integrated solar manufacturing complex in the Indian state of Gujarat. According to the Economic Times, the first phase, a 1,200 MW module manufacturing facility, is running at only 40% of capacity.

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