Nathanaël Esposito

RWE Renewables

President, Solar & Storage North America; Global Head of Engineering Solar & Storage

Nathanaël Esposito, President, Solar & Energy Storage, RWE Renewables Americas, is responsible for the division’s project development, execution, and operations activities in North America. He is also in charge of RWE’s global Solar & Storage Engineering functions. He has over 15 years of experience in general management, transactions, and management consulting with a strong focus on renewables. He began his career at The Boston Consulting Group advising major corporations across Europe. He then joined the leading independent utility in France (now Total Direct Energie), where he successively held the positions of Deputy Director of Corporate Development and Head of Solar Business. In 2010, he joined E.ON Climate & Renewables (now RWE Renewables) to launch their solar business in the United States. In his tenure at E.ON, he has held a variety of management roles, including leading successively North American M&A and Commercial Origination & PPA groups, where he oversaw all commercial contracts, hedging, and commercialization efforts for wind, solar, and energy storage. Mr. Esposito holds a Master of Science in management from HEC Paris, a Master in International Management from the pan-European CEMS program, and the Certificate of Business Excellence from the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley.

Sessions With Nathanaël Esposito

Thursday, 4 March

  • 12:00pm - 12:30pm (CST) / 04/mar/2021 06:00 pm - 04/mar/2021 06:30 pm

    Agora Studio

    Agora Studio: Next-generation Solar

    Panel Power & Renewables Clean Tech Energy Transition/Climate & Sustainability
    Global solar (photovoltaic) installations continue to grow at a record pace, driven by new levels of manufacturing scale and technological innovation. The solar supply chain continues to invest in hardware and software to allow their products to remain cutting edge and to unlock the true value of solar. What new technological innovation is currently available to help reduce solar costs and improve energy yield? Which solar markets are most open to adopting next-generation technology? How is innovation allowing solar to compete more effectively with other forms of energy generation?