The emphasis on using renewable energy has grown significantly over the past few decades to meet the world'srising need for energy. Batteries are becoming a crucial storage element to support the transition to clean energy as the world progressively replaces fossil fuel power with emissions-free electrification. The effectiveness of a renewable energy system is determined by the design, quality, efficiency, durability, and reliability of its equipment.
In accordance with the aforementioned scenario, Techkraft, a market leader in the export of solar batteries from India for the previous three years, is delighted to deliver the broadest selection of reliable and energy-efficient solar Lead acid tubular batteries, VRLA and Gel batteries ranging from 20 Ah to 270 Ah, 2W flooded Tubulars for industrial use, Solar MPPT inverters, charge controllers and solar Panels.
Due to the growing depletion of fossil fuels and the necessity to investigate alternative energy sources, Techkraft's initiative to manufacture and export Solar Tubular Batteries represents a breakthrough development in the field of energy storage. Techkraft Industries Private Limited has been making modest advances towards completely manufactured batteries over the past decade.
“Our business began as a conventional plate manufacturing facility and has since been transformed into a full-fledged battery manufacturing hub. Our company exports 100% Made in India products, to the Middle East, South East Asia, and Africa is our key market for batteries.
We believe that solar batteries, rather than automotive, will play a major role in the future. As a result, during the last three years, Techkraft has concentrated heavily on solar batteries and has accomplished several breakthroughs,” speaks Manas Das, CEO, Techkraft Industries Private Limited.In the Indian subcontinent, the selling of batteries began gradually and steadily.This ongoing growth and development enabled Techkraft Industries to manufacture solar tubular batteries, VRLA AGM batteries, automotive SMF / MF batteries, 2-wheeler batteries, and electric vehicle batteries.
Techkraft began exporting its batteries from the Middle East with Turkey, Egypt, Syria, and Yemen before moving on to the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Singapore, Myanmar, and African countries. “The GCC countries' ratification of anti-dumping duty, which went into effect in September 2022, forced us to decrease exports to GCC countries, which had previously been our top customers of vehicle/motive batteries. We are now working on power backup batteries namely solar energy and inverter batteries,” shares Manav Das, CEO. The change in this market has led to Africa being the firm’s second-largest market. Techkraft’s third market is made up of countries in Southeast Asia, namely Singapore, and Myanmar. These three areas represent the firm’s principal markets.
The state of Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand is home to the firm’s manufacturing facilities in India. This facility is stateof- the-art for making batteries, and it is run by a group of experienced and senior professionals. “We usually sell in full container loads; 1 x 20 feet container holds on average 400 - 600 units of Solar Tubular and VRLA (depending on sizes, models), 600 – 1199 units of motive batteries. Some consumers purchase containers in the quantity of 10 or more, with some exclusive buyers buying more than 30 containers. Batteries are technological product that needs some aftersale maintenance. As a result, Techkraft has begun going to these customers to partner with them in providing after-sale assistance through their after-sales personnel,” shares Manas Das, CEO.
Techkraft has exclusive distributors for its brand in the target countries, to whom it provides technical training, and after-sales support. The firm also invests in technologically advanced tools needed to maintain and assess battery condition. Due to their extremely poor electrical supply, the majority of African power energy is produced by generators emitting dangerous fumes, which the company plans to replace with inverters and solar batteries.