Mini Green Power has set up a committee of experts that actively participates in the company's strategy and monitoring its implementation. The committee examines commercial projects, research and development projects and, in general, the main orientations of the company.
With a background in industrial engineering, Philippe has over 19 years of experience in the industry. Passionate about technology, he worked for 13 years at FMC (Oil & Gas leader in its market) in production, project management and international purchasing.
He then joined the industrial equipment manufacturer CNIM, a strategic partner in the Defence and Nuclear sectors, bringing his managerial and structural experience.
Aware of climate and environmental issues, Philippe decided to give more meaning to his career by joining Mini Green Power for its human values and its commitment to the energy transition.
Jean Michel VASSILIOU
An engineer by training, Jean-Michel Vassiliou was a co-founder and member of the executive management of Interway. For 30 years, he managed the IT and operations Department.
Having found human and professional values that suit him, he joined Mini Green Power as a shareholder, and as Digital Director. He is part of the Directors’ Committee.
A specialist in management information systems, Michel Pascal co-founded and developed Interway for 30 years as General Manager in charge of HR, management and legal affairs. The company now has 700 employees.
Michel joined Mini Green Power, sharing its human and environmental values. He joined the Company as a shareholder, and as General Manager in charge of administration, HR, finance and legal.
Co-founder and President of Sowefund. Graduated in management and entrepreneurship at ESCP Europe (MS “Innovate and undertake”), Georges managed the Paris Business Angels network (largest network of BA in Europe) for 5 years and is now one of the experts in the management of these networks. He is also a start-up coach at ESCP Europe.
CEO and founder of Obiz (a mission-driven company and the first Good Tech listed on Euronext Growth). A graduate of EM Lyon Business School, he is also a French Foreign Trade Advisor and Co-Chairman of “Entrepreneurs for the Planet” for the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region.
Hubert Sabourin, in charge of Corporate Legal and grants, is a former Director in the BP group where he worked for 27 years (50% of which was spent in England, Italy, Holland, Spain and Portugal) in the fields of supply, refining and international trade.
Hubert then turned to renewable energies: he developed about 40 photovoltaic projects in the Var department for 3 years, before joining the Mini Green Power adventure.
Fluent in several languages, Hubert graduated from the École Supérieure de Physique et Chimie de Paris (ESPCI) in 1981 and holds a DEA in Structural and Macromolecular Physical Chemistry.
Jean Riondel, President, Technical Director, has been an expert in gas turbine and cogeneration plant start-ups for over 20 years (80% abroad). He has worked for major contractors such as Alstom, GE, Exxon Mobil, Total.
He specialized in the start-up and optimization of large power plants (250 to 900 MW).
Jean has worked on the most technologically advanced plants, leading teams of international experts. For 10 years he has worked on high-risk sites in countries at war (Iran, Nigeria, Angola, Ivory Coast, Mali, Israel).
Jean is graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers (ENSAM 1988).