Julian Nebreda


President, US and Global Business Lines

Julian Nebreda was appointed President of AES US and Global Business Lines in January 2022. In his current role Julian leads our US businesses to expand their renewable offering, transform our US utilities to better serve the expanding needs of their communities and support AES efforts to identify and integrate new business models to accelerate the growing role of the power sector into a more sustainable world. Before, Julian served as President of AES South America from 2018 -2022, President of AES Brazil from 2016-2018, President for AES Europe Strategic Business Unit from 2009- 2016 and as Vice President for the AES Central America and the Caribbean businesses. Julian has a broad experience in the energy, legal and financial sectors. His international experience in the broad energy, finance, legal and public sectors has shaped his leadership throughout AES to align and energize our people around our strategy to create value on the communities where we work. Mr. Nebreda serves as Chairman of the Board of AES Clean Energy and AES Brazil, and serves in the boards of Fluence, AES Indiana and AES Ohio. Prior to AES, Mr. Nebreda held positions in the public and private sectors, including as Counsellor to the Executive Director from Panama and Venezuela at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington, D.C.

Sessions With Julian Nebreda

Thursday, 10 March

  • 11:20am - 12:10pm (CST) / 10/mar/2022 05:20 pm - 10/mar/2022 06:10 pm

    Large-scale Renewables: What are the emerging issues?

    Panel Power & Renewables
    The expected future deployment of clean energy capacity on a massive scale will create an unprecedented call on land use. Competition with other activities and interests can ensue and impact societies, businesses, and the environment. As the renewable energy industry grows, will social and environmental opposition challenge the permitting of infrastructure for clean energy supply? What solutions are proving effective to overcome these problems that cut across the energy space, socioeconomics, and the environment?