This is a time of fundamental change. It’s not simply an issue of new supply choices, or reduced demand, or commodity volatility, or new technology, or regulatory uncertainty. All are changing at the same time. There are challenges, but also great rewards for those who improve and innovate.
We help our clients understand these complexities, and develop and implement strategies and near-term changes that position them for long term success.
- Corporate strategy
- Business unit strategy and business model innovation — including regulated electric and gas, retail, transmission, generation, non-regulated ventures and suppliers to the industry
- M&A — corporate and asset transactions — strategy, diligence, integration, regulatory support
- Solution and technology development (including retail solutions, smart grid, electric and natural gas transportation, and solar)
- Operational performance improvement
- Organizational design, development and performance management
- Customer, community and regulatory engagement
Critical consisiderations in addressing the challenges and opportunities of distributed solar photovolatics: Distributed solar photovoltaics (PV) and associated net metering policies are fast becoming a business challenge for many regulated electric utilities. More | PDF
The deregulated Retail Energy market is a relatively young segment of the broader Energy industry, and one that continues to provide significant opportunities for Retail Energy Providers (REPs). While historical focus has been on large accounts interest has been rapidly shifting to capturing opportunities downmarket, particularly among small and medium business (SMB) customers. More
TAGS: Customer (Market) Insights, Growth Strategies (Profitable Growth), Business Planning, New Market Entry, Brand Experience, Channel Management, Marketing Resource Management, Operations Architecture, Outsourcing, Strategy
Mike Granowski, Principal with Bridge Strategy Group, offers his perspectives to Bloomberg on how gas prices are impacting nuclear plant investments in the U.S. More
"Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. " This often-quoted statement is taken from the speech that President John F. Kennedy was prepared to deliver on the day he was assassinated. More | PDF