Energy Management Consulting

Energy Management Consulting

The world’s energy markets are undergoing massive change and transformation. How will they develop in the future? How will decarbonisation be delivered, whilst keeping the lights on?

Whatever goals you pursue, you are in the right place here for enthusiastic experts for the energy industry.


The development of renewable energies is a key objective of international climate protection efforts and production strategies. Yet a demand for fossil bridging technologies still remains. How should market stakeholders position themselves in the transition from a world predominantly characterised by fossil fuels to a world defined by decentralised and renewable power generation?

Energy trading

Energy trading has undergone dramatic changes in recent years and tremendously increased especially its complexity. But even here, the effects of the energy revolution will not stop. If in future more and more electricity will be generated locally, lower volumes will be traded on the wholesale markets, and at the same time, the complexity will increase. What will energy trading of the future look like? How do you have to position yourself, on the one hand, to purchase primary energy as a global player on the world's commodity markets and, on the other hand, to offer local 'prosumers' a suitable platform.

Energy sales and services

The decline in prices for solar panels and storage systems turns consumers into auto-producers. At the same time, online comparison portals increase price transparency for traditional commodity products. Nowadays, customers expect innovative products that meet their demand for energy services and increase energy efficiency. In which business areas should you position yourself to ideally satisfy the requirements of your customers?

Grids and 'smart infrastructure'

The increase in local production as well as the spatial and temporal decoupling of production and consumption are major challenges for a (smart) network infrastructure. What does the integration of producers, storage and prosumers through intelligent information and communications technology mean for the various market stakeholders? What does this mean for the future market design?

Gas Midstream

Natural gas is one of the most important primary energy sources in Europe: reliable, affordable, available and a climate-friendly fossil fuel. At the same time, the regulatory and market framework conditions for all areas of the gas-based economic value chain have changed dramatically in recent years: More competition, more regulation, change of business models and pressure on margins. How can you adapt currently and in future to those framework conditions and successfully position yourself?