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Mr. Paul Hinks

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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (202) ***-****  
Local Address:  Washington , District of Columbia , United States
Symbion Power LLC
1919 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 775
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20006
United States

Company Description: The Symbion management team has extensive experience in the design, procurement and construction of complex projects in the United States, the United Kingdom, as...   more

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The 'Beach League' was inspired by ..., 13 Jan 2016 [cached]
The 'Beach League' was inspired by Symbion Power owner Paul Hinks who would see impoverished children play barefoot and football-less on the beaches of Dar es Salaam.
Paul ..., 24 Nov 2015 [cached]
Paul Hinks
Paul is CEO of Symbion Power, a power engineering and construction firm specialising in frontier markets.
Symbion Power, 7 June 2015 [cached]
Paul Hinks
Chief Executive Officer
Paul Hinks
Founder Paul Hinks is the driving force behind the company. He has spent his life in the power industry where he has been responsible for the operation and construction of large-scale power plants, transmission lines and substations. His career spans over 30 years and in that period, he has lived and worked in the USA, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Paul has extensive contracting experience. He created Symbion in response to the need for electrical infrastructure reconstruction during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Under Paul's leadership, the company commenced operations in Africa in 2010. Symbion has now moved into private sector investment and is one of the largest U.S. Independent Power Producers operating on the continent. Paul was appointed as the Chairman of the Corporate Council on Africa in 2012.
"Symbion is committed to being ..., 7 Nov 2015 [cached]
"Symbion is committed to being a long-term partner and delivering electricity to Rwanda and to help de-risk Lake Kivu by safely extracting the methane gas that continues to build up in its depths and may be used to generate power", says Symbion Power's CEO Paul Hinks.
He continues: "Symbion is currently finalizing the Power Purchase and Concession Agreements with the government of Rwanda.
Related Keywords:ipAD Rwanda, Symbion Power, Paul Hinks, iPAD Rwanda Power & Infrastructure Investment Forum in November in Kigali, Lake Kivu, gas to power project, methane gas
Echoing recent comments by Symbion ..., 9 Nov 2015 [cached]
Echoing recent comments by Symbion Power CEO Paul Hinks, who suggested that it was time for Tanzania to turn more to other sources of power instead of relying on hydroelectric power plants, Mramba said: "I concur. Shifting to other power sources is inevitable and Tanesco is aggressively and speedily moving in that direction." In a recent interview with this paper, Hinks faulted the World Bank and western donors for opposing the development of coal-fired power in much of Africa, saying their stance of not financing these projects was eating into Africa's socio-economic growth. Hinks said Tanzania and Africa in its entirety badly need reliable and sustainable supply of electricity and that "any locally available sources of power/fuel should be explored and utilised to achieve this objective". "We, at Symbion Power, are not convinced by sexy western rhetoric about wind and solar being the main, or only, solution to Africa's energy or fuel woes. Africa needs an energy mix and massive base load capacity," he said. Commenting on this, Mramba said restricting Tanzania and other African countries from developing coal plants "under the pretext of environmental pollution" was unfair, considering that there were thousands of coal plants across the US, Europe and Asia. "The contribution to climate change of poor African and other economies is negligible compared to that of the super powers like China and the US which are the ones most to blame for the greenhouse gas emissions," he said. "Putting up one or two coal power plants in Tanzania will have an insignificant contribution to global emissions," he noted. He added: "Coal is cheaper than gas-fired power and, if the abundant coal resources available in the country are really well used, they will substantially boost our power production capacity and make the power more affordable."
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