Hartek Solar, the renewable and solar EPC business unit of the Hartek Group, has secured a contract from SJVN Green Energy to build a 22 MW DC (15 MW AC) floating solar PV power project at Nangal Pond in the Bilaspur district of Himachal Pradesh. This project, upon commissioning, will be North India’s largest floating solar power plant.
Hartek’s scope of work includes complete EPC of the 15 MW AC floating solar plant and comprehensive operation and maintenance.
The project is expected to generate 33 million units of electricity per year, helping to offset carbon dioxide emissions by 763,000 tonnes annually.
Hartek Solar recently commissioned a 2 MW floating solar plant for Chandigarh Renewable Energy and Science & Technology Promotion Society (CREST) in Chandigarh.
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