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Hartek Power wins order to set up substation to connect 130-MW solar energy to grid

Hartek Power wins order to set up substation to connect 130-MW solar energy to grid

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  • The scope of the project includes complete Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the of 220/33 KV substation right from survey, design, engineering  and testing to supply, construction, project management and commissioning
  • With this order, Hartek Power has connected 1.9 GW of solar power to the grid

Chandigarh: Hartek Power, one of India’s fastest growing Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies based in Chandigarh with expertise in executing high-voltage turnkey substations and power infrastructure projects, has bagged a prestigious order for connecting 130 MW of solar power to the grid in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan.

The scope of the 220/33 KV substation project includes complete Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the substation right from survey, design, engineering and testing to supply, construction, project management and commissioning.

Hartek Power has prevailed over many big players to secure this significant order from a leading independent power producer.

With this order, Hartek Power has connected 1.9 GW of solar power to the grid.

Attributing the achievement to Hartek Power’s expertise in executing high-voltage turnkey substations, Mr Hartek Singh, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD), Hartek Group, said, “Our in-depth knowledge of the Indian business landscape positions us as reliable partners in the power sector. The very fact that leading solar developers have chosen us for their projects over many other big players reflects our commitment to quality, timely execution of projects, world-class safety standards and globally acclaimed project management techniques.

Given the upbeat market sentiment, the renewed focus of the government on solar power and our unmatched expertise in the solar grid EPC domain, we are looking to make a difference in connecting solar power to the grid through integration of our power system capabilities.”

The 130-MW solar project allotted by Maharastra State Electricity Development Corporation Limited (MSEDCL) under the National Solar Mission will pave way for providing clean and reliable electricity supply in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan.

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Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network