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    Rajeev Chandrasekhar has launched the pre-production run of India's first lithium-ion cell manufacturing facility at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.

    India’s 1st lithium-ion cell factory inaugurated in Andhra Pradesh

    Rajeev Chandrasekhar has launched the pre-production run of India’s first lithium-ion cell manufacturing facility at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.

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    The Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, Rajeev Chandrasekhar has launched the pre-production run of India’s first lithium-ion cell manufacturing facility at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh. This state-of-the-art facility has been set up by Chennai-based Munoth Industries Limited with an outlay of Rs 165 crores.

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    The facility is located in one of the two Electronics Manufacturing Clusters set up in the temple town, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2015.

    The installed capacity of the plant at present is 270 MWH and can produce 20,000 cells of 10Ah capacity daily. These cells are used in power banks and this capacity is around 60 per cent of India’s present requirement.

    Cells for other consumer electronics like mobile phones, hearable and wearable devices will also be produced.

    Currently, India imports complete requirements of lithium-ion cells primarily from China, South Korea, Vietnam, and Hong Kong.

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    The report mentioned that at present, battery cells and lithium-ion batteries attract 18 per cent GST, unlike EVs as a whole which attracts only 5 per cent GST. After a draft proposal was sent by NITI Aayog, the Union government is considering lowering the GST slab on EV batteries to 5 per cent and is likely to implement the move very soon. This means that even the vast majority of the existing EV makers will be able to sell their EVs at a considerably lower cost.

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    Pre-Production Run Of India's First Lithium Cell Manufacturing Plant At Tirupati To Be Launched Today

    bySwarajya Staff-Sep 16, 2022 08:41 AM +05:30 IST

    Munoth Industries' Lithium Cell Facility at Tirupati

    Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar will launch the pre-production run of India's first Lithium cell manufacturing facility in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh today (16 September).

    This state-of-the-art facility has been set up by the Chennai based Munoth Industries Limited with an outlay of Rs 165 crore.

    The facility is located in one of the two Electronics Manufacturing Clusters (EMCs) set up in the temple town, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2015, the Ministry of Electronics and IT said in a release on Thursday (15 September).

    The installed capacity of the plant at present is 270 Mwh and can produce 20,000 cells of 10Ah capacity daily.

    These cells are used in power bank and this capacity is around 60 per cent of India’s present requirement, the ministry said.

    Cells for other consumer electronics like mobile phones, hearable and wearable devices will also be produced, it added.

    At present, India imports complete requirements of lithium-ion cells primarily from China, South Korea, Vietnam and Hong Kong.

    The inauguration of this plant will be a step in the direction for realising Prime Minister Modi’s vision of making India the global hub of electronic manufacturing, Chandrasekhar said before leaving for Tirupati.

    Chandrasekhar will also visit the Dixon Technologies and United Telelinks facilities located in the two EMCs.

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    Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar to inaugurate India’s first lithium cell manufacturing plant tomorrow

    The unit has been set up by Chennai-based Munoth Industries Limited with an outlay of Rs 165 crore and is located in one of the two electronics manufacturing clusters set up in the temple town, by PM Modi in 2015

    Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar to inaugurate India’s first lithium cell manufacturing plant tomorrow

    Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar to inaugurate India’s first lithium cell manufacturing plant tomorrow The unit has been set up by Chennai-based Munoth Industries Limited with an outlay of Rs 165 crore and is located in one of the two electronics manufacturing clusters set up in the temple town, by PM Modi in 2015

    MONEYCONTROL NEWS SEPTEMBER 15, 2022 / 08:37 PM IST

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    The Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Rajeev Chandrasekhar, will inaugurate India’s first lithium cell manufacturing facility at Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, tomorrow, according to a government notification on September 15.

    "The inauguration of this plant will be a step in the direction for realizing Prime Minister Modi’s vision of making India the global hub of electronic manufacturing," Chandrasekhar said.

    The unit has been set up by Chennai-based Munoth Industries Limited with an outlay of Rs 165 crore. It is located in one of the two electronics manufacturing clusters set up in the temple town, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2015.

    The installed capacity of the plant at present is 270 Mwh and can produce 20,000 cells of 10Ah capacity daily. These cells are used in power bank and this capacity is around 60 percent of India’s present requirement, according to the statement. Cells for other consumer electronics such as mobile phones, hearable and wearable devices will also be produced.

    At present, India imports 100 percent of its lithium-ion batteries, either as cells or as battery packs, the latter being sold exactly as is, after passing a few government-mandated torture test, primarily from China, South Korea, Vietnam and Hong Kong.

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    Moneycontrol had earlier reported how localised electric vehicle battery manufacturing may in fact be the only way to realise India’s EV market potential and help the government meet its target of 30 percent private EV sales by 2030.

    The report mentioned that at present, battery cells and lithium-ion batteries attract 18 percent GST, unlike EVs as a whole which attract only 5 percent GST. After a draft proposal was sent by NITI Aayog, the Union government is considering lowering the GST slab on EV batteries to 5 percent, and is likely to implement the move very soon. Which means that even the vast majority of the existing EV makers will be able to sell their EVs at a considerably lower cost.

    "For starters, the rising costs of lithium, cobalt and nickel has hampered the EV supply chain globally. And for a country like India, the only way towards meeting the growing demand for EVs is via localised cell manufacturing," the report added.

    Further, on his Tirupati visit, Chandrasekhar will also be visiting the Dixon Technologies and United Telelinks facilities located in the two EMCs. He will also address the media after visiting the lithium cell manufacturing facility by Munoth Industries. the ministry added.

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    FIRST PUBLISHED: SEP 15, 2022 08:25 PM

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