Karla Aguilar has more than 17 years of experience. She specialises in energy and infrastructure, agribusiness, aviation and maritime, and public law, public procurement and regulation. She has advised on international and domestic bidding processes and the project socialidation process for electric power plants, and secured development and operation permits for electric power projects. She has also drafted electric power supply contracts, environmental impact mitigation contracts and environmental impact studies.
She is a certified arbitrator and conciliator at the Conciliation and Arbitration Centre of the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Tegucigalpa and belongs to the National Energy Commission, and the Energy Committee of the Honduran Council of Private Enterprise (COHEP). Karla has led the legal committee for the largest and most important hydroelectric projects in Honduras.
She graduated in law and social sciences from the Universidad Autónoma de Honduras. Her other studies include completing a course on American law and international law for foreign lawyers in Texas, as well as the Programme on Renewable Energy for Sustainable Rural Development organised by INCAE.
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