Alberto Vega is dedicated to Environmental and Sustainable Development. His specialized training in management and financial analysis, and a solid education in environmental and natural sciences, provide him with the ideal tools to successfully manage complex environmental protection and conservation projects and programs.
He is a system ecologist with more than thirty-five years of significant experience in leading environmental and social assessments following the Equator Principles Framework and other International Best Practices such as IFC Performance Standards and IADB Safeguards for a variety of sectors including water resources, oil & gas, transportation infrastructure, and power including renewables(solar, wind, and hydropower).
His experience includes some of the most iconic projects in the Americas such as the Panama Canal Expansion and the propose Grand Interoceanic Canal through Nicaragua.
ERM will be sponsoring and speaking at the La Jolla Energy Conference between 28th-29th September, in California.
The Conference is an essential platform to foster an informed discourse of policy and investment discussions on the energy sector, focussing on Latin America and the Caribbean.