Alexander Ohm is part of Boston Consulting Group’s Center for Energy Impact, and is a core member of the firm’s Energy and Technology & Digital Advantage practices. Since joining BCG in 2016, Alex has worked with clients in energy, financial institutions, and the public sector. In his work, he has covered digital transformations, technology strategy, and the energy transition.

In his role at the Center for Energy Impact, Alex focuses on energy transition related policy design, strategic opportunities from green industrial policy, and digital in energy. Alex has a background in economics, political science, and business.

Before joining BCG, Alex worked as a Bluebook Trainee at the European Commission, Directorate General for Trade, focusing on trade impact assessments. He also has prior experience in internal development.


  • MBA, with distinction, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
  • MSc, International Trade Finance and Development, Barcelona School of Economics
  • BA, Public Administration and Political Sciences, Zeppelin Universität, Germany