Tarik HAMANE is the Executive Director Head of Development at Masen. He is in charge of developing Masens projects and activities in Morocco and abroad (mainly in Africa) starting from the establishment of the strategy and the sourcing of renewable projects opportunities to the launch of constructions, through all the development process (implementation of the strategy and master plans, sites identification and qualification, feasibility studies, establishing partnerships, bidding processes, detailed technical studies, funds securing, selection of contractors, financial closing
Tarik HAMANE has joined Masen in June 2017, as Masens President Advisor responsible for the development and deployment of projects relating to the extended missions of Masen (Wind, Hydro, Waste to Energy, Desalination, Hydrogen ...), including the transfer of renewable projects and assets (42 Hydro, Wind and Solar power plants and projects with a total capacity of more than 3500 MW and almost 400 employees) from ONEE Office National of Electricity and Potable Water (the Moroccan Electricity and Drinking Water Utility) to Masen.
Before joining Masen, Tarik HAMANE was the Executive Director of Power Generation Projects and Programs at ONEE.
Tarik HAMANE has more than 16 years of managerial experience in leading the development of large scale infrastructure and power generation projects, including IPPs, PPP and EPC projects, for different technologies (Renewables Wind, Solar and Hydro and Thermal Power Plants Clean Coal and Gas) in Morocco and Africa. Tarik has also been in charge of developing and securing the ancillary power infrastructure (Port and Storage) as well as land acquisition.
Tarik has been directly managing key projects which include landmark ventures that served as a guiding platform for a wider implementation of energy projects in Morocco: The 2*800MW Noor Midelt Solar Power Plant, the 850MW Integrated Wind Project, the Repowering of ONEEs Hydro plants, the 1400MW Safi Clean Coal Fired Power Plant, the 301MW Tarfaya wind farm, the 150MW Taza wind farm, the Morocco Gas to Power Project, the 700MW Jorf Lasfar Clean Coal Fired Power Plant (Units 5&6), the extension of the Jorf Lasfar Port and the development of Safi Port
Before, Tarik HAMANE was Head of ONEE Gas Turbine Division. He was in charge of the operation and maintenance of ONEEs Gas Turbine fleet (1320 MW). He has established Moroccos first Long Term O&M Contracts with GE for Mohammedia and Kenitra plants (6x100MW) and managed the Retrofitting of ONEEs Gas Turbine fleet (700 MW).
Before joining ONEE, Tarik was head of the Electricity, Water and Waste Water Dispatching Integrated System at LYDEC Casablanca (ENGIE Group). Before that, he served as an R&D Engineer at CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) and at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Geneva.
Tarik HAMANE is an engineer (Masters degree/engineer diploma) in Electrical Engineering and Automation from Ecole Centrale-Supelec Paris, France. He has also an MBA degree from Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées Paris, France and a Specialized Masters degree in Industrial IT Systems from Ecole Centrale and INSA Lyon, France.
Tarik HAMANE is a father of three daughters.