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AES Reports Strong First Quarter Results

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ARLINGTON, Va.--June 21, 2007--The AES Corporation (NYSE:AES) today reported strong first quarter 2007 results. Revenues increased 11% to $3.1 billion compared to $2.8 billion for the first quarter of 2006, while net cash from operating activities increased 14% to $581 million compared to $509 million last year.

First quarter income from continuing operations was $119 million, or $0.18 earnings per diluted share. The quarterly results were in line with the Company's expectations excluding a non-cash charge of $35 million, or $0.05 impact on diluted earnings per share, due to an impairment of a minority investment, and a charge of $22 million, or $0.03 impact on diluted earnings per share, relating to a litigation reserve as a result of a court ruling at our subsidiary in Kazakhstan. Adjusted earnings per share (a non-GAAP financial measure) were $0.24 for the quarter and include the $0.03 charge at our subsidiary in Kazakhstan. These results compare to 2006 first quarter income from continuing operations of $330 million, or $0.49 earnings per diluted share, and adjusted earnings per share of $0.39. First quarter 2006 results included a one-time $87 million gain or $0.13 positive impact on diluted earnings per share associated with the sale of Kingston in Ontario and the sale of an additional $39 million or $0.05 positive impact on diluted earnings per share in excess emission sales.

As anticipated and previously disclosed, the Company recognized an impairment charge of approximately $638 million, or $0.94 impact on diluted earnings per share, in connection with the sale of its equity stake in its Venezuelan subsidiary C.A. La Electricidad de Caracas (EDC), now included in discontinued operations. Including these charges, the Company incurred a net loss of $455 million, or $0.67 diluted loss per share. This compares to net income of $348 million, or $0.52 earnings per diluted share in first quarter 2006.

During the quarter, AES continued to execute its growth plans. The Company signed a Memorandum of Understanding and subsequently entered into a partnership with GE Energy Financial Services to develop greenhouse gas emission reduction projects in the United States. The Company also acquired two new power plants with long-term power agreements in Tamuin, Mexico totaling 460 MW of capacity.

"The quarter reflected strong revenues, cash flow and underlying operating performance," said Paul Hanrahan, AES President and CEO. "We continued to implement our growth strategy focusing on meeting increasing demand for energy in fast-growing markets while expanding our presence in renewables and the growing market for emission offsets."

    First Quarter 2007 Consolidated Highlights

    --  Revenues increased by $304 million to $3.1 billion, reflecting
        higher prices and increased demand primarily in Latin America,
        the acquisition of two new facilities in Mexico and the
        consolidation of Itabo, one of the Company's businesses in the
        Dominican Republic, and favorable foreign currency
        translation.

    --  Gross margin decreased by $49 million to $868 million,
        primarily due to the benefit of higher emission sales of $39
        million recorded in first quarter 2006 and $32 million cost
        recoveries related to prior periods in the first quarter of
        2006 at Eletropaulo in Brazil. This was partially off-set by
        favorable foreign currency translation, contributions from the
        two new facilities in Mexico and the consolidation of Itabo,
        and improved operating performance at various subsidiaries.

    --  General and administrative expense increased $28 million to
        $85 million, largely from higher spending related to the
        strengthening of our financial organization, completion of our
        recent restatement and increased business development
        activities to support our growth initiatives.

    --  Interest expense increased by $4 million to $422 million,
        reflecting debt at recently acquired businesses, including the
        two new facilities in Mexico, interest on regulatory
        liabilities in Brazil and losses on interest rate derivatives.
        These increases were partially offset by debt retirements and
        lower interest rates at our Brazil subsidiaries.

    --  Other expense decreased $37 million to $41 million, largely
        due to costs associated with debt retirements at the parent
        company and at our businesses in El Salvador during the first
        quarter of 2006, partially offset by a $22 million charge in
        first quarter of 2007 related to a court ruling at our
        subsidiary in Kazakhstan.

    --  Gain on sale of investment decreased by $86 million due to the
        sale of AES Kingston, a 110 MW power plant in Ontario, Canada
        that resulted in a gain of $87 million in the first quarter of
        2006.

    --  Other non-operating expense increased by $39 million to $39
        million, largely due to a $35 million impairment in the
        Company's minority investment in AgCert International. An
        impairment was determined to exist due to the application of
        accounting rules relating to an "other than temporary" decline
        in AgCert's stock price performance during the first quarter
        of 2007.

    --  The effective tax rate during the quarter was 41% as compared
        to 31% in 2006. This increase was primarily due to a change in
        tax law in China, unfavorable tax impacts of the charges
        associated with the impairment of our investment in AgCert and
        with the court ruling in Kazakhstan, and a favorable impact in
        the first quarter of 2006 associated with the non-taxable sale
        of Kingston, offset by a tax benefit recorded upon the release
        of a valuation allowance at one of our subsidiaries in
        Argentina.

    --  Income from continuing operations for the first quarter of
        2007 was $119 million, or $0.18 diluted earnings per share,
        versus $330 million, or $0.49 diluted earnings per share for
        the first quarter of 2006. Adjusted earnings per share for the
        first quarter of 2007 were $0.24 compared to $0.39 in first
        quarter 2006.

    --  During the quarter, free cash flow (a non-GAAP financial
        measure) increased by $68 million to $377 million, primarily
        due to decreases in net working capital, lower cash tax
        payments and contributions from the two new facilities in
        Mexico and the consolidation of Itabo.

    First Quarter 2007 Segment Highlights

    --  Latin America Generation revenue increased by $139 million to
        $738 million, primarily due to higher contract and spot prices
        at Gener in Chile, the consolidation of Itabo in the Dominican
        Republic, and increased energy prices in Argentina. Gross
        margin decreased by $9 million to $250 million, primarily due
        to increased purchased electricity and fuel costs at
        Uruguaiana in Brazil and Gener in Chile and higher fixed costs
        at Gener, partially offset by the consolidation of Itabo and
        variable margin on the increased revenues in Argentina.

    --  Latin America Utility revenue increased by $73 million to $1.2
        billion, primarily due to the positive impact of foreign
        currency translation in Brazil and higher tariff rates at
        Eletropaulo and Sul in Brazil and CAESS-EEO in El Salvador.
        Gross margin decreased by $19 million to $210 million,
        primarily due to prior period costs recovered through the
        tariff in first quarter 2006 at Eletropaulo in Brazil,
        partially offset by favorable foreign currency translation and
        the favorable tariff rates at Sul and CAESS-EEO.

    --  North America Generation revenue increased by $17 million to
        $510 million, primarily due to the acquisition of the two new
        facilities in Mexico, higher spot prices at Eastern Energy in
        New York and planned outages at Warrior Run in Maryland and
        AES Hawaii in first quarter 2006. These gains were mostly
        offset by lower emission sales in New York and outages at
        Merida in Mexico and at Deepwater in Texas. Gross margin
        decreased by $20 million to $154 million, primarily due to
        lower emission sales at Eastern Energy in New York.

    --  North America Utility revenue increased by $8 million to $263
        million, primarily due to higher volumes at IPL in Indiana.
        Gross margin increased by $17 million to $81 million primarily
        due to higher volume and lower maintenance costs associated
        with generation unit overhauls in first quarter of 2006 at
        IPL.

    --  Europe & Africa Generation revenue increased by $44 million to
        $252 million, primarily due to higher volume and prices in
        Kazakhstan, favorable foreign currency translation and higher
        volume and prices in Hungary. Gross margin increased by $10
        million to $90 million, primarily due to higher revenues in
        Kazakhstan and favorable foreign currency translation,
        partially offset by lower emission sales at Bohemia in Czech
        Republic.

    --  Europe & Africa Utility revenue increased by $14 million to
        $166 million, primarily due to higher tariff rates in Ukraine
        and foreign currency translation gains. Gross margin decreased
        by $19 million to $17 million due to reduced rainfall in
        Cameroon which led to increased fuel costs and an unfavorable
        derivative mark-to-market variance at AES SONEL in Cameroon.
        Additionally, AES SONEL experienced higher fixed costs related
        to increased staffing and higher depreciation.

    --  Asia Generation revenue increased by $18 million to $212
        million, primarily due to higher volume in Pakistan and an
        outage at Ras Laffan in Qatar in 2006, partially offset by
        lower volumes in Sri Lanka. Gross margin decreased by $5
        million to $58 million, primarily due to lower volumes in Sri
        Lanka and higher planned maintenance costs at Barka in Oman.

    Non-GAAP Financial Measures

See Non-GAAP Financial Measures for definitions of adjusted earnings per share and free cash flow and reconciliations to the most comparable GAAP financial measure.

Attachments

Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations, Segment Information, Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets, Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows, Non-GAAP Financial Measures, Parent Financial Information.

Conference Call Information

AES will host a conference call on Thursday, June 21, 2007 at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). The call may be accessed via a live webcast which will be available at www.aes.com by selecting "Investor Information" and then "Quarterly Financial Results" or by telephone in listen-only mode at (888)-802-7346. International callers should dial (973)-582-2785. Please call at least ten minutes before the scheduled start time. You will be requested to provide your name and affiliation. The AES Financial Review presentation will be available prior to the call at www.aes.com by selecting "Investor Information" and then "Quarterly Financial Results."

A telephonic replay will be available at approximately 12:00 p.m. EDT by dialing (877)-519-4471 or (973)-341-3080 for international callers. The system will ask for a reservation number; please enter 8931602 followed by the pound key (#). The telephonic replay will be available until July 11, 2007. A webcast replay, as well as a replay in downloadable .mp3 format, will be accessible at www.aes.com beginning shortly after the completion of the call.

About AES

AES is one of the world's largest global power companies, with 2006 revenues of $12.3 billion. With operations in 28 countries on five continents, AES's generation and distribution facilities have the capacity to serve 100 million people worldwide. Our 13 utilities amass annual sales of over 73,000 GWh and our 121 generation facilities have the capacity to generate approximately 40,000 megawatts. Our global workforce of 32,000 people is committed to operational excellence and meeting the world's growing power needs. To learn more about AES, please visit www.aes.com or contact AES media relations at media@aes.com.

Safe Harbor Disclosure

This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Securities Act of 1933 and of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Such forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, those related to future earnings, growth and financial and operating performance. Forward-looking statements are not intended to be a guarantee of future results, but instead constitute AES's current expectations based on reasonable assumptions. Forecasted financial information is based on certain material assumptions. These assumptions include, but are not limited to, continued normal levels of operating performance and electricity volume at our distribution companies and operational performance at our generation businesses consistent with historical levels, as well as achievements of planned productivity improvements and incremental growth investments at normalized investment levels and rates of return consistent with prior experience.

Actual results could differ materially from those projected in our forward-looking statements due to risks, uncertainties and other factors. Important factors that could affect actual results are discussed in AES's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including, but not limited to, the risks discussed under Item 1A "Risk Factors" in AES's 2006 Annual Report on Form 10-K. Readers are encouraged to read AES's filings to learn more about the risk factors associated with AES's business. AES undertakes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

                         THE AES CORPORATION
     CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS (unaudited)

                                                Three Months Ended
                                                    March 31,
($ in millions, except per share amounts)     2007     2006 (Restated)
                                            --------------------------


Revenues                                       $3,121          $2,817
Cost of sales                                  (2,253)         (1,900)
                                            ---------- ---------------
  GROSS MARGIN                                    868             917

General and administrative expenses               (85)            (57)
Interest expense                                 (422)           (418)
Interest income                                   100             114
Other expense                                     (41)            (78)
Other income                                       39              19
Gain on sale of investments                         1              87
Foreign currency transaction losses on net
 monetary position                                  -             (23)
Equity in earnings of affiliates                   20              36
Other non-operating expense                       (39)              -
                                            ---------- ---------------

  INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES AND MINORITY
   INTEREST                                       441             597

Income tax expense                               (181)           (186)
Minority interest expense                        (141)            (81)
                                            ---------- ---------------

  INCOME FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS               119             330

Income from operations of discontinued
 businesses, net of tax                            62              18
Loss from disposal of discontinued
 businesses, net of tax                          (636)              -
                                            ---------- ---------------

  NET (LOSS) INCOME                             $(455)           $348
                                            ========== ===============


DILUTED (LOSS) EARNINGS PER SHARE
Income from continuing operations               $0.18           $0.49
Discontinued operations                         (0.85)           0.03
                                            ---------- ---------------

DILUTED (LOSS) EARNINGS PER SHARE              $(0.67)          $0.52
                                            ========== ===============

Diluted weighted average shares outstanding
 (in millions)                                    677             688
                                            ========== ===============
                         THE AES CORPORATION
                   SEGMENT INFORMATION (unaudited)

                                                Three Months Ended
                                                     March 31,
($ in millions)                                2007    2006 (Restated)
                                             -------------------------

REVENUES
  Latin America Generation                       $738            $599
  Latin America Utilities                       1,177           1,104
  North America Generation                        510             493
  North America Utilities                         263             255
  Europe & Africa Generation                      252             208
  Europe & Africa Utilities                       166             152
  Asia Generation                                 212             194
  Corp/Other & eliminations                      (197)           (188)
                                             --------- ---------------

    Total revenues                             $3,121          $2,817

GROSS MARGIN
  Latin America Generation                       $250            $259
  Latin America Utilities                         210             229
  North America Generation                        154             174
  North America Utilities                          81              64
  Europe & Africa Generation                       90              80
  Europe & Africa Utilities                        17              36
  Asia Generation                                  58              63
  Corp/Other & eliminations                         8              12
                                             --------- ---------------

    Total gross margin                           $868            $917

INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES AND MINORITY
 INTEREST
  Latin America Generation                       $215            $238
  Latin America Utilities                         167             126
  North America Generation                         86             209
  North America Utilities                          50              34
  Europe & Africa Generation                       73              87
  Europe & Africa Utilities                        12              33
  Asia Generation                                  41              44
  Corp/Other & eliminations                      (203)           (174)
                                             --------- ---------------

    Total income before income taxes and
     minority interest                           $441            $597
                         THE AES CORPORATION
          CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (unaudited)

                                                March 31, December 31,
($ in millions, except shares and par value)      2007       2006
                                                ----------------------

ASSETS
  CURRENT ASSETS
  Cash and cash equivalents                       $1,448       $1,379
  Restricted cash                                    496          548
  Short term investments                             854          640
  Accounts receivable, net of reserves of $239
   and $233, respectively                          1,860        1,769
  Inventory                                          496          471
  Receivable from affiliates                          82           76
  Deferred income taxes - current                    228          208
  Prepaid expenses                                   149          109
  Other current assets                               877          927
  Current assets of held for sale and
   discontinued businesses                           344          438
                                                ----------------------
    Total current assets                           6,834        6,565

  PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
  Land                                               952          928
  Electric generation and distribution assets     22,822       21,835
  Accumulated depreciation                        (6,815)      (6,545)
  Construction in progress                         1,256        1,008
                                                ----------------------
    Property, plant and equipment, net            18,215       17,226

  OTHER ASSETS
  Deferred financing costs, net of accumulated
   amortization of $193 and $188, respectively       271          279
  Investment in and advances to affiliates           608          595
  Debt service reserves and other deposits           520          524
  Goodwill, net                                    1,429        1,416
  Other intangible assets, net of accumulated
   amortization of $185 and $172, respectively       320          298
  Deferred income taxes - noncurrent                 654          602
  Other assets                                     1,635        1,606
  Noncurrent assets of held for sale and
   discontinued businesses                         1,469        2,052
                                                ----------------------
    Total other assets                             6,906        7,372
                                                ----------------------

     TOTAL ASSETS                                $31,955      $31,163
                                                ======================

LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY
  CURRENT LIABILITIES
  Accounts payable                                  $897         $795
  Accrued interest                                   422          404
  Accrued and other liabilities                    2,137        2,131
  Non-recourse debt - current portion              1,310        1,411
  Current liabilities of held for sale and
   discontinued businesses                           256          278
                                                ----------------------
    Total current liabilities                      5,022        5,019

  LONG-TERM LIABILITIES
  Non-recourse debt                               10,722        9,834
  Recourse debt                                    4,939        4,790
  Deferred income taxes - noncurrent               1,095          800
  Pension liabilities and other post-retirement
   liabilities                                       864          844
  Other long-term liabilities                      3,067        3,312
  Long-term liabilities of held for sale and
   discontinued businesses                           431          428
                                                ----------------------
    Total long-term liabilities                   21,118       20,008

  Minority Interest (including discontinued
   businesses of $148 and $175, respectively)      3,270        3,100

  STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY
  Common stock ($.01 par value, 1,200,000,000
   shares authorized; 667,010,861 and
   665,126,309 shares issued and outstanding,
   respectively)                                       7            7
  Additional paid-in capital                       6,688        6,654
  Accumulated deficit                             (1,533)      (1,025)
  Accumulated other comprehensive loss            (2,617)      (2,600)
                                                ----------------------
    Total stockholders' equity                     2,545        3,036
                                                ----------------------

     TOTAL LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY  $31,955      $31,163
                                                ======================
THE AES CORPORATION

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS (unaudited)

                                          Three Months Ended March 31,
($ in millions)                              2007      2006 (Restated)
                                          ------------ ---------------

OPERATING ACTIVITIES
    Net cash provided by operating
     activities                                  $581            $509

INVESTING ACTIVITIES
  Capital expenditures                           (476)           (242)
  Acquisitions, net of cash acquired             (174)              -
  Proceeds from the sales of businesses             -             110
  Proceeds from the sales of assets                 2               4
  Sale of short-term investments                  326             276
  Purchase of short-term investments             (470)           (448)
  Increase in restricted cash                     (14)            (53)
  Purchase of emission allowances                  (1)            (12)
  Proceeds from the sales of emission
   allowances                                       9              45
  Decrease in debt service reserves and
   other assets                                   117              10
  Purchase of long-term available-for-
   sale securities                                 (8)              -
  Other investing                                  12              11
                                          ------------ ---------------
    Net cash used in investing activities        (677)           (299)

FINANCING ACTIVITIES
  Borrowings (repayments) under the
   revolving credit facilities, net               186              11
  Issuance of non-recourse debt                   370             329
  Repayments of recourse debt                       -            (150)
  Repayments of non-recourse debt                (370)           (548)
  Payments for deferred financing costs            (4)            (16)
  Distributions to minority interests             (54)            (16)
  Contributions from minority interests             9               -
  Issuance of common stock                         14               8
  Financed capital expenditures                    (4)              -
  Other financing                                   1               -
                                          ------------ ---------------
    Net cash provided by (used in)
     financing activities                         148            (382)
    Effect of exchange rate changes on
     cash                                          17              36
                                          ------------ ---------------

  Total increase (decrease) in cash and
   cash equivalents                                69            (136)
  Cash and cash equivalents, beginning          1,379           1,176
                                          ------------ ---------------

  Cash and cash equivalents, ending            $1,448          $1,040
                                          ============ ===============
                         THE AES CORPORATION
                    NON-GAAP MEASURES (unaudited)

                                               Three Months Ended
                                                    March 31,
($ in millions, except per share amounts)     2007     2006 (Restated)
                                           ---------------------------



Diluted EPS From Continuing Operations          $0.18           $0.49

  FAS 133 Mark to Market (Gains)/Losses          0.01           (0.01)
  Currency Transaction (Gains)/Losses               -               -
  Net Asset (Gains)/Losses and Impairments       0.05           (0.13)
  Debt Retirement (Gains)/Losses                    -            0.04
                                           ----------- ---------------

Adjusted Earnings Per Share (1)                 $0.24           $0.39
                                           =========== ===============

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Capital Expenditures

  Maintenance Capital Expenditures               $204            $200
  Growth Capital Expenditures                     276              42
                                           ----------- ---------------

Total Capital Expenditures                       $480            $242
                                           =========== ===============

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Reconciliation of Free Cash Flow

  Net Cash from Operating Activities             $581            $509
  Less: Maintenance Capital Expenditures          204             200
                                           ----------- ---------------

Free Cash Flow (2)                               $377            $309
                                           =========== ===============


(1) Adjusted earnings per share (a non-GAAP financial measure) is
 defined as diluted earnings per share from continuing operations
 excluding gains or losses associated with (a) mark-to-market amounts
 related to FAS 133 derivative transactions, (b) foreign currency
 transaction impacts on the net monetary position related to Brazil,
 Venezuela, and Argentina, (c) significant asset gains or losses due
 to disposition transactions and impairments, and (d) costs related to
 the early retirement of recourse debt. AES believes that adjusted
 earnings per share better reflects the underlying business
 performance of the Company, and is considered in the Company's
 internal evaluation of financial performance. Factors in this
 determination include the variability associated with mark-to-market
 gains or losses related to certain derivative transactions, currency
 transaction gains or losses, periodic strategic decisions to dispose
 of certain assets which may influence results in a given period, and
 the early retirement of corporate debt.

(2) Free cash flow (a non-GAAP financial measure) is defined as net
 cash from operating activities less maintenance capital expenditures.
 AES believes that free cash flow is a useful measure for evaluating
 our financial condition because it represents the amount of cash
 provided by operations less maintenance capital expenditures as
 defined by our businesses, that may be available for investing or for
 repaying debt.
                         THE AES CORPORATION
                     PARENT FINANCIAL INFORMATION
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Parent only data: last four quarters
($ in millions)
                                       4 Quarters Ended


Total subsidiary         March 31, December 31, September 30, June 30,
 distributions & returns   2007        2006         2006        2006
 of capital to Parent     Actual      Actual       Actual      Actual
------------------------ ---------------------------------------------
Subsidiary distributions
 (1) to Parent               $976         $971        $1,014     $937

Returns of capital
 distributions to Parent       87           72            68       34

                         --------- ------------ ------------- --------
Total subsidiary
 distributions & returns
 of capital to parent      $1,063       $1,043        $1,082     $971
                         ========= ============ ============= ========


Parent only data: quarterly
($ in millions)
                                         Quarter Ended


Total subsidiary         March 31, December 31, September 30, June 30,
 distributions & returns   2007        2006         2006        2006
 of capital to Parent     Actual      Actual       Actual      Actual
------------------------ ---------------------------------------------
Subsidiary distributions
 to Parent                   $137         $311          $352     $177

Returns of capital
 distributions to Parent       15            9            34       29

                         --------- ------------ ------------- --------
Total subsidiary
 distributions & returns
 of capital to Parent        $152         $320          $386     $206
                         ========= ============ ============= ========


Liquidity (3)                             Balance at
------------------------
($ in millions)          March 31, December 31, September 30, June 30,
                           2007       2006          2006       2006
                          Actual      Actual       Actual      Actual
                         ---------------------------------------------
Cash at Parent                $54         $237          $172      $71
Availability under
 revolver                     804          889           764      567
Cash at QHCs (2)               20           20            37        7
                         --------- ------------ ------------- --------
 Ending liquidity            $878       $1,146          $973     $645
                         ========= ============ ============= ========


(1) Subsidiary Distributions (a non-GAAP financial measure) is defined
 as cash distributions (primarily dividends and interest income) from
 subsidiary companies to the parent company and qualified holding
 companies. These cash flows are the source of cash flow to the
 parent.

(2) The cash held at qualifying holding companies (QHCs) (a non-GAAP
 financial measure) represents cash sent to subsidiaries of the
 company domiciled outside of the US. Such subsidiaries had no
 contractual restrictions on their ability to send cash to AES, the
 Parent Company (Parent). Cash at those subsidiaries was used for
 investment and related activities outside of the US. These
 investments included equity investments and loans to other foreign
 subsidiaries as well as development and general costs and expenses
 incurred outside the US. Since the cash held by these QHCs is
 available to the Parent, AES uses the combined measure of subsidiary
 distributions to Parent and QHCs as a useful measure of cash
 available to the Parent to meet its international liquidity needs.

(3) AES believes that unconsolidated parent company liquidity (a non-
 GAAP financial measure) is important to the liquidity position of AES
 as a parent company because of the non-recourse nature of most of
 AES's indebtedness.

CONTACT: AES Corporation
Media Contact:
Robin Pence, 703-682-6552
or
Investor Contact:
Ahmed Pasha, 703-682-6451

SOURCE: AES Corporation

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