Andreas Zahariadis

Director of Asset Management

“The U.S. solar industry is exciting, fast-paced, dynamic and is relatively small which yields intimate colleague working relationships. The end product of the industry’s work is one that benefits all of mankind. Utility renewable energy reduces carbon emissions and global warming!”

Andreas Zahariadis is a solar industry veteran with involvement in over 800 solar projects. His experience ranges from development to design to performance data analysis to asset management. His solar expertise is now helping Origis Services utility partners reach their asset management goals.

Mr. Zahariadis is responsible for the P & L of existing utility-scale solar PV/storage portfolios while scaling Origis Services’ asset management service platform to manage robust utility-scale pipeline growth.

Before joining Origis, Mr. Zahariadis was responsible for 1GW+ in solar assets, including distributed generation assets for WGL Energy and O&M and asset management services for Bay 4 Energy. He has also managed dozens of construction projects from concept through final acceptance, giving him a unique perspective on the entire solar and storage project life cycle.

Andreas Zahariadis holds an MBA in Finance from Jacksonville University, a BS from Embry-Riddle University, and is accredited by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). He is also a licensed contractor in the State of Florida and served in the U.S. Navy for ten years.