Reliance New Energy bought US company, know how much stake is in Calx

Reliance New Energy will invest $12 million for a 20 per cent stake in Calx, which will develop next-generation solar technology.

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Reliance New Energy Reliance New Energy Limited (RNEL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Reliance Industries Limited, has announced an investment in Calux Corporation, located in California, USA. Reliance New Energy will invest $12 million for a 20 per cent stake in Calux, which will develop next-generation solar technology. This investment is expected to strengthen the company’s new energy manufacturing capability.

RNEL said in a statement that both the companies have signed a strategic partnership agreement. Calux is known for its perovskite-based solar technology. The company manufactures high-efficiency solar modules that can produce up to 20 percent more energy. The cost of its solar project, which can generate electricity for 25 years, is also very low. At the same time, Reliance is setting up an integrated photovoltaic giga factory in Jamnagar, Gujarat. With this partnership, Reliance will be able to produce more powerful and lower cost solar modules at its plant.

Commenting on the investment, Mukesh D Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries Limited, said, “The investment in Calx is in line with our strategy to create a world-class green energy manufacturing environment. We believe Calux’s perovskite-based solar technology and crystalline solar modules will help us reach the next stage. We will work with the Calux team to accelerate its product development and commercialization of its technology.

Focus will be on expansion of manufacturing capabilities

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Scott Grebeel, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Calux Corporation, expressed happiness over the partnership with Reliance, saying that in partnership with Reliance, we will focus on making crystalline solar modules more efficient and cost-effective and expanding our manufacturing capabilities. This will strengthen the company’s new energy manufacturing capability.

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