GE Renewable Energy Opens New Factory

The India Facility Will Manufacture Products From GE’s FLEX Portfolio

GE’s New Renewables Factory In India

GE Renewable Energy (GE) has opened a new renewable hybrids factory in Vallam, India. The site will manufacture the FLEXINVERTER and FLEXRESERVOIR products and help integrate them with GE’s FLEXIQ offering. The FLEXIQ is a digital platform that provides design, operation, and fleet management solutions to enable grid compliance and maximize lifetime customer value.

The FLEXRESERVOIR is a system-integrated battery energy storage and power electronics solution for multiple configurations and market applications. The FLEXINVERTER is a containerized solution that delivers a plug and play, factory integrated power conversion platform for utility scale solar and storage applications.

“As the industry and customers’ demand dispatchable renewable energy to navigate the energy transition, the need for hybrid systems is increasing exponentially,” said Prakash Chandra, renewable hybrids CEO at GE Renewable Energy. “This world class facility that has been set up following the Lean principles of reducing waste and improving productivity is well suited to help respond to customers’ demand and strengthen GE’s place in the hybrids space.”

GE Renewable Energy is a US$16 billion business that provides end-to-end solutions for green power. Combining onshore and offshore wind, blades, hydro, storage, utility-scale solar, and grid solutions as well as hybrid renewables and digital services offerings, GE Renewable Energy has installed more than 400+ GW of renewable energy