Hartek Group, an end-to-end solutions provider in power transmission, distribution and renewable energy, plans to venture into green hydrogen to decarbonize sectors such as refining, steel, and automobiles. The company will build these projects in EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction) and developer modes.
“We are fully dedicated to playing a substantial role in India’s National Green Hydrogen Mission, positioning ourselves as a major player in this emerging space,” Simarpreet Singh, director of Hartek Group, told pv magazine.
Under its power system business, Hartek works with developers to build the entire grid infrastructure for solar/wind power to be evacuated. So far, it has executed more than 350 substations and transmission and distribution projects up to 400 kV, connecting 5 GW + solar to the grid for government and private developers.
“Our involvement in the execution of approximately 5 GW of solar grid connectivity has curbed 150 MT of CO2 emissions since 2009,” said Singh.
Hartek partners with industries and buildings to meet their ESG and sustainable development goals. It has installed over 100 MWp of rooftop solar, fostering clean energy adoption.
Additionally, the company has established itself as a major player in the floating solar sector. It recently executed North India’s largest floating solar project and is now building a 22 MW floating solar for SJVN.
Over the next 12 months, Hartek plans strategic expansion in several key areas, including rooftop solar, floating solar and green hydrogen. “Our goal is to extend our reach to more regions and empower an even broader base of customers with clean and sustainable energy solutions that will accelerate their decarbonization journey,” Singh told pv magazine.
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