Energy Partners

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From concept to completion and with a strong knowledge of the intricacies of the local market, we develop solutions for every stage of the renewable energy value chain: project feasibility, financials, engineering, permitting / regulatory and EPCM.

We encompass the entire Argentine territory with our understanding of the particulars at the provincial and local levels.

Our Scope

• Wind Power
• Solar PV Power
• Isolated Grids, Off-Grid Systems
• Autonomous Backup Units
• Transmission and Interconnection lines

Our Services

Design and Engineering

• Conceptual Analyses
• Project Feasibility and Economic Viability
• Grid Interconnection
• General and Detail Engineering
• Owner’s Engineer

• Demand-Side Management and Energy Efficiency
• LEED® Certification
• Carbon Credit Certification

EPCM

• Project licensing and permitting processes
• Engineering validation
• Logistics
• Subcontractor selection
• Site Management

Law 27191 on Renewable Energy - A unique opportunity for investing in renewable sources in Argentina

The Law builds on and updates the Regimen for the National Promotion for the Production and Use of Renewable Sources of Electric Energy established by the Law 26.190, and extends the regimen for the period 2018 - 2025. It sets national renewable energy targets, establishes a fund for financing renewable energy projects, and defines minimum renewable requirements for consumers 300 kW and beyond (a minimum of 8% of total electricity consumed from renewable sources by 31 December 2017 and a minimum of 20% by 31 December 2025 as national targets).

The Law creates a new Fund for the Development of Renewable Energies (FODER), which is to be funded, among others, through the National Treasury with minimum 50% of the savings from shifting from fossil fuels to renewables, estimated at about US$41 billion by 2025.

The Law also establishes special obligation for large energy users (power demand exceeds 300 kW) to achieve the above-mentioned targets individually, under a threat of penalty. Their renewable energy might be produced on site or purchased through contracts, whose price is capped by the Law at maximum US$113/MWh or its equivalent in the national currency. This price can be modified for new contracts after two years from the entry into force of the law takes effect if required by market conditions.

About us

We have been active in Argentina since the early 1980s and participating at all levels of the electric energy chain.

Our permanent offices in Buenos Aires and Catamarca let us effectively cover all project stages.

Contact

info@energypartners.com.ar

5R, Juana Manso 1113
C1107CBW Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Argentina

San Martin 197
4700 San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, Catamarca
Argentina

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