Antonio Corradini, PE

CEO and Principal Engineer


Mr. Corradini began his AESC tenure in 2008 as a Senior Engineer, subsequently holding a series of progressively responsible positions, including Engineering Manager for the San Francisco Bay Area office, then Engineering Director based in Southern California and most recently as Vice President of Operations. This experience gives him a unique understanding of the organization and its customers.

Today Mr. Corradini works closely with our Program Managers in their daily delivery of program support to some of the largest utilities in the nation, while sharing his experience and subject matter expertise with our engineering team as they deliver highly technical solutions to our clients in a variety of areas, including energy efficiency, demand response, self-generation, regulatory compliance and retro-commissioning.

Mr. Corradini personally manages the emerging technology programs wherein he supports the utilities in understanding the effectiveness of new energy technologies, while frequently taking a lead role in large industrial energy audits, where his industrial experience is leveraged to identify and deliver optimal solutions. He is often engaged by utilities and private customers to provide feasibility studies related to both energy efficiency and integration of renewable energy.

Mr. Corradini began his career in his native Italy, working for an automotive components manufacturing plant, initially as a Process Engineer and then as Engineering Manager. Upon arriving in the United States as a graduate student and prior to joining AESC, he held an internship position at Sempra Utilities in the Strategic Planning Department. Antonio is a registered Professional Engineer both in Italy and California (license # M35654), and is an AEE Certified Energy Manager. He received both his Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Brescia, Italy, and his Master of Business Administration from the University of California San Diego.