Indian power backup manufacturer Smarten aims to disrupt the energy storage market with 100% localized products for B2B and B2C segments, the company has said. The brand plans to launch a range of innovative products, such as EV chargers, Lithium-ion batteries, etc., in the market this year, it stated.
The company has a manufacturing facility in Gurugram, which is spread across a 35,000 sqft area. “This facility is extensively involved in the development of cutting-edge products that provide consumers with reliable power backup, such as Home UPS & Inverters, PWM based Solar PCU, MPPT based Solar PCU, Solar Batteries, Solar PCU, Solar Charge Controller, etc. Smarten has the latest manufacturing capacity to produce 2000-3000 products per day,” claims the company.
Smarten has recently reported a substantial surge in demand for its domestic batteries from more than 25 countries, including India, UAE, Nigeria, Nepal, Mali, Yaman Seria etc. The company aims to provide innovative solutions to the worlds growing need for sustainable energy consumption.
Commenting on the same, Rajnish Sharma, CEO & Director, Smarten, says, “We have diligently invested more than eight years to produce reliable and affordable solar products in the market. With a comprehensive range of products, we are gearing up to set the new benchmark in the energy sector.”
“After becoming marketing leads in the Northern and Southern parts of the country, we plan to strengthen our presence in the Western and Eastern parts of India with our existing range of products by the end of 2022,” he added.
Smarten entered the Indian market in 2014 with its products designed to “empower every home and commercial area with its world-class product line.” The company also has an in-house R&D centre which is the centre of its innovations. “All the products from the very start till the end are assessed by highly professional Quality Assurance,” the company claims.