Tata Group, CG Power to Partner Gujarat Government to Set Up Semiconductor Fabrication Plant

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Tata Group, CG Power to Partner Gujarat Government to Set Up Semiconductor Fabrication Plant

| Updated: March 9, 2024 00:16

Tata Group and CG Power have joined hands with the Gujarat government to further the state’s ambition to be India’s leading semiconductor hub. The Gujarat government has allotted 188 acres of land to these giant companies.

For an estimated investment of Rs 91,000 crore, the state government has set aside about 160 acres near Dholera for the Tata Group to establish the nation’s first massive semiconductor fabrication plant.

According to a report by a business daily, CG Power, which is starting a Rs 7,600-crore ATMP facility, has been offered 28 acres in Sanand. Media outlets claimed senior politicians and government officials are expected to attend the ground-breaking ceremonies for both projects on March 13.

Earlier Tata Electronics announced that it forged a partnership with Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (PSMC) to build India’s first AI-enabled semiconductor fabrication facility, called ‘fab’, in Dholera. The project should create over 20,000 direct and indirect skill-based jobs in the region, Moneycontrol.com reported.

The semiconductor fabrication facility is expected to produce up to 50,000 wafers every month. To attain industry-best factory efficiency, the Dholera will be equipped with next-generation factory automation capabilities that use data analytics and machine learning.

To meet the increasing demand in industries like artificial intelligence, computing and data storage, automotive, display drivers, and microcontrollers (MCU), the facility will produce chips for a variety of applications, including power management IC.

Earlier, Renesas and Stars Microelectronics, two international companies, and CG Power signed an agreement on March 1 to establish an outsourced semiconductor assembly and testing facility in Sanand. The JV will produce a broad spectrum of goods, from cutting-edge packages like FC BGA and FC CSP to older packages like QFN and QFP. It will support 5G, consumer, industrial, and automotive technologies.

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