New Delhi, 10 January 2024— Hartek Power Private Limited, one of the leading Engineering, Procurement, and Construction companies has cumulatively crossed 7 GW of Solar Grid Connectivity as on date through its Power system, T&D & Renewable energy expertise.
The 7 GW achievement strengthens HARTEK’s positioning as a leading EPC company partnering with mega Independent Power Producers as well as Utility Power Solar Plant Developers in building the grid infrastructure with a promise of delivering the projects with the highest safety, quality & execution within the stipulated timelines.
HARTEK’s 7GW milestone is a testament to the Company's strong commitment to meeting India's growing demand for clean energy. The company’s expertise in building grid infrastructure upto 400KV and having an in-house engineering, construction and project management team to build the plant and grid infrastructure for the solar plant developers is one of the main reasons for our on-time delivery of all the projects with the highest quality.
Key projects that have contributed to this milestone include collaborations with renowned entities such as Azure Power, Amplus, AmpIN Energy, Aditya Birla, Hero Future Energies, Renew Power, O2, Tata Power, SPRNG Energy and many others.
These partnerships showcase Hartek Group's unwavering commitment to fostering sustainable energy solutions and spearheading innovative projects in the solar energy sector.
Mr. Simarpreet Singh, Executive Director of Hartek Group, said “It’s been an honour for us to contribute in Nation Building and we are thankful to all our customers for believing in our ability to execute these projects. As we accelerate our journey towards decarbonisation and net zero, At HARTEK we stand committed across all our business units to build a Sustainable India for the times to come”
The world is rapidly realizing that renewable energy is essential to deliver on the promise of a carbon-neutral future while maintaining energy security. India is on a steadfast track to source 50 percent of its electricity capacity from non-fossil sources by 2030, which aligns with the country's ambitious target of achieving net zero emissions by 2070.
In a significant move towards achieving these goals, Hartek Group is gearing towards the seamless execution of the 22MW Floating Solar Project with SJVN, slated to be commissioned mid-year, as well as for the recently bagged 400KV susbstation order, SPRNG Energy’s 300 MW Solar Plant. With such milestones, Hartek Group is moving closer towards its ambitious target of achieving 10,000 Crore sales by 2030, demonstrating a strong commitment to contribute to India's clean energy landscape.