Andrew M. D’Amico

Title: Senior Vice President

Company: KDC Solar LLC

Location: Tenafly, NJ

Tenafly, NJ, February 11, 2016, Andrew M. D’Amico, Senior Vice President of KDC Solar LLC, has been recognized by Elite American Executives, for dedication, achievement and leadership in renewable energy.

For the past 40 years, Andrew M. D’Amico has dedicated his career to exploring various energy solutions, and helping people effectively implement these solutions into their own lives. He became involved with the renewable energy industry through his experience in numerous fuel sources, including petroleum, nuclear energy, gas, biomass, wind power and solar energy. Mr. D’Amico’s talent for engineering, project construction and negotiation has allowed him to excel with KDC Solar LLC, a renewable energy business that specializes in power generation. As the senior vice president, he is primarily responsible for handling all construction needs for solar panels.

In addition to his professional history, Mr. D’Amico also holds an MBA in management from Manhattan College and a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Villanova University. He attributes a large portion of his success to his teamwork skills, as well as his drive to continue broadening his knowledge of the energy sector. Throughout the course of his career, Mr. D’Amico has worked for numerous well-known engineering and construction companies, including Ebasco Services Inc., Burns and Roe, Sanderson & Porter, CEA, and Thyssen Environmental Industries. He is also the founder and co-owner of Reunion Power.

Contact Andrew M. D’Amico

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