Suppliers

Doing business with AES

Thank you for your interest in doing business with AES or an AES business.

We are a global Fortune 200 power company that safely provides affordable, sustainable energy to 17 countries through our diverse portfolio of distribution and generation facilities.

Learn more about how you can support us in our mission of improving lives by providing safe, reliable and sustainable energy solutions in the markets we serve.

Prospective Suppliers

  • Register your services and browse sourcing opportunities at AES
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Current Suppliers

  • Browser sourcing opportunities at AES
  • Update supplier data
  • Submit responses to Requests For Proposals (RFPs)
  • Negotiate clauses of contracts with AES and sign contract electronically
  • Review supplier performance data
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  • Track the status of purchase orders, deliveries and associated documents
  • Search for the status of invoices and credit notes
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Our Sustainability Principles

Our supply chain professional drive sustainability and social responsibility across our excellence through the following guiding principles below.

Diversity and Inclusiveness: Engages different categories of suppliers.

Environment: Refers to supply management actions and decisions that promote protection and preservation of the health and vitality of the environment in which the organization operates including water, land natural resources, flora, fauna and the people who are directly or indirectly related to our businesses’ operations.

Ethics and Business Values: The standards of our Supply Chain Management group are founded on our ethics and compliance policies and procedures, as well as our Code of Conduct.

Health and Safety: Relates to the condition of being protected or free from the occurrence or risk of injury, danger, failure, error, accident, harm or loss and complying with our safety and health programs.

Human Rights: All supply chain procedures and actions will aim to facilitate our businesses’ compliance with local labor laws and create the mechanisms that will encourage the observance of human rights such as child labor restrictions or any other type of regulation.

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