Financial Times, 2022
The Energy, Utility and Resources markets are experiencing unprecedented change. Our global team of market experts spend their time helping companies, investors, technology providers and policy makers/regulators navigate these market changes by helping them:
Our teams combine global market insight, deep industry knowledge and capabilities in strategy, data analytics, process and technology to deliver material results.
Baringa’s global office locations and a selection of our recent projects around the world
Partner | Energy, utilities and resources | London
Consultant | Energy, utilities and resources | London
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Partner | Energy, utilities and resources | Düsseldorf
"As a business, we are focused on shaping the future of the energy industry, responding to global energy trends and the impact across the value chain, advising our clients on connecting capital, projects and customers to create investable energy projects and business models."
Manager | Energy, utilities and resources | London
"Electric vehicles have the potential to blow wide open traditional relationships with customers. Energy suppliers will be facing increasing competition, both from car-makers and from new entrants looking to provide services that can extract value from the EV’s battery whilst it is parked."
Director | Energy, utilities and resources | London
"The energy industry is going through a period of significant change and energy companies are learning to adapt to this changing world. There is increased focus on short term trading and monetisation of portfolios of flexible assets. In the near future we will see the rise of the prosumer and electric vehicles becoming a major factor in energy usage."
Senior Manager | Energy, utilities and resources | London
"UK energy suppliers are grappling with many challenges: reducing cost-to-serve in light of rising wholesale energy prices, changing the nature of the customer relationship with the advent of smart metering, embedded generation and non-energy services; figuring out Digital; and for some, survival."