En résumé

Business Developer - North Africa at Enel Green Power (EGP).

As an Enel group company, EGP is a major global operator in the field of renewable energy (wind, solar, hydro, biomass, geothermal) with an installed capacity of 7,609 MW, produced by more than 690 plants in 16 countries.

EGP is the 2nd largest renewable energy producer in Europe (22,5 TWh in 2011)


  • ENEL GREEN POWER FRANCE - Business Developer - North Africa

    LYON 2014 - maintenant
  • Enel Green Power - M&A Analyst - Business Development

    LYON 2011 - 2014 - Financial analysis of wind, solar and biomass plants:
    ---Valuation of projects in development, plants in operation, and acquisition opportunities from third parties for investment decision makers (IRR calculation, sensitivities test)
    ---Analysis of innovative business models for PV plants out of FIT scheme: PPA, market+premium, plants repowering
    ---Cashflows continuous optimization (EOH, Capex/Opex) with E&C and O&M departments

    - Due-diligence process management: assessment of financial, operational and legal risks
    - Contracts negotiation: Share Purchase Agreements, Joint Development Agreements
    - Business intelligence: competitive and regulatory frameworks monitoring
  • Enel Green Power - Wind & Solar Project Developer - Business Development

    LYON 2010 - 2011 - Responsible for a Portfolio of 10 Wind and Solar projects in the development phase

    - Management of technical resources to optimize the plants’ conception:
    --- Wind/solar resource: selection of the best sites through GIS analysis
    --- Electrical production: analysis of different layout & WTG scenarios to maximize the plants yield
    --- O&M: design optimization to minimize costs of on-site interventions
    --- Environment: definition of compensatory measures dedicated to each local case
  • Sun'R - Solar BIPV Project Manager

    2009 - 2010 - Responsible for a portfolio of 15 roof solar projects (totalizing 2,5 MWp)

    - Business planning:
    ---Responsibility for the input hypothesis of each BP (revenues, capex & opex)
    ---Calculation of IRR presented for investment decision from Sun’R CEO and CFO

    - Project management of all development phases
    ---Permitting: building permits approval in a context of high opposition
    ---Technical conception: maximization of electrical production through design optimization (modules layouts and inverters positioning)
    ---Procurement: selection of PV modules & BOP suppliers with Procurement department
    ---Construction: tandem with the works superintendent for local supervision
  • General Electric - Intern

    Paris 2007 - 2007 Research into on-site electrical tests on CCGT plants (Jordania, Saudi Arabia, Morocco)
    - Analysis of CCGT commissioning testing state-of-the-art at GE through documentation and internal interviews
    - Compilation of mandatory tests published by IEC
    - Writing of an electrical testing memo for the use of GE commissioning engineers


  • Imperial College Of Science And Technology CEP (London)

    London 2007 - 2008 Master's Degree - Environmental Technology

    The Energy Policy specialist option aims to produce graduates capable of combining the technical, environmental, economic, legal and policy aspects of energy use and supply in tackling energy-related problems.
  • Supélec (École Supérieure D'Électricité)

    Gif-Sur-Yvette, France 2005 - 2008 Engineer's Degree, Generalist

    Supélec has a very special position among the leading engineering institutes. It is the reference in its field - electric energy and information sciences internationally.

    Supelec is on a par with the best departments of electrical and computer engineering of the top American or European universities