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The Power Systems Insights Director is a member of the strategic innovation team responsible for envisioning and catalyzing the future electrical grid while also delivering near-term value to AES’ renewable portfolio and developing new business models. These outcomes require a dynamic team that is highly adaptable to new information and challenges, embodying AES’ thought leadership through agility, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. Decarbonization requires bold action and compelling narratives mobilized equally by data and empathy.
Qualifications and Capabilities
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