• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Juan Emilio Posada

ISA Interconexión Eléctrica S.A.

Chief Executive Officer, ISA

Juan Emilio Posada Echeverri has important business background, and its taking ISA to its consolidation as the energy and infrastructure company of the future within the Ecopetrol Group. His leadership, multi-sector experience, and high-level of expertise in ever-changing business environments will be essential assets in the mission to maximize the company’s sustainable and comprehensive value. • He is a business administrator from Universidad EAFIT in Medellin, has an MBA in International Business and Finance from Pace University in New York, where he was honored for his academic excellence, and also completed postgraduate studies in International Financial Law at the London School of Economics. • He is known for his extensive and solid international business background; his experience in the energy, infrastructure and telecommunications sectors, and his leadership on issues such as sustainability, technology and innovation, entrepreneurship, and competitiveness. • In the energy and energy transportation infrastructure sector, as a member of the Ecopetrol’s Board, since 2019 he contributed to defining the Group’s 2040 strategy, called Energía que Transforma (Energy that Transforms), to successfully face the challenges of the energy transition. He also has extensive knowledge of the public utilities sector thanks to his experience as a member of the boards of directors of Sociedad de Acueducto, Alcantarillado y Aseo de Barranquilla – Triple A, and Telecom. • Over the last few years, he has promoted high levels of commitment from the organizations and has led in environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters. He promotes a broader scope of the role of corporate CEOs, urging them to be more active in the promotion of the systemic, sustainable development of the communities, regions, and countries in their area of influence.

Sessions With Juan Emilio Posada

Thursday, 9 March

  • 07:15am - 08:20am (CST) / 09/mar/2023 01:15 pm - 09/mar/2023 02:20 pm

    Latin America Power: Going greener amid volatility

    Power & Renewables
    Renewables will continue to lead investments in Latin America’s power sector, despite the different stages of market development across the region. As wind and solar capacity additions ramp up, investments in gas-fired generation and transmission infrastructure are also expected to gain traction. These foundational changes in the region’s power mix are challenged by economic and political issues, but how can developers and investors navigate the risks and capture new business opportunities? How can they increase the resilience of business models amid growing volatility? How will the region deal with the growing needs for flexibility and stability in the power generation mix?