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Energética India | September / October 2015

INDIA NEWS Enerparc Energy Private Limited bags order for 5.7MWp Solar PV at Delhi International Airport Enerparc Energy has announced the receipt of prestigious order from Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) for setting up 5.7 MWp solar power plant including contract for operating and maintaining plant for next ten years at T3 terminal. This order for Enerparc is repeat order after successful execution of their first project of 2.14 MWp at DIAL which was the first solar project on airside of any Indian airport, built 160 meters away from centre of runway and commissioned in Jan 2014 and now also being maintained.Current project of 5.7MWp is spread over slightly less than 25 acres of land on North of runway 29-11 in-between taxiways ‘Y’ and ‘Z’. In spite of tough working conditions on airport premises, especially on airside, substantial progress has been achieved on ground including clearance for installation from DGCA post a “Glare analysis” and mechanical installation has already reached to advanced stages Enerparc worldwide has wide experience and knowledge in handling solar projects especially on runway side of airport with more than 270MWp projects executed as on date only on airport premises including various installations in Europe and India. In India, Enerparc together with DIAL pioneered this concept of installing solar project on the airside with India’s first ever solar project on airside commissioned in January 2014. “Enerparc has an expert understanding and experience of building and operating solar projects on airports, we have also commissioned a 5MWp solar project at Hyderabad International airport and these 3 large scale solar airport projects we have built and are operating is a testimony to our expertise and technical skills in understanding both aviation specific needs and solar expertise” said Santosh Khatelsal, Managing Director, Enerparc Energy. We are in touch with several airport authorities in India and helping them in planning, scheduling solar projects on airport which is ideal location for setting up such projects on account of requirement of huge energy to be used consistently as well as vast tracts of empty lands which other way cannot be used for other purposes due to technical restrictions. Sterling Generators to Expand its Dealer Network in Tamil Nadu Sterling Generators has announced its plans to expand its Sales Network across India now in Tamil Nadu. Currently Sterling Generators has more than 6 dealers across Tamil Nadu and plans to spread out to more cities increasing its dealer network to 15 by 2016. Looking at the increasing demand of DG Sets in the tier 2 and 3 cities, Sterling Generators has embarked on building a strong dealership network offering the complete range of Sterling DG sets from 10 kva up to 3000 kva in these cities. Sterling Generators is known to provide its customers with the most Fuel Efficient and Emission optimized CPCB II compliant DG sets that comply with the latest Environmental norms that meet International Emission Standards. Their Premium Design and Specifications provide an Economic solution that is reliable and durable. With a spread of factory trained Service engineers, Sterling Generators aims to provide best in class After Sales Service to its customer throughout the country through its well established Dealer Network. Commenting on the expansion strategy being implemented by Sterling Generators in Tamil Nadu, Mr. Sanjay Jadhav, President, Sterling and Wilson Powergen Pvt Ltd. said, “We are committed to offering the best Diesel generators to our Customers. We already have a strong presence across the country but are looking to strengthen our reach in Tamil Nadu. We look forward to establishing a robust dealer network to reach out to discerning customers with our extensive range of diesel generators and services while continuing to serve our existing client base.” Hartek Power bags substation order for 113-MW solar projects Hartek Power Pvt Ltd has announced that it has bagged an order from Azure Power for providing electrification, automation and substation solutions for solar power projects of 113 MW. These projects, spread across five states, including Punjab, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Karnataka, will be executed at a cost of about Rs 35 crore. Hartek Power will provide a turnkey solution post-inverter covering the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the power plant electrification and automation systems as well as pooling stations. The projects include eight substations of up to 132 Kv to connect more than 100 MW of solar energy to the grid. “Our experience of executing turnkey projects across the country and our in-depth knowledge of the Indian business landscape positions us as reliable partners in the power sector. (...) Renewable energy is one of our focus areas, and we want to make a difference in connecting solar energy to the grid through integration of our power system capabilities,” said Mr Hartek Singh, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD), Hartek Group. Company’s expertise in executing solar projects across the country and its understanding of the market dynamics of the power sector have turned it into a natural partner of multinationals by way of significant collaborations, technical know-how support and licence agreements. 14 energetica INDIA · SEP | OCT15


Energética India | September / October 2015
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