Advait Infra

Phone: +91 (79) 4895 6677

Factory: 123-456-789

Fuel Cell Manufacturing

Advait Infratech is into business of providing products and solutions for power transmission, substation and telecommunication infrastructure since 2009.

We operate with various verticals such as Turnkey Telecommunication Projects, Installation of Power Transmission, Substation and Telecom Products, Liasioning – marketing and providing end to end solution to the customers. We also manufacture and supply capital stringing tools for construction of transmission line.

Our company has extended its verticals by venturing into manufacturing of OPGW (Optical Fibre Ground Wire), OFC cables, ACS (Aluminium clad steel wire), ERS (Emergency restoration system) and OPGW Joint box.

We are thrilled to announce the opening of AGPL’s state-of-the-art fuel cell manufacturing and assembly unit located at ABC location. With an impressive capacity of XYZ, this facility solidifies our position as a leading provider in the fuel cell industry. At AGPL, we are committed to driving the global transition towards clean and sustainable energy solutions, and our new manufacturing unit plays a crucial role in achieving this vision. Equipped with advanced technologies and operated by a team of skilled professionals, we are dedicated to producing high-performance fuel cells that offer reliable and efficient power generation. Join us as we revolutionize the energy landscape and pave the way for a greener future with our innovative fuel cell manufacturing and assembly unit.
Fuel cells are electrochemical devices that convert chemical energy directly into electrical energy. Fuel cells primarily use hydrogen and methane as fuels, which can be derived from renewable sources such as biomass, wind, and solar power. Compared to traditional combustion-based technologies, fuel cells are far more efficient. Additionally, they are environmentally cleaner as they generate only water and heat as byproducts, providing a sustainable power generation option.

To be a leading global company in the power transmission and telecommunication sector contributing to nation-building.

  • Empower a million lives through sustainable, competitive, and innovative products and solutions.
  • Unleash the Indian entrepreneurial spirit and realize the full potential of employees.
  • To understand, care and make a meaningful difference to customers, employees, society, and all stakeholders.

About Us

Director’s Message

It’s easy to say, “I can do it”. But those who persevere don’t just say it – they do it and they live it. Success for me is still a distant reality and there are miles to go before I sleep.

We cultivate talents and genius here but I certainly believe persistence and determination alone are omnipotent ingredients for Advait Infratech. It is with this belief that I planted the seed of Advait Infratech Private Limited in 2009. In the last decade, we have had a remarkable journey. From a trading and consultancy company, we have moved to be marketing pioneers in manufacturing and EPC operations.

With Advait getting listed on the MSME Board of Bombay Stock Exchange in 2020, we have taken a huge leap in our operations and performance. With the brilliant team at Advait, we aim to be a world-class leader in businesses that enrich lives and contribute to nations in building infrastructure through sustainable value creation whilst creating benchmarks in the field of power transmission, renewable energy, and telecommunication.

Mr. Shalin Sheth

India has set an ambitious target of achieving 450 GW renewable energy capacity by 2030. However, the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power makes it challenging to meet the energy demands of a growing economy like India. Fuel cells can complement renewable energy sources by providing reliable and continuous power. Fuel cells can also be used for backup power, especially in remote areas without electricity access.

Hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to power cars, homes, and even entire cities, without producing harmful emissions. But how do we produce hydrogen in an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective way? Enter into the blog of Green Hydrogen electrolyser and fuel cell technology.

In the energy sector, fuel cells have the potential to play a significant role in meeting India’s increasing energy demand, while reducing its dependence on imported fossil fuels. India is the world’s third-largest consumer of crude oil and the fourth-largest energy consumer, with a rapidly growing economy expected to drive significant increases in energy demand in the coming years.
Currently, the use of fuel cells in India is limited primarily to certain applications, such as backup power for telecom towers, remote power generation, and material handling equipment. However, the Indian government has recognized the potential of fuel cells as a clean energy source and has taken several initiatives to promote their use in the country.
In 2022, the Indian government launched the National Hydrogen Energy Mission (NHEM), which aims to promote hydrogen as a fuel and establish India as a leader in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology. The NHEM has set a target of 3.5 GW hydrogen fuel cell capacity by 2030.

Management Team

Rejal Sheth

Chief Financial Officer

Vimal Pandya

Vice President-Operations and BD Renewables

Parth Gandhi

General Manager BD - ACS and TG Advait

Sadhana Singh

DGM Overseas

Rejal Sheth

Chief Financial Officer

Vimal Pandya

Vice President-Operations and

BD Renewables

Parth Gandhi

General Manager

BD - ACS and TG Advait

Sadhana Singh

DGM Overseas

Bhargav Joshi

Asst. General Manager

Plant Head & Tools

Aakash Shah

Head- Finance

Dipesh Panchal

Company Secretary

Sneha Christian

HR Head

Rutvi Sheth

Director of PR and Communications


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    Vimal Pandya Chief Operation Officer
    Sadhana Singh Business head Overseas
    Bhargav Joshi Business head Tools

    Sneha Christian Head HR

      Rutvi Sheth


      Advantages of fuel cells for India’s sustainable energy needs

      Fuel cells provide many advantages for India. Some of these are:

      Fuel cells have emerged as a promising solution for India’s sustainable energy needs. With their clean and efficient energy production, versatility, and use of renewable fuel sources, Fuel cells could provide a reliable and sustainable energy source for India’s growing economy.

      Moreover, the widespread adoption of fuel cells can help India reduce its carbon footprint and achieve its goal of becoming a sustainable and low-carbon economy.

      As the technology continues to develop and improve, it is expected to generate even more innovative applications. With the potential for creating new opportunities for economic growth and job creation, Green Hydrogen electrolyser and fuel cell technology offers a bright future for the renewable energy sector.

      In April 2023, Advait Infratech signed an MoU with Jiangsu HuaDe Hydrogen Energy Technology, a company in hydrogen fuel cell technology based in China. The intent is to collaborate on setting up a fuel cell manufacturing facility in Gujarat, India, with the design developed by HuaDE. The technology will remain with HuaDe, and Advait will be the manufacturer of the fuel cell systems in India.

      The aim of this collaboration is to capture a sizable market of pure hydrogen and city gas-based fuel cell systems in India.
      The fuel cell manufacturing facility in Gujarat will use the latest technology and equipment to manufacture fuel cell systems that meet the highest quality standards.


      Advait is strategically positioning itself as a mid-size solar EPC company, capitalizing on the immense market potential. Our primary objective is to secure orders from Independent Power Producers (IPPs) for the seamless execution of solar projects.

      Simultaneously, we will target small-scale industrial clients, offering comprehensive turnkey solar solutions.

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