Hartek Group secures Rs 250 mn e-house power substation deal
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Hartek Group secures Rs 250 mn e-house power substation deal

Hartek Power announced that it had collaborated with TP Western Odisha Distribution (TPWODL), which is a joint venture established by TATA Power and Odisha Distribution. This collaboration aimed to undertake a project involving two new 3/11 KV E-House/containerised type power substations valued at Rs 250 million on a turnkey basis. The scope of the project encompassed the provision, installation, testing, and commissioning of these two substations situated in the Western Odisha region.

Within the framework of the 3/11 KV E-House project, the company intended to implement substations that offered benefits like rapid deployment, space conservation, and cost-effectiveness. These advantages were due to the pre-engineered and factory-assembled design of the substations.

In a press release, Hartek mentioned that these substations were designed to be adaptable to changing power requirements. They were also characterized by their mobility, which facilitated easy relocation. These substations were equipped with advanced safety features to ensure secure operation. Additionally, they were integrated with sophisticated monitoring systems that enhanced power management and grid resilience. All these features collectively made the substations versatile and efficient for various power supply needs.

The press release further elaborated that TP Western Odisha Distribution chose Hartek Power for this project based on the company's strong expertise and consistent track record in executing high-quality power infrastructure projects across India.

The substations formed a crucial component of the infrastructure development plans in the Western Odisha region. They were expected to address the growing energy demands of the area. The project's scope encompassed the supply and installation of all the necessary equipment and components required to ensure efficient and reliable power distribution.

Sanjeev Gupta, the CEO of Hartek Power, expressed his appreciation for being entrusted with these orders by TP Western Odisha Distribution. He highlighted the company's extensive experience in executing power infrastructure projects and its skilled team of professionals. Sanjeev Gupta expressed confidence in successfully completing the substations within the specified timelines. He also looked forward to close collaboration with TP Western Odisha Distribution to ensure the highest standards of quality and reliability in the project.

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Hartek Power announced that it had collaborated with TP Western Odisha Distribution (TPWODL), which is a joint venture established by TATA Power and Odisha Distribution. This collaboration aimed to undertake a project involving two new 3/11 KV E-House/containerised type power substations valued at Rs 250 million on a turnkey basis. The scope of the project encompassed the provision, installation, testing, and commissioning of these two substations situated in the Western Odisha region. Within the framework of the 3/11 KV E-House project, the company intended to implement substations that offered benefits like rapid deployment, space conservation, and cost-effectiveness. These advantages were due to the pre-engineered and factory-assembled design of the substations. In a press release, Hartek mentioned that these substations were designed to be adaptable to changing power requirements. They were also characterized by their mobility, which facilitated easy relocation. These substations were equipped with advanced safety features to ensure secure operation. Additionally, they were integrated with sophisticated monitoring systems that enhanced power management and grid resilience. All these features collectively made the substations versatile and efficient for various power supply needs. The press release further elaborated that TP Western Odisha Distribution chose Hartek Power for this project based on the company's strong expertise and consistent track record in executing high-quality power infrastructure projects across India. The substations formed a crucial component of the infrastructure development plans in the Western Odisha region. They were expected to address the growing energy demands of the area. The project's scope encompassed the supply and installation of all the necessary equipment and components required to ensure efficient and reliable power distribution. Sanjeev Gupta, the CEO of Hartek Power, expressed his appreciation for being entrusted with these orders by TP Western Odisha Distribution. He highlighted the company's extensive experience in executing power infrastructure projects and its skilled team of professionals. Sanjeev Gupta expressed confidence in successfully completing the substations within the specified timelines. He also looked forward to close collaboration with TP Western Odisha Distribution to ensure the highest standards of quality and reliability in the project. Also read: NTPC, SJVN, Hinduja Win RUMSL's Phase II Solar Auction BluPine and ACME Winners in RUVNL's 1.2 GW Solar

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