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10+ Best Solar Battery Companies In India (Complete Guide)

Best Solar Battery Companies In India

Best Solar Battery Companies In India

Whether you live in one of the fast-paced cities or agricultural rural communities of India, we all witness power cuts quite too often. The humongous populous cities of India on the one hand face power cuts due to their overuse of electricity, on the other hand, villages and towns face power cuts due to weather fluctuations and remoteness.

Many tier-II and tier-III cities and towns face power cuts of an hour to five on an average. Huge parts of North Indian states suffer from major power cuts while those in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, and Orissa also suffer major cuts. To beat the issue of power cuts, many of us have installed inverters at our premises, but often struggle to get adequate battery backup from purchased inverters.

To get the optimum battery backup, one should have a better understanding of batteries and the manufacturers producing batteries. The technology behind batteries has evolved many folds in the current times and manufacturers are shifting towards solar batteries from conventional batteries using electricity to recharge, to have users get the best battery life span and backup.

We have listed the types of batteries for solar panels available in the market for home and office use to make the readers choose the correct battery for their needs from the best solar battery companies in India.

Types Of Batteries Available In the Market

  1. Lead Acid Batteries

Lead-acid batteries are the conventional types of batteries that have an efficiency of 70 percent and usually take 16 -20 hours of recharge time to deliver 4-5 hours backup to users. Most of the manufactures offering lead-acid batteries provide warranties ranging between 3-5 years to buyers. As the technology behind traditional lead-acid batteries has become simpler and efficient over the years involving reasonably priced raw materials, the manufacturing cost has also come down and is pocket-friendly to buyers. 

  1. Solar Batteries

Solar Batteries as the name suggests are powered by solar energy. It is a rechargeable battery that integrates a solar cell with battery power storage. It is also a tubular battery and uses captive power for its energy source. Over the last decades, the focus on solar photovoltaic systems usage to meet the growing clean power demand globally has increased manifold.

Read Our Blog On How Solar Panels Work.

Solar batteries are based on tubular plate technology and have proved to be as stable as traditional lead-acid batteries but provide better efficiency and better life span needing less time to recharge and providing 20 percent more backup time than lead-acid batteries. Solar batteries need 8-10 hours of recharge before providing backup ranging from between 5-6 hours.

200 Ah batteries can give backup of around 4-5 hours to power 4 LED lights and 2 ceiling fans, an LED television, and to charge mobile gadgets. There are 2 types of solar batteries available in the market, Tubular batteries and flat plate batteries. To get a better understanding of batteries, Tubular batteries provide better backup, lasting longer, and offer more years of warranty than flat plate batteries.

The cost of the solar batteries available in the market depends on the battery capacity and manufacturing companies. We have tried to list the average prices range of solar batteries based on capacity:    

Battery CapacityAverage Price (Rs.)
20 Ah4,000-5,000/-
40 Ah5,000-6,000/-
60 Ah7,000-8,000/-
80 Ah9,000-10,000/-
100 Ah11,000-12,000/-
120 Ah13,000-14,000/-
150 Ah14,000-16,000/-
150 Ah17,000-19,000/-
200 Ah19,000-20,000/-
Cost Of Solar Batteries
  1. Lithium-Ion Batteries 

Lithium-ion batteries are considered the pioneered battery technology and have a proven track record over the years. In today’s times, lithium-ion technology has been successfully adopted as a power source for a wide range of applications. we all use mobiles and laptops that pack lithium-ion batteries inside, providing great backup time.

Despite the commercial success of lithium-ion batteries, dues its lightweight, efficiency, life span, it has not achieved large-scale production because of the elevated cost of and limited supply of lithium. Lithium-ion batteries have 99 percent efficiency, meaning providing backup of 99 percent of the battery capacity.

The batteries need 2-4 hours of charging time and give 40 percent more backup than conventional lead-acid batteries. Manufacturers give up to 15 years warranty on these kinds of batteries. The limited supply of lithium and the expensive manufacturing cost of lithium-ion batteries make it very expensive for buyers.

The available types of batteries in the market offer us the option to choose the best bang for the buck battery pack for old users and new buyers searching for the ideal battery types. 

The growing interest in the demand for energy storage gives us the opportunity to know the way the energy storage systems integrate with rooftop-mounted solar panels through storage with your home or business. We also dive deep into more technical aspects of what happens inside a solar battery to store that energy absorbed via the solar panel systems.

How Do Solar Batteries Work?

how solar batteries work

Here we have listed down how solar batteries work step by step:

  1. Solar panels usually get mounted on the rooftop of the building premises.
  2. Solar panels absorb heat from the sun through photovoltaic effect, a process that generates electric current in a photovoltaic cell when it is exposed to sunlight. This effect makes solar panels useful, as it is how the cells within the panel convert sunlight to electrical energy. 
  3. The direct current (DC) so converted, flows through an inverter to generate alternating current (AC) electricity.
  4. The alternating current powers the home appliances. 
  5. Surplus energy not used by appliances recharges the solar batteries.
  6. After the sun goes down, appliances get power from the stored energy in the batteries.

How Do Solar Batteries Work With Solar Panel Systems?

To understand how solar batteries work with solar panels, we need to quickly go through how solar panel systems function.

While installing, solar panels are installed as grid-tied, net-metered solar panel systems. Meaning when solar panels produce more electricity than required, the surplus electricity is exported back to the grid. The surplus electricity gets pulled directly from the grid when using more electricity than the solar panels are producing.

Net metering allows users to run electricity meters in reverse when extra energy is being generated onto the grid and run it forward when electricity is being pulled from the grid, with utility billing on the net for the electricity consumed.

With solar batteries installed, the surplus electricity recharges the solar battery unit instead of exporting it to the grid and after the sun goes down, the user can draw electricity from the solar battery instead of from the electric grid.

What Advantage Solar Batteries Provide To The End Users?

advantage of solar battery

When the user installs a solar battery with the solar panel system, the user gets the ability to pull electricity either from the grid or the installed battery. The user has two advantages.

1. Back-Up Power From Batteries 

Even though the user is always connected to the grid for running appliances at home or business, holds the option to operate all the appliances “off-grid” from the solar battery. Si in the event of a power cut due to utility shutoff or extreme weather, the user would be able to keep the essential appliances running.

To talk about the advantages of solar battery backup power, First, if the user just has a solar panel system installed without a solar battery system, the user won’t have electricity in the event of a power cut. This is because the solar panel system will shut down during power cuts so that it doesn’t send electricity back onto transmission lines while maintenance work is being carried out, which enables a safety risk.

Secondly, in case of heavy load, users get the choice of stacking additional batteries until they attain the storage capacity to run appliances in all parts of the premises. So, additional batteries make it possible to achieve whole premises backup.

2. Batteries Help Avoid High Utility Rates

Allows users to pull power from the batteries instead of from the electric grid, coupling a solar battery system with the solar panels can help avoid high utility rates. During summers, more power-consuming appliances such as air conditioners and refrigerators can be run from solar panel-generated power. And during the winter season, room heaters can act as the same medium of power generation.

Also, Read Best Solar Mounting Manufacturers In India.

What Are Solar Batteries Made of?

  1. Lead-acid batteries are the most common solar batteries. They have electrodes which are grids of metallic lead containing lead oxides. Lead-acid batteries are the tried and tested and are true technology of the solar battery world. Also known as deep-cycle batteries, have been used to store energy because of their reliability factor.

There are two kinds of lead-acid batteries available in the market, flooded lead-acid batteries and sealed lead-acid batteries. Lead-acid batteries are the cheapest option, making them ideal for manufacturing the most cost-effective way. They are very reliable and because the technology has been around for decades, they can be easily disposed of and recycled. The reliability is great for off-grid solar systems, or for emergency backup storage during power cuts. Having a low depth of discharge, means they have a shorter lifespan.

  1. In Lithium-ion batteries the electrodes are made of lightweight lithium and carbon. Lithium is also a highly reactive element, meaning that a lot of energy can be stored in its atomic bonds. This translates into a very high energy density for lithium-ion batteries, meaning they can hold more energy in a smaller space than a lead-acid battery. Besides the smaller size, the lifespan of lithium-ion batteries is at least 10 years. A longer lifespan means a higher depth of discharge, resulting in users getting to use more of the energy stored within the battery before it has to be recharged.

Top 10 Battery Company In India 2021

Here is the complete list of the best solar battery companies in India:

1. Loom Solar

Loom Solar Battery
Loom Solar Battery

Loom Solar is a start-up, a manufacturer of solar panels and Lithium batteries based out of Faridabad, Haryana. It is an ISO 9001 – 2015 certified company and recognized startup by Govt. of India. It is present in 500 districts across India having 3500 resellers, 100 employees, 2 offices, and 1 Manufacturing unit. Loom Solar specializes in solar panels, solar batteries, on-grid solar systems, off-grid solar systems, AC modules, lithium batteries, solar batteries, mono panels, MPPT charge controllers, AC modules.

Loom Solar has seen an uptake in Shark bifacial solar panels for their efficiency and latest technology across geographies. The Shark series bifacial panels use sixth-generation (PID-free) mono PERC solar cells from Germany. The nine-busbar panels for rooftop solar projects provide a power output ranging from 440W to 530W with a power conversion efficiency of 20-21%.

The rear side gain is up to 20%, leading to 530W output. Loom Solar estimates its overall rooftop solar installations have the potential to reduce 3.32 lakh tonnes of carbon footprint considering the PV panels’ lifetime at 25 years.

Loom solar has reached more than 50,000 homes since it entered into the rooftop mounted solar panel system industry and offers lithium-ion batteries for the solar panels as an energy storage option. Loom Solar manufactures a wide variety of batteries such as 6 Ah / 75 Wh, 12 Ah / 150 Wh, 20 Ah / 250 Wh, 40 Ah / 500 Wh, and 100 Ah / 48 Volt, 5 kWh lithium-ion batteries for homes and shops along with solar panel systems.

Source: PV Magazine

2. Exide

Exide

Exide Industries is among the top battery manufacturers in India. Exide ranks among the very best in the list of solar tubular battery manufacturers in India, offering Tubular Flooded Solar batteries and Tubular Gel Solar Batteries. Tubular Solar Batteries manufactured by Exide are many steps ahead of other available energy storage options in the market. The combination of low antimony alloy in the positive spine and ceramic vent plugs keep the water topping up requirement very low. These features ensure high longevity and make the batteries reliable.

Exide has come up as one of the best solar battery companies in India, found in most of the local markets around the country. The reliability offered by the manufacturer has proved the efficiency of the lead-acid batteries as well as lithium-ion batteries. The entire solar battery range from the Indian manufacturer is also equipped to withstand the daily charge-discharge cycle and can work even in a partial state of charge condition. 

Exide batteries for solar panels are known to be durable and have an additional capability of fast recharge to deliver power-packed support whenever required. With technologically advanced features, low maintenance, and a wide range of in-built customizability options with each product, high-performance tubular solar batteries from Exide are a popular choice among users. The solar batteries offered by the brand are Solatubular 12V LMS, SolarBlitz 12V,  Solatubular LMXT- 2V, and Solatron.

Source: Exide Industries

  1. Luminous
Luminous
Luminous

Luminous Power Technologies, a Gurgaon based trustworthy brand with a wide range of products in the power backup segment, home electricals, and residential solar space that covers inverters, Batteries, Solar solutions and with 7 manufacturing units, more than 28 sales offices in India, and a presence in over 36 countries, 6000 employees serve more than 60,000 channel partners and millions of customers.

Luminous offers tubular batteries for solar panels with better charge acceptance and long backup and lifespan. The batteries offered have been designed with tubular plate technology ensuring long cycles, longer life with self-discharge rate of 3% per month, efficient battery with higher Amp-hours efficiency > 90%, and Watt-hour efficiency > 80%, low maintenance with a topping frequency of 8-10 months, low maintenance with level indicators, manufactured with high corrosion resistant and robust spine technology using the advanced and state of the art spine casting machines, which ensure a super fine grain structure, for strength, long life, and highest reliability, designed with thicker positive plates to withstand power outage.

Luminous has been awarded Quality Brands Award, 2012 to 2014 and RashtriyaRashtrya Udyog Rana Award 2014, National CSR Leadership Award 2016, Consumer Superbrand Award,  India’s most Trusted Brand 2017, MNRE CRISIL: Solar Grading among others.

Source: Luminous India

4. Okaya

Okaya
Okaya

Okaya has been a symbol of trust and quality for years making it a pioneer in the battery manufacturing industry. Okaya Power Group is headquartered in New Delhi, with more than 600 employees. It produces a wide range of batteries, suitable for all kinds of applications, with a very diverse product category viz. Tubular Battery- Inverter Battery and Solar Battery, SMF Battery, and E-Rickshaw Battery.

It is the sole manufacturer of 100% Tubular Batteries, which is considered as best for power backup needs, used both in Inverter and Solar Batteries. The batteries are manufactured in eco-friendly, ISO-certified automated plants and are capable of being completely recycled, thereby minimizing wastage and living up to its responsibility towards the environment. It confirms that all the products are made of the best quality material, using the latest technology, so you get nothing but the best.

The batteries are designed to operate in partially charged conditions even on cloudy days, equipped with microporous ceramic vent plugs with water level indicators, due to the low antimony content the batteries are easier to maintain, possess a low rate of self-discharge, have superior Voltage – Ideal for cyclic applications, have excellent Ampere – an hour and Watt-hour efficiency.

Okaya Lithium Batteries offer reliable performance for standby power applications. These batteries for solar panels have higher energy densities than regular batteries, batteries are lightweight, have a compact design, and are known for their performance.

Okaya’s Lithium Batteries are an ideal match for varied applications where captive power backup is required or as a fuel, like solar energy storage, telecom backup power applications, energy storage systems, etc. In Okaya Lithium Batteries, lithium is used as an anode where the charge moves from anode to cathode during discharge and cathode to anode during charging. Due to its high durability and reliability, the battery is one of the most in-demand batteries in India.

Source: Okaya Power

5. HBL Power

HBL Power System

HBL Power Systems Limited is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of advanced-technology batteries (Lead Acid, Nickel Cadmium & Special Defense) & DC systems for various industries. HBL is the world’s second largest manufacturer of Nickel Cadmium batteries and the only Indian company with Pure Lead Thin Plate (PLT) VRLA battery technology. HBL Power Systems Ltd is a listed Indian company, in business since 1977, with a focus on engineer products and services by ‘indigenous efforts. 

HBL is a one-stop solution for Solar panels, batteries, ON Grid Inverter ‘GridLink’, Solar Pump Inverter ‘Sujala’ & Solar Rooftop Solutions. Solar PV power generating systems are offered by the brand with off-grid and on-grid (Grid Tied) modes. In off-grid systems, there will be a battery backup to meet the loads during non-solar availability hours.

In on-grid (Grid Tied) systems, the load runs with solar and any excess power availability will be fed to the grid & revenue can be generated against it. Has its headquarters in Hyderabad. India, with factories & sales offices in various parts of the country & distributors/agents in many countries, to cater to its rapidly-growing business. HBL Power not only provides solar panel systems but also provides batteries for solar panels, manufacturing one of the best solar batteries in India. 

HBL Power offers Triumph, a Tubular Gel VRLA Battery for Solar Photovoltaic which has a product range of 12V – 40Ah to 175Ah and  2V – 200Ah to 1250Ah (Parallel models up to 5000Ah are also being offered) among others for rural electrification, street lighting, and home lighting, telecommunication, offshore Platforms, hybrid Power systems. HBL’s Triumph HP series is a premium design valve regulated lead acid battery based on features offered for Solar Photovoltaic Systems which puts it among the best solar battery manufacturers in India.

Source: HBL Power Systems Limited

6. Waaree Solar

Waaree
Waaree Solar

Waaree Energies Ltd. is a part of Waaree Group founded in 1989. Waaree is both a Global leading manufacturer of solar PV modules and a provider of solar energy solutions, with over 2500 employees globally. With a state-of-the-art module manufacturing facility of 2 GW Waaree is now the largest Module manufacturer in India. Waaree has delivered more than 3 GW of premium quality solar modules to customers in over 68 countries in the past 12 years. 

Waaree is the only Indian company to get listed consecutively for 22 quarters in Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Tier 1 Module Manufacturers ranking in terms of bankability. Waaree has over 350 franchisees across India which is the largest sales and service network held by any Solar company. Waaree is the first solar company to be recognized as India’s Greatest brand. 

Waaree Solar Power solutions include engineering, procurement, installation, commissioning, operation & maintenance of MW scale solar power plants, Solar Power Generating Products, engineering and design of Innovative solar products and solutions for rural mass, Solar Energy Heating and cooling systems, solar modules, solar water pumps, solar inverters, Lithium-Ion batteries, energy storage Solutions. Waaree has its presence in over 20 locations nationally and 68 countries internationally. 

WAAREE Energies Ltd is the flagship company of Waaree Group, founded in 1989 with headquarters in Mumbai, India. WAAREE PV Modules ( 3 Wp to 400 Wp – Poly and Mono ) are certified by all major global accreditation bodies and are exported to all countries such as the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Middle East, Japan, and other Asian and African countries. Waaree Energy offers 148Wh  to 7680 Wh range of  Lithium-Ion battery packs.

7. Amara Raja Batteries

Amara Raja
Amara Raja

Hyderabad-based Amara Raja Batteries Ltd. (ARBL), which has emerged among the top battery companies in India currently ranks as the no. 2 battery manufacturer in the country, is looking to ensure it continues on the growth path. The manufacturer has announced the launch of several strategic initiatives to take advantage of fast emerging new opportunities to accelerate growth. ARBL has announced ‘Energy and Mobility” as the strategic focus for the Company going forward. 

Amara Raja Batteries Limited (ARBL), the flagship company of the Amara Raja Group, is the technology leader and is one of the largest manufacturers of lead-acid batteries for both industrial and automotive applications in the Indian storage battery industry. The Company’s Industrial and Automotive batteries are exported to 32 countries across the globe.

Amara Raja has been involved with power storage systems and currently backing up India’s largest off-grid Solar Power Plant of 216KW at Leh, Jammu & Kashmir and backing up the solar power at Taj Mahal and The Presidential Palace of India among others. Amara Raja Group has won two prestigious awards at the 10th Manufacturing Supply Chain Summit 2021.

The brand is known for manufacturing the best solar battery in India, reliability factor ensures the popularity among customers and after-sales service has been on the forefront for the brand. Amara Raja offers a wide range of batteries for the right solar application to improve the reliability of the system. The battery packs include Power Stack (Range100 AH to 6120 AH), Amaron Volt (300 AH to 55000 AH), and Amaron Solar (Range- 26 AH to 200 AH). 

Source: Amara Raja Batteries Limited

8. Eastman

Eastman
Eastman

Established in 2002, Eastman Auto & Power limited (EAPL) is the leading manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of all kinds of energy storage solutions and solar solutions with manufacturing and research units in India. The range of products offered by Eastman is known for its quality, durability, and performance. The solar power battery is one of the most innovative products released by Eastman. The tall tubular solar battery is the highest performing solar battery in the market. 

The core features of the solar battery system are high surface carbon, micropores woven gauntlet, special grade PE separator, and advanced paste formulation. The improved discharge performance is mainly due to the presence of high surface carbon.

It leads to not only high capacity and excellent life cycle performance but also improves the active material utilization for better performance of the electrodes through a reduction in the irreversible lead sulfate on NAM. Being one of the top solar battery manufacturers, Eastman as a battery company ensures the performance of their products that will power our houses in the best possible manner. Eastman offers a wide range of batteries including solar batteries for homes, which makes Eastman a prominent solar battery supplier in the list of renowned solar batteries companies. 

Eastman offers tubular solar batteries in various options ranging from 40 to 250 Ah capacities The batteries have sustained and long-lasting life as they have less corrosion. Eastman tubular batteries have splendid features like High Acid Volume per ampere-hour, quick charge acceptance, and plates designed with special additives to get quick recovery from deep discharge at reasonable prices.

9. Livguard

Livguard

Livguard is an emerging powerhouse in the energy solution space. Brand Livguard with its latest technology products delivers consistent and reliable performance to its users at a fair value. The company stands for technical achievements, innovation, quality, reliability, and contemporariness. The promoters of Luminous brand came together yet again with a world of proven talent, delivering breakthrough innovations, giving customers a unique competitive edge, and enabling societies to master their most vital challenges by creating sustainable value via the brand Livguard. 

Livguard is an evolving player starting with its offering in automotive batteries, Inverters, and Power backup, Mobile Accessories, Stabilizers, Solar renewable energy followed by Lithium-ion and its enabling technologies and devices that bring in the dimmest energy solutions. Livguard is one of the best solar battery companies in India offering inexpensive and reliable solar batteries ranging from 40Ah to 200 Ah capacities.

The various pointers stated above explain the imperative need of having an effective inverter like Livguard at home. The solar batteries ensure a 24/7 electricity supply and also allow longevity for electrical appliances. The safety feature, along with the performance, definitely makes the best solar battery in India for home inverters. Livguard solar batteries are available in the local markets very easily, taking care of the after-sales service.

10. V-Guard

V Guard
V-Guard

V-Guard is one of the oldest players in the market and ensures amicable quality products. Through stringent quality measures, reliable products, talented people, and a responsible approach to business and global citizenship, V-Guard continues to steadily capture the hearts of the people. 

V-Guard is now a force to reckon with in the Indian electric and electronic goods panorama. The company that began in 1977 now has a strength of over 1900 employees and serves over 50 million customers. It has a network of 500 distributors, 3000 direct dealers, and more than 20,000 retailers across the country. 

The impeccable sales network of V-Guard makes them a crucial player among the top battery companies in India. V-Guard offers three models named DU 850 SYNERGY, DU 1500 SYNERGY, and DU 3000 SYNERGY which is complete Solar Power systems i.e. setups made up of photovoltaic or PV modules, an inverter unit, and a battery, do the job of directly converting sunlight into electricity. By providing more energy and lasting longer than other brands, V-Guard Solar Power Systems are the best choice for cutting your carbon footprint down to size.

Final Words On Solar Battery Manufacturers In India

In this article, we have tried to uncover all the information regarding solar batteries available in the market and tried to provide you with detailed know-how. We have assembled all the pieces together about batteries for you to decide what battery you should buy and bang for your buck.

We have discussed an overview of what are solar batteries, types of batteries, how solar batteries work step-by-step, and how batteries store energy to provide a solution during power cuts. Above we have listed down the top 10 battery Company in India that has proven to be the best solar battery companies in India to manufacture solar energy applications.

Lastly, we hope this article comes in handy for you to purchase the best solar battery according to your requirement and we finish things off by saying if you have any queries regarding batteries or solar batteries and solar panel systems and associate brands, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment. We would love to answer all your questions.

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