Encina, a company that produces circular chemicals from waste plastics, has appointed Aaron Domingo as the managing director of Asia to leads its Asian business.
“Aaron is a proven leader with a quarter-century career in the project finance and project development sectors,” said David Schwedel, Executive Director of Encina. “His global experience in power and renewable projects will be important to Encina as we expand our business and deliver highly-valued circular chemicals to the marketplace.”
“It’s an exciting time to join Encina,” said Aaron, “Circular economy benefits business, society, and the environment. I am confident that I will add value to Encina’s management team with my strong experience in renewable project development, financing, construction, operations, and international team management.”
Aaron began his career in project development and project financing at GE Capital in the United States. He later moved to Hong Kong to cover GE’s Asian power development markets. He subsequently initiated and built development businesses with various organizations in Asia, Europe, and the U.S. Throughout his 29-year career, Aaron developed and implemented over $5 billion worth of projects in the conventional power and renewable power sectors.
Aaron holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Syracuse University and an MBA from University of Chicago.