The power systems EPC business of Hartek Power has surpassed 1GW in solar power projects with the commissioning of 545-MW projects spread across six states.
Hartek Power’s solar power system EPC projects has increased to 1,143 MW, registering 91.1 percent growth, from 598 MW on March 31, 2017.
The 545-MW projects executed by Hartek Power in the current financial year involve 15 substations of up to 220 KV.
# 100-MW project in Nagarkurnool district of Telangana
# 50-MW project in Ashoknagar district of Madhya Pradesh
# 25-MW project in Sangrur district of Punjab
# six projects totalling 180 MW in Bellary, Tumkur and Davanagere districts of Karnataka
# two projects of 140 MW in Badhla district of Rajasthan
# four projects of 50 MW in Banda, Hamirpur, Kushinagar and Hardoi districts of Uttar Pradesh
Hartek Power is expected to reach the 1.5-GW mark by the end of the current financial year with other 285-MW projects under execution.
The scope of work of these projects included complete turnkey solutions of post-inverter works covering the design, engineering, supply, installation, automation and commissioning of the power plant electrification.
Hartek Group Chairman and Managing Director Hartek Singh said: “We have won the trust of key developers by creating immense value for them in terms of unmatched expertise and services. These are the factors that have enabled us to emerge as one of the fastest growing EPC companies in the Indian solar space.”
Azure Power has been associated with Hartek Power in executing substations for solar power projects for the past eight years.
Preet Sandhu, co-founder and executive vice-president, Infra, Azure Power, said: “Hartek Power’s high-quality alternating current (AC) work and power evacuation has strengthened our execution capabilities.”
Hartek Power is focusing on South India and new geographies like Jharkhand and Bihar to consolidate its position. It’s strengthening its hold in states like Punjab, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.
Hartek Group has its own manufacturing division to make power distribution products for its own projects and to the requirements of industries, utilities and independent power producers, like medium-voltage switchboard panels, control relay panels and low-voltage panels.
India’s installed solar generation capacity has gone up by more than 30 times from 0.5 GW to 17 GW in less than seven years.