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WE ARE PIONEERS IN A NEW MODEL DEVELOPMENT
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COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIUM SCALE, INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROJECTS
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HINS ENERGÍA - SOVENTIX STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY EXPERIENCE, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION About us

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HINS ENERGÍA

We are a leading company in development, construction, operation and maintenance of renewable energy projects.
We assume each project with a comprehensive approach, covering technical, economic and environmental aspects and with a deep knowledge of the regulatory frameworks at national and provincial level.

Our multidisciplinary team has more than 25 years of experience in the energy sector in South America, having led a wide range of successful projects in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Uruguay.

Together with Soventix, we have formed a strategic partnership as leaders in the SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC industry with more than 10 years of experience in medium scale, industrial, and commercial projects.

RENEWABLE ENERGIES     /      CLIMATE CHANGE     /      SUSTAINABILITY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Strategic partners

Business Units

Renewable energy

Development, construction, operation and maintenance of medium scale, commercial and industrial solar photovoltaic projects.
Hybrid, on-grid and off-grid plants.

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP Hins-Soventix

Turnkey installations for self-consumption in industries. Significant reduction of electrical consumption and application for tax and financial benefits.
Integral development of solar thermal, wind, biomass and biogas projects.

DEVELOPMENT

Location analysis and selection.
Property rights.
Permits (construction, environmental, etc.)
Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)
Due Diligence.

ENGINEERING

Plant layout.
Cost calculation.
Analysis of solar resource.
Technical planning: conceptional, basic and detailed engineering.

CONSTRUCTION

EPC (Engineering, Procurement & Construction)
EPCM (Management).
Logistics and coordination of purchases.
Inspection of works.
Quality inspection.
Commissioning.

TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT

Operation and Maintenance (O&M)
Technical monitoring and failure analysis.
Maintenance and services.
Control of contracts.

FINANCING – IPP

Own assets management.
Energy and power sales.
Financial evaluation.
Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV’s)
Financing and debt structure.
Structuring and negotiation of contracts.
Project portfolios for investors.
Insurance.

WHAT IS DISTRIBUTED GENERATION?
It is the use of renewable sources, such as the sun, wind, water in riverbeds, biomass and others, to generate electricity for self-consumption and at the same time inject excess energy into the distribution grid.
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WHAT IS COMMUNITY DISTRIBUTED GENERATION?
Community Distributed Generation (CDG) is the associative generation of renewable energy by different users. Several users within the same electricity distribution area can associate to generate their own energy and then inject it into the public electricity distribution grid. CDG facilitates opportunities for access to clean energy for many people, taking advantage of economies of scale and providing an additional alternative to the existing ones for self-consumption.
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Climate Change

We support public and private organizations in achieving their climate and sustainability goals.
Carbon Neutrality Services

Reducing carbon emissions supports the Paris Agreement but also helps companies generate new business opportunities and commitment to emit their “fair share” of the remaining global carbon budget.
Companies which are involved in climate protection benefit from demonstrating an ecological awareness, while working towards improving their corporate brand and competitiveness.

Corporate carbon compliance

Businesses are increasingly confronted with a variety of regulations concerning their emissions. Depending on the location and emissions profile, a company may be subject to participation in an emissions trading system (ETS) or a carbon tax, but may also benefit from public subsidies for emissions reduction measures.

Public climate action

Following the Paris Agreement, climate policy has moved back up to the top of the global agenda. At present, the following challenges are taking center stage:

  • Establishing appropriate climate policy instruments at the national level.
  • Securing and leveraging climate finance.
  • Identifying and implementing appropriate measures for emissions mitigation and adaptation to climate change.
Green investments

The future is green. Clean and renewable energies are among the fastest growing markets.

  • Climate investment programs help finance reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
  • CO2-Carbon funds, the carbon markets established themselves as a key policy instrument for the mitigation of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Sustainability and resource management

ZERO EMISSIONS
BIOECONOMY
CIRCULAR ECONOMY
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

SUSTAINABILITY

The concept of the Circular Economy connects economic, social and ecological aspects in order to create and preserve added value in a region. It considers the responsible, comprehensive and efficient management of material flow systems and energy, following ecological and economic objectives and taking into account social aspects.

It is a tool for the implementation of sustainable development, e.g. circular economy, bio-economy or zero emission strategies on a regional scale, including important sectors such as industry, public sector, private households, agriculture, forestry and regional resource infrastructure (energy, waste, water, etc.)

The idea of a zero emission strategy is based on a holistic and systematic approach and demonstrates, that an industry, a building, a town, a city, a municipality or an island can be supplied with 100% sustainable energy on a climate neutral basis by activating regional potentials.

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Philosophically, we understand the different types of waste, both urban and rural, as resources. We have a global view that incorporates social, environmental, technical, regulatory and economic aspects.

Some of our services:

  • Development of efficient waste management processes in large and small areas.
  • Campaigns for solid waste sorting at the source of generation, classification and recycling of materials.
  • Planning and construction of mechanical sorting plants, mechanical-biological treatments and Waste-to-Energy.
  • Support for sanitation and maintenance of environmentally affected areas.
  • Advice and selection of technologies applicable to specific projects.
  • Search and management of financing sources at national and international level.

Our projects

Some of our projects

EL DORADOSOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PARK
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Power: 300kWp
  • Date: 2019
  • Reduction of co2 emissions: 8000 tn

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LA BARRANCAPhotovoltaic installation for self-consumption
  • Location: Villa General Belgrano , Córdoba, Argentina
  • Power: 17,26 kWp
  • Electricity generation: 26.370 kWh/year
  • Date: 2020

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PARQUE COMUNITARIO ONCATIVOSolar community photovoltaic park
  • Location: Oncativo, Córdoba, Argentina
  • Power: 76,44 kWp
  • Estimated electricity generation: 132,24 MWh/year
  • Date: 2021 (under construction)
PARQUE COMUNITARIO ARROYO CABRALSolar community photovoltaic park
  • Location: Arroyo Cabral, Cordoba, Argentina
  • Power: 63.7 kWp
  • Estimated electricity generation: 102.96 MWh/year
  • Date: 2021 (under construction)
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Contact

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HINS CABA

MANUEL UGARTE 3883 – PISO 2
CABA
+54 11 5272 4500
info@hins.com.ar

HINS MENDOZA

PEDRO VARGAS 632
MENDOZA

HINS CÓRDOBA

JOSÉ ROQUE FUNES 1723 – PISO 3 – OF. 4
CÓRDOBA