Emilio Soler was born in Barcelona, Spain, in 1976.
He received a degree in Civil Engineering from Madrid Polytechnic University, studies developed between 1994 and 2000 with excellent qualifications, currently categorized as Masters in accordance with the European Qualifications Framework.
He began the practice of his profession in the energy sector, within Unión Fenosa group, participating in important power projects, some of them in Mexico, such as the Combined Cycle Power Plant Tuxpan III and IV.
Since 2004 he has specialized in the hydraulic infrastructure sector, initially within the Hydraulics Division of the Isolux Corsan group, a company that achieved a high reputation in engineering and construction projects for water supply and sanitation.
In 2007, he started working within the infrastructure and citizen services FCC, particularly within the Water activity. Since then, he has been leading the development of Aqualia Infraestructuras and Aqualia in Mexico and actively contributing to the achievement of the first projects of the company in the country.
In recent years, his functions have extended to the territorial area of Latin America, currently serving as Regional Director of Latin America for Aqualia, as well as Manager of Aqualia México.
Day 1: Monday 24th April 2017
14:00 – 15:30 – Latin America – Catalyzing PPPs in Latin America