Julián Nebreda is president of AES in South America, a role in which he leads the company’s business over four geographies and serves a diverse set of customers with sustainable solutions that meet their energy needs. His international experience in the energy, finance, legal, and public sectors has shaped his leadership throughout AES in service of the company’s strategy to create value in the communities where it works.
Originally trained as a lawyer specializing in finance, Nebreda has since focused his career on directing AES businesses across Europe, Central America, and the Caribbean. He has a proven track record of managing diverse businesses and confronting diverse strategic challenges in a variety of geographic and cultural settings. His achievements range from managing major construction projects like the Andrés generation facility in the Dominican Republic (the first LNG terminal in the Caribbean) to leading the transformation of AES Gener in Chile from a traditional generator to a renewable company focus on offering sustainable solutions to its customers. Before joining AES, he made impacts in the public sector with the Inter-American Development Bank, where he served as counselor to the executive director of Venezuela and Panama.
Nebreda graduated cum laude from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas. He later earned a master of laws in common law with a Fulbright fellowship and a master of laws in securities and financial regulations from Georgetown University.
Nebreda was an event speaker at the Dialogue.