Hartek Power commissions 3 solar substations of 38 MW

 Hartek Power, an EPC company based in Chandigarh having expertise in executing high-voltage turnkey substations and power infrastructure projects, has commissioned three substations on complete EPC basis for 38-MW solar power projects worth about Rs 220 crore in Punjab and Chhattisgarh in the first quarter of financial year 2015-16.
With the successful execution of these projects, Hartek Power has so far been able to commission substations for 130-MW solar power projects worth roughly Rs 700 crore. Hartek Power has commissioned two of the three substations in Punjab, including a 66/11-KV substation for a 4-MW solar plant in Hoshiarpur for Aditya Medisales (Sun Pharma Group) and a 66/11-KV substation for a 4-MW solar project in Nabha awarded to Earth Solar. The company has also commissioned the second phase of a 132/11-KV substation for a 30-MW solar project awarded to Azure Power in Chhattisgarh.
Hartek Power is holding final-stage talks for executing substations for close to 200-MW solar projects in India in the current financial year. Last year, it had commissioned a substation for a 35 MW solar plant in Punjab for Azure Power. Hartek Power is operating projects in 17 states across the country. The company has also won substation orders worth Rs, 60 crore from various state electricity boards, which will be executed in the current financial year.

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Hartek Power commissions 3 solar substations of 38 MW

 Hartek Power, an EPC company based in Chandigarh having expertise in executing high-voltage turnkey substations and power infrastructure projects, has commissioned three substations on complete EPC basis for 38-MW solar power projects worth about Rs 220 crore in Punjab and Chhattisgarh in the first quarter of financial year 2015-16.
With the successful execution of these projects, Hartek Power has so far been able to commission substations for 130-MW solar power projects worth roughly Rs 700 crore. Hartek Power has commissioned two of the three substations in Punjab, including a 66/11-KV substation for a 4-MW solar plant in Hoshiarpur for Aditya Medisales (Sun Pharma Group) and a 66/11-KV substation for a 4-MW solar project in Nabha awarded to Earth Solar. The company has also commissioned the second phase of a 132/11-KV substation for a 30-MW solar project awarded to Azure Power in Chhattisgarh.
Hartek Power is holding final-stage talks for executing substations for close to 200-MW solar projects in India in the current financial year. Last year, it had commissioned a substation for a 35 MW solar plant in Punjab for Azure Power. Hartek Power is operating projects in 17 states across the country. The company has also won substation orders worth Rs, 60 crore from various state electricity boards, which will be executed in the current financial year.

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