The Ola Electric Gigafactory in Tamil Nadu is scheduled to become operational next month, according to CEO Bhavish Aggarwal.

Ola electric is a elcectric scotter for only Indians

The Gigafactory of Ola Electric, initiated construction in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, in May of the previous year, is set to commence operations next month, as revealed by Bhavish Aggarwal, the founder and CEO of the indigenous electric vehicle manufacturer, on Sunday.

Aggarwal unveiled this information on the inaugural day of the third Tamil Nadu Global Investors Meet, a 2-day event being held in Chennai, the state capital.

He stated, “When the Gigafactory becomes operational next month, Ola Electric will be at the forefront of manufacturing lithium-ion cells in India. This achievement signifies a crucial milestone in the nation’s shift towards electric vehicles,” as reported by Deccan Herald.

Ola Electric Gigafactory

Conceived by Ola Electric to stand as the largest cell factory in India and one of the largest globally, the construction of the Gigafactory commenced with an initial capacity of 100 MW. Once operational, the facility, sprawling across 115 acres, will operate at an initial capacity of 5GWh. Subsequently, this capacity will be expanded in phases to reach its full potential of 100 GWh.

The Gigafactory will serve as the hub for Ola Electric to enhance the production of its proprietary 4680 cells.


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