Reset employs and cooperates with a large group of experienced professionals of multiple disciplines thus creating a one stop-shop corporate advisory.
He has been member of the Specialized four-member Team, which curried out the study “Analysis and Evaluation of the Natural Gas project”, related to the final investment plan and decision for the Importation of Natural Gas in Greece.
He has handled the economics, finance and sources of funds for the construction of the main Natural Gas High Pressure Distribution System, the High Pressure Branches, the Above Ground Installations, the Medium Pressure Pipelines (grids), as well as the LNG Terminal in Revithoussa Island, in Greece.
He has also cooperated with different local and foreign financial institutions including among others, the “European Coal and Steel Community”, the “European Investment Bank”, and the “European Bank for Research and Development”. He had the supervision and monitoring of projects’ co-financed through the Community Financial Programs such as: the ‘National Strategic Reference Framework’, the ‘Operational Program for Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship’, the ‘European Region Development Fund’, the ‘Community Initiatives’, the ‘INTERREG Cross-Border Cooperation Program’ and ‘REGEN Program’.
Since 2008 – today he is also specializing in the development and marketing of applied technology products in the sectors of Energy (LNG,CNG and Photovoltaic projects), Energy Management (energy resource conservation, climate protection and cost savings) and Telemetry (Smart Meters, BEMS, Marine Telemetry) by utilizing strategic partnerships with companies using state-of-the-art technologies.
George has been awarded with a B.A. in Economics from Athens University of Economics and Business (former A.S.O.E.E.), a B.A. in Political Sciences from Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, a M.A. in Business Finance from Exeter University, England, and a M.Sc. in Energy Economics from Surrey University, England. He speaks and writes fluent English and French.