After beginning his career in project finance at BNP Paribas, David Corchia joined JP Morgan (Chase) in 1995 where he advised many international groups in the energy and public utilities sectors on their mergers and acquisitions and financing operations.
He moved to EDF Energies Nouvelles in 2004 as Chief Operating Officer, responsible for North America and external growth, before being named Chief Executive Officer in 2006. He joined the EREN Groupe when EDF Energies Nouvelles was bought out by EDF.
The Birth of The EREN Groupe :
New headquarters for EREN-Group
A word from our Founders :
Technological innovation to make natural resources savings
With the world’s population and consumption of raw materials per person continuing to increase, it is vital to ask questions about the balance between economic growth – key to improving people’s living conditions – and the pressure it puts on the availability and quality of natural resources.
It is in the relationship between the quality of resources used and the results – “efficiency” – that we find the central response to this major challenge: the cheapest energy is energy we do not use. And this frugal principle applies as much to energy as to water production or the use of construction materials.
Today, technological innovations allow us to tackle waste in a profitable way, i.e. to spend less than the saved resources cost. This is the deep conviction on which we founded EREN Groupe.
EREN Groupe’s goal is to make reliable and competitive technology accessible so that savings can be made on natural resources.
We hope to bring all of our major stakeholders on board with this goal (industrial and financial partners both in the public and private sector, current and future customers, institutions, staff members and managers, etc.) and get them all involved to meet this challenge that affects us all.