Hartek India to Supply Switchboard Panels For Rooftop Solar Projects in 20 Punjab Jails

The low-voltage electrical panels to be supplied for installations to the tune of 5 megawatts (MW) would help in the optimum distribution of an estimated 60 lakh units of electricity to all the jail buildings.

Hartek India Rooftop Solar

Hartek India, the manufacturing arm of the Hartek Group has bagged an order to supply electrical low-tension (LT) switchboard panels for a rooftop solar project coming up in the state of Punjab for distributing power to about 20 jails spread across 15 districts in the state. 

The low-voltage electrical panels to be supplied for installations to the tune of 5 megawatts (MW) would help in the optimum distribution of an estimated 60 lakh units of electricity to all the jail buildings, a company statement said here. 

“Providing a protective fuse for each circuit in a common enclosure, these panels act as a shield against electrical overloads and short circuits while distributing electricity throughout a facility. Since power breakdowns can cause huge generation losses and plant closures, electrical panels play a crucial in avoiding such crises,” the statement said. 

“Maintaining the highest quality parameters, we ensure that all our products are fully type-tested. In fact, we have our own state-of-the-art testing laboratory in our manufacturing facility to see to it that there is no compromise on quality. We will continue to build world-class power distribution products under the Make in India campaign, and thus contribute to nation building,” Hartek India Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Simarpreet Singh said. 

Hartek Group has interests in power systems, rooftop solar, power distribution products and other services.

Last year we reported that the solar power solution provider had launched a customised 5-10 KW plug-and-play rooftop solar kits. Suitable for houses, nursing homes, hotels, housing societies, small and medium enterprises and small commercial establishments.

“The company plans to install at least 100 units in residential commercial and industrial areas over the next six months targeting the Tricity as well as industrial clusters in Ludhiana, Dera Bassi Baddi and Mandi Gobindgarh,” Simarpreet Singh said at the time. Hartek Solar’s rooftop solar kits come with an option of a unique remote sensing technology tailor-made for small-scale solar plants.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.

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