HiperDino is preparing the launch of ten new photovoltaic plants in the Canaries

These actions are part of an ongoing programme of upgrades by the supermarket group.

HiperDino is preparing the launch of ten new photovoltaic installations in several of its shops which will be put into operation in the coming months. In addition to these ten, two existing ones will also be extended.

These projects are being developed on the upper deck of HiperDino shops located mainly in Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma and Tenerife.

In addition, work is being carried out on a second phase in the Telde logistics centre and, also in the second phase, in the shop located in the Alisios shopping centre in Gran Canaria.

The chain’s commitment to projects of this nature is linked to its commitment to caring for the environment, by investing in renewable, inexhaustible and non-polluting energy, and the rise in the price of electricity.


HiperDino is the leading group in the food sector in the Archipelago and the only regional one that is 100% Canarian. It currently has 235 shops and sells more than 13,000 items, 40% of which are from local suppliers. It is also the leading company in job creation with more than 8,500 workers.

Present in five of the eight Canary Islands, it reaches seven of them through the online shop This channel, created in 2015, has all the products of its physical shops and, among the advantages it provides, the customer receives the purchase the day after it is made. It also has two exclusive preparation centres for online shopping and 34 franchised DinoShop shops.

Through the DinoSol Foundation, it collaborates in solidarity with various actions supporting the social and cultural development of the Canary Islands, and pays special attention to the people who are part of HiperDino.

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