Portrait of David Nerini, Amarenco Group Prescriber.
Hello David, first of all, could you describe your career?
I graduated from a BTS (vocational training certificate) in commercial actions at the ICD Blagnac business school (International Institute for Trade and Development) in 2000. In 2011, wishing to participate and contribute to the environmental challenges of tomorrow, I resumed my studies in a course ENR PV and energy performance of buildings and validated a BTS technico-commercial in ENR PV and eco-buildings (energy performance).
Then I worked for the Fonroche Group as a business engineer in autonomous solar lighting, and then for Cozynergy as a project manager in energy-efficient home renovation.
I joined the Amarenco adventure in 2016 for its autonomous solar lighting and energy management division.
Could you describe your position, your assignments at Amarenco?
Today, I work for Amarenco Construction as a Photovoltaic Prescriber, I intervene upstream of the trade.
One of my main missions is to make Amarenco and our solutions known to public institutions such as town halls, communities of communes and agglomerations, chambers of agriculture, SEMs, energy unions, DDTM, SDIS, DREAL, ARS… And to understand their solar policy on their territory so that our projects are in line with their expectations with the aim of having building permits accepted.
I work in close collaboration with the sales department by putting together solar projects for local authorities and by proposing partnerships with chambers of agriculture or electricity boards.
I also collaborate with the marketing department, the public affairs department and the B.U Sol.
Another of my missions is to meet with other non-institutional targets such as architectural firms, in order to establish partnerships for projects related to the industry so that solar energy can be retained as a solution for roof rentals or for shade projects.
Why did you choose to work at Amarenco?
I chose to work for Amarenco because it is one of the few companies in the solar sector that has been able to explore other alternatives related to photovoltaics such as energy management, autonomous solar lighting by storing energy…
In this sense Amarenco is for me a “creative” and “open” company that will keep this DNA in the solar sector, I think, but will also be able to explore other avenues in the green energy sector such as storage.
Little lighter touch: what are your passions in life?
I have 2 passions :
- Electronic music : I have been co-organizing electronic music events for 17 years in concert halls such as the Bikini in Toulouse and the Antirouille in Montpellier, with scenographies in videomapping.
- With my Polynesian origins I am forced to be addicted to board sports: Surfing, Skateboarding, Snowboarding…