All Storage Battery for Solar Photovoltaic Application has been included in the mandatory ISI Certification Scheme under IS standard - IS 16270. This product cannot be exported/imported or sold in Indian consumer market without BIS Registration. We provide complete BIS Registration consultancy services for your product from start to end, during which assist you in all types of documentation formalities and we take care of all liaison with BIS Office in India.
The Indian battery market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of quite 15% during the forecast period of 2020-2025. The Indian battery market is already making sustained gains and is predicted to flourish within the global market over the forecast period with the increase in electric vehicle sales including increasing solar PV installations within the country, which successively, likely to drive the market. In India, various government measures like the promotion of fuel-saving pane and clean fuel-based automobile technologies are anticipated to propel the demand for batteries within the country. Factors like the emergence of the latest and marketplace, i.e., electric vehicle and battery energy storage systems, for various applications are expected to be the main drivers for the battery market in India. However, the absence of lithium-ion domestic manufacturing facilities which form a key marketplace for application in BESs and EV is probably going to restrain the market.
India is projected to be the world's most populous country by 2024, making it a beautiful target marketplace for product manufacturers within the remainder of the planet. However, foreign manufacturers who shall export to India are required to get Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) registration for both the device and its batteries (separately). BIS registration for batteries in India, however, it is a time-consuming process with multiple challenges. The government of India has made the BIS certificate compulsory for batteries customs clearance for goods imported from other countries. Batteries cannot be sold into India without first undergoing outrageous testing and BIS registration. Original Equipment Manufacturer should consider the countries where they would like to sell their products early in the development process to avoid delays in getting the items into the market. All testing must be done at an approved test house in India. The country only features a small number of those versus an out sized quantity of products being imported, so it's important to factor delays into your product launch schedule. Manufacturers and exporters of batteries are subject to the mandatory registration by BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) for marketing in India.Back