A HUMAN-SIZE COMPANY,
A HUMAN PROJECT
More than an environmental project, Mini Green Power is above all a great human adventure. A collective project that brings together a committed team of men and women, all involved in the energy transition. The skills and qualities of our multidisciplinary and intergenerational team that make up the energy and strength of Mini Green Power.
Their common point? A strong internal call to respond to the urgency of the environmental challenge that threatens the Earth and its people, a human inner drive, a desire to transmit and a daily dedication to their work. Together, they build a real project, based on bonds of trust, in the service of people and our planet.
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discover here their path and
the reasons for their commitment
Mechanical Technician, Workshop Manager
Brahim worked for 13 years as a mechanic for a large Toulouse company that builds tunnels. He joined Mini Green Power in July 2016.
“I am very happy to have joined Mini Green Power, I found in this company a very good state of mind and I thrive in my job.”
Rebecca has worked in the field of administrative and accounting in several companies including overseas. She joined Mini Green Power in October 2015.
“In addition to the values that Mini Green Power defends and gives meaning to our work, Mini Green Power has allowed me to reconcile my professional life, my studies and my family life.” It’s a very stimulating environment that makes you want to exceed.”
Pierre Du Baret
Pierre Du Baret, Deputy General Manager, and Commercial Director, worked for 20 years in heavy industry, including ten years at Renault Industrial Vehicles (RVI), where he was Sales Manager for Sub-Saharan Africa and then Administrative and Financial Director of a commercial subsidiary in Finland.
Pierre also worked for ten years at Affimet (formerly Pechiney-Alcan subsidiary) in aluminum recycling where he was Commercial Director then Deputy Director of this activity. He then spent 7 years at Enertime (ORC turbine manufacturer) as Sales Manager where he notably deployed sales in France, Europe and Asia. Pierre graduated from HEC Paris and holds a DUT in mechanical engineering. He is passionate about customer conquest, innovation and international.
Gilles worked in the construction, installation and commissioning of the water treatment operation. He has also worked in the sale of faucets, industrial instrumentation. He arrived at Mini Green Power in November 2015.
Alexandre has a general engineer training in Energy and Environment, specializing in the development of LabVIEW. he has worked on projects for large companies in the energy sector. He joined Mini Green Power in August 2016.
Floriane obtained a double degree in general engineering – renewable energy production.
She worked as a project manager and sizing / design of ORC machine.
She joined the Mini Green Power adventure in May 2018.
“Working at Mini Green Power is for me the continuity of my professional career. The field of renewable energy has been since my studies something that is close to my heart and which corresponds to my values.
The human side of this project touches me a lot and makes me want to be fully involved in my work. “
General Manager, Chief Technology Officer
Jean Riondel, General Manager, Chief Technology Officer, has been a freelance expert in gas turbine and cogeneration plants startup and commissioning for more than 20 years (80% abroad). He worked for major companies such as Alstom, GE, Exxon Mobil, Total.
He specialized in the startup and optimization of large power plants (250 to 900 MW).
Jean worked on the most advanced power stations in terms of technology, leading teams of international experts. For 10 years, he worked on risky building sites in countries at war (Iran, Nigeria, Angola, Ivory Coast, Mali, Israel).
Jean graduated from the National School of Arts and Crafts (ENSAM 1988).
Representative of the General Manager
Hubert Sabourin, representative of the General Manager, in charge of general administration and finances, is a former Director in the BP group where he worked 27 years (50% of his time in England, Italy, Holland, Spain and Portugal) in the fields of supply, refining and international trade.
Hubert then began a professional shift towards renewable energies: he developed forty photovoltaic projects in the Var for 3 years, before joining the Mini Green Power adventure.
Fluent in several languages, Hubert graduated from the Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie de Paris (ESPCI) in 1981 and holds a DEA in structural and macromolecular physical-chemistry.