About Us

Javier B. Oyanedel, is the CEO and Co-Founder of Andes Sustainable Villages®, which is an international Sustainability consulting company with consulting engineers to design and build community infrastructure, such as energy renewable, deep energy retrofit, and optimizing drinking water systems for low-income communities.

Javier was born and grew up in Chile, he lives alternately in Chile and in the U.S.A. Javier is passionate on sustainable development and to build community infrastructure applying his awareness about people, diversity, environment, economics, and leadership skills gained during his career. He has held Masters Degrees in Sustainable Enterprise, Real Estate Management, and Civil Engineering, as well as, he earned his Ph.D. in International Business Administration.

Andes Sustainable Villages®, has integrated processes for a broad portfolio of economic, environmental, and social initiatives often in support low-income communities with community infrastructure’s projects.

Andes Sustainable Villages®, design cutting-edge community infrastructure systems to meet low-income communities in renewable energy, deep energy retrofit, and grey water. These processes includes the desing, vetting, build, and commissioning.

Andes Sustainable Villages ®

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Improving low-income people living conditions will ensure a value-based society and a sustainable development.
We are passionate to bridge the gap between large corporations and low-income villages by helping them to improve their community engagement by implementing community infrastructure, such as renewable energy projects, deep energy retrofit, drinking water efficiency, human needs appraisals, and stakeholders” management.
Our first goal is with sustainable development by developing projects with experienced partners in order to provide innovative solutions that ensure successful programs for either designing sustainable villages or retrofitting current sustainable villages in South America.
Our second goal is to provoke awareness among villagers and corporations’ executives in order to consider coequally: Social (acting as if other people matter), Economic (operating profitably), Environmental (protecting and restoring the ecosystem), and Cultural (protecting and valuing cultural diversity) components as part of sustainable development..
We have cutting-edge partners in the U.S. with a successful history and a strong network in South America. This networking allows Andes Sustainable Villages® to offer successful renewabe energy systems and deep energy retrofit to meet passive house requirements as well as sustainable infrastructure at community projects.

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