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Advice on utility- specific consultancies

 
#1 Advice on utility- specific consultancies
14/02/2001 18:54

Fiona

Advice needed:

I am looking to join a consultancy which is doing extensive work with utilities in developing countries, with a London based location.

Any advice, thoughts on which companies specialise in this area would be greatly appreciated.

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#2 Re: Advice on utility- specific consultancies
23/02/2001 08:46

Phil

Try Adam Smith International. They are a consultancy based just off Albert Bridge, with a growing developing countries utility practice. I think they are always on the look out for consultants. Check them out at www.adamsmithinstitute.com

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#3 Re: Advice on utility- specific consultancies
16/02/2001 14:06

Mike

I am aware of some firms' possible plans to expand their efforts in developing countries where utilities is one of the focal points. London is a good drop zone for this activity. E-mail me.

Mike

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#4 Re: Advice on utility- specific consultancies
22/05/2001 00:00

wileta

22.5.2001

I was interested in the request in the original message. Would it be possible to send me the same info?

wileta

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#5 Re: Advice on utility- specific consultancies
15/03/2005 08:57

Thomas Yeung

Guys,

Sorry to come into the conversation so late, but here are a few suggestions (based on my experience of working as a consultant in the Energy & Utilities sector for nine years - so some of the names may have changed . . .):

Engineering-bias: Power Planning Associates, Mouchel, Scott Wilson, PB Power,

Regulation/Economics-bias: London/Frontier Economics, Caminus, Oxera, Ilex Energy Consulting, Cornwall Consulting, Adam Smith Institute, etc.

Information/Benchmarking: Datamonitor, Experian, JD Power,

'Big-Firms': KPMG, D&T, Accenture, IBM Consulting, PA Consulting, RSM Robson Rhodes, AD Little, AT Kearney, McKinsey, Booz Allen, etc.

Hope this is helpful. Good luck!

Thomas

FYI, after ten years as a consultant, I am just about to return to industry as MD of a small electricity and water utility in the Caribbean . . .

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