EnfraGen, LLC, a developer, owner, and operator of grid stability and renewable power assets in Latin America, has announced the promotion of Marco Fuentes to President. Fuentes will work alongside the leadership team to oversee the execution of the company’s strategy, support the growth of the business, and drive continued operational excellence.

“Marco has been an instrumental member of EnfraGen’s leadership team, driving operational excellence and supporting growth for the company across Latin America,” said Brendan Duval, Founder and CEO of EnfraGen. “In his new role, we are confident Marco will further bolster the firm’s strong reputation as a leader in the renewable infrastructure space and help accelerate the energy transition in the region.”

Fuentes has served as Chief Operating Officer for EnfraGen since November 2021, where he was responsible for executing asset enhancement, team integration, and operational improvement initiatives across the business' 51 asset fleet. Fuentes will report directly to Duval.

“I am thrilled to step into the role of President at EnfraGen," said Fuentes. "As we continue to see positive momentum across EnfraGen’s diversified renewable and grid stability portfolio, I look forward to further enhancing our industry-leading operational structure, driving strong growth and business results as we support the transition to low-carbon and resilient electric grids.”

Bryan Murphy, who has served as President of EnfraGen since 2020, will step down but continue to play a key role in EnfraGen. Murphy will remain EnfraGen’s General Counsel, serve as a member of the EnfraGen Board of Directors, and Glenfarne’s lead Director in the EnfraGen business. In a press release, Murphy was recently announced as President of Glenfarne Group, LLC.

EnfraGen’s operational and in-construction assets now total over 2.1 GW of capacity across Chile, Panama, Colombia, and Costa Rica, with corporate offices located in Houston and New York in the US. EnfraGen recently completed the acquisition of six assets in Panama and Costa Rica, with a combined capacity of 188MW of renewable energy.

EnfraGen is owned by global private markets firm Partners Group, on behalf of its clients, and Glenfarne Energy Transition, LLC.