Energy management firm innogy consulting will man its fledgling U.S. office with a longtime utility industry expert, the company announced Thursday.
Glenn George will join innogy as founding partner for its U.S. subsidiary. He will based in Boston and also serve clients in New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and beyond.
“I’m delighted to join Innogy consulting as the first founding partner in the United States,” George said. “It’s the culmination of three decades of work in the global energy sector, some two-thirds of which I’ve spent as a consultant to the industry across the entire value chain. My professional focus in recent years has been on helping utility companies transform themselves into greener, more customer-focused and technology-enabled organizations.”
Prior to innogy, George worked as managing director NERA Economic Consulting and as a partner in the advisory practice of KPMG. He also helped lead the global energy group at Nomura Securities.
“The U.S. energy market is the largest and most dynamic in the world,” Klaus Grellman, managing director of innogy, said. “Strengthening our presence in North America is central to innogy consulting’s strategy for future growth. Glenn’s joining the firm is an important milestone in strengthening our presence in the U.S.”
Innogy is an energy-focused management consulting firm with operations in Europe, the Middle East and North America.