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Hartek bags 400 KV Substation order for SPRNG Energy’s 300 MW solar plant

Hartek Power Private Limited, the Power system and T&D Business unit of Hartek Group, announced the successful acquisition of a significant contract from SPRNG Energy (100% owned by Shell) for the establishment of a 33kV/400kV Pooling Substation. This substation will play a crucial role in supporting a 300 MW Solar Power Plant at Ramsan Village, Taluka Deesa, District Banaskantha, Gujarat.”The contract with an order value of approximately 320 Million INR underscores Hartek groups prowess in providing innovative and sustainable solutions for the energy sector. The collaboration with SPRNG highlights the industry’s confidence in Hartek Power’s capabilities and commitment to excellence,” the company said in a press release.Commenting on the contract, Sanjeev Gupta, CEO – Hartek Power , said: “We are thrilled to have been awarded this significant 400 KV contract by SPRNG, a company backed by the global energy giant Shell. With our commitment to provide techno-economical solutions in the renewable energy sector, and a strong engineering arm with project management expertise, we are confident of executing the project following best safety standards being our core value and within the stipulated timelines.”

Hartek Power, the power infrastructure arm of Hartek Group, is claimed to be one of the Top 10 EPC companies of India in the power system sector. The compaby says it has built more than 350 + projects and also is credited to connect close to 5 GW of solar grid connectivity projects across India.

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