Overview

The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES) is a global power company that owns and operates a diverse and growing portfolio of electricity generation and distribution businesses, which provide reliable, affordable energy to customers in 20 countries. AES understands that a reliable, affordable supply of electricity is essential to human progress, economic growth, public health and security.

Our power plants encompass a broad range of technologies and fuel types, including coal, diesel, hydropower, gas, oil, wind and biomass. Our utilities power several diverse markets, from São Paulo, Brazil to Indianapolis, Indiana.

Combining deep local insight with a global presence and more than 30 years of experience, AES has a proven commitment to ensuring operational excellence in providing electricity to its customers.

Our Mission

Improving lives by providing safe, reliable and sustainable energy solutions in every market AES serves.




For more information, please see The AES Company Fact Sheet.

For a complete list of AES locations, please see the Investor Fact Sheet.

 

Recognized as a Financial Leader

  • AES is a Fortune 200 company.
  • AES Latin America was listed 41st in the 2011 Latin Trade 500 ranking.


Recognized among the Best Companies

Respected publications have recognized:

  • AES Dominicana: One of the most admired companies in Dominican Republic, and the first so recognized in the energy sector.
  • AES Eletropaulo: Most admired company in Brazil in the electricity supply category.
  • AES Brazil: Best company in the electricity sector. 


Recognized for Operational Excellence

  • AES has been named the winner of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) International Edison Award, the electric utility industry’s most prestigious honor, for AES’ contributions to the advancement of the power markets of Latin America (2007), the Philippines (2011) and Chile (2012).
  • AES El Salvador received the Excellence on Occupational Safety and Environmental Safety Prize awarded by 3M.
  • IPL received the EEI Emergency Assistance Award for storm restoration assistance provided to other utilities.
  • AES Sonel was awarded the Africa Energy Award in the “Finest Fast-Track Power Project" category for its Dibamba Power Project.
  • AES Sul in Brazil received the Ibero-American quality award, the highest recognition for quality management awarded by FUNDIBEQ.
  • Sogra CHP in Kazakhstan was awarded “Best Safety Company of the Year” in the country’s safety-oriented competition, known as “Senim.”
  • AES companies in Ukraine were recognized by the Ministry of Fuel and Energy for exemplary energy sector leadership, and for their safety culture, practices and programs. 
AES Quick Facts
 
 
 
  • In 20 countries across five continents
  • 37 GW of generating capacity
  • Eight utility companies
  • $16 billion in annual revenues
  • A global workforce of approximately 17,800 people