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INDIA NEWS Hartek Power commissions 40-MW substation project Hartek Power Pvt Ltd has announced that it has successfully commissioned a 40-MW substation project on complete EPC basis near Banmore in Morena district of Madhya Pradesh. The project, executed for Amba Shakti Group at a cost of around Rs 7 crore, involved complete design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of a 132 KV bay government substation and a 132/11 KV pooling station with two 20 MVA transformers. Commenting on the achievement, Mr Hartek Singh, Chairman and Managing Director (CMD), Hartek Group, said, “Much like all our previous assignments, we have once again ensured high quality standards and created immense value for our customer in terms of our product and services. In talks with leading solar developers, we are looking at connecting another 100 MW of solar power to the grid soon. Overall, it was a pleasant experience working in Madhya Pradesh.” Hartek Power, which is currently executing various substation orders worth about Rs 60 crore, had recently bagged an order from Azure Power for providing electrification, automation and substation solutions for solar power projects of 113 MW spread across five states. Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages dedicates its 1st Solar Power initiative in Maharashtra Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd has announced the dedication of a100Kilowatts (KW) rooftop solar power plant at its Wada bottling plant in the Palghar district of Maharashtra. The Solar power facility was inaugurated by Mr. Vishnuji Savra, Minister of Tribal Development &Guardian Minister for Palghar District, Government of Maharashtra in the presence of Mr. Durgesh Telang, Zonal Vice President, HCCBPL and other senior dignitaries from the government and the company. This initiative is in line with company’s sustainability agenda wherein it seeks to contribute towards social, economic and environmental progress by fostering the efficient use of natural resources. The solar power facility at the Wada plant is a pilot project having a capacity to generate 100 KW. Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest – Mr. Vishnuji Savra, Minister of Tribal Development and Guardian Minister of Palghar district, Government of Maharashtra, appreciated the initiative taken by the company .He further added that solar energy is a non-polluting source of power that not only provides energy independence to domestic and commercial consumers but will also ease out the problems of the burgeoning energy demand supply gap. Explaining the pilot project implementation at Wada plant, Mr. Durgesh Telang, Zonal Vice President, HCCBPL, said, “We are extremely pleased to make our first solar installation in Maharashtra through this pilot project. Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages initiative to install rooftop solar power panels at its production facility is a sustainable step towards efficient and eco-friendly production”. The Wada solar plant is an off grid plant which is independent of the state electricity board grid and 100% of the power produced is being used for internal operations at the plant. Under the project which began in June 2014, have been installed on the rooftop of the main plant building, which has maximum solar radiation and is expected to generate around 1.4 lacs of units of electricity. HHV Solar Technologies Ltd inaugurates 100 MW PV Module Manufacturing Facility at Bangalore HV ST has announced that it has recently completed the full commissioning of their State-of-the Art 100 MW crystalline solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing line with advanced Process Automation and German Machinery. HHV ST becomes one of the top quality Solar Module facilities in India with best in class Quality Control measures. The highlights of the new facility are: The 100MW production facility is spread across 40,000 sq. ft. area having class 100,000 clean room environment. The facility has been equipped with maximum automation and in-line quality control process using multi-stage compliance measures. High precision machinery from leading Global suppliers for faster production of defect free - fully tested PV Modules. All PV modules pass through 100% inline multi stage EL (Electro Luminescence) Tests to ensure very high quality modules supplied to the end customers. Products comply with international standards – IEC, UL, CEC and MCS-BRE UK certified by TUV Rheinland, UL, Intertek ETL, BRE Global, CEC etc. HHV ST is an IMS certified company with ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 + Cor 1:2009 and BS OHSAS 18001:2007 Our partial list of leading customers includes BHEL / SunEdison / SWELECT / Bosch / Godrej & Boyce / Mahindra Reva / L&T / Huawei / Rich Phytocare / IITs / Indian Parliament House and many more. HHV ST modules are used in countries like Australia, Canada, Germany, UK and USA until now. As a mark of the new launch HHV ST has bagged a 10 MW SPV project from USA and is committed to ship out by April 2016. 10 energetica INDIA · NOV | DEC15


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