Managing Director & Senior Partner
Ferdinand Varga joined Boston Consulting Group in 1999. He is a core member of the firm’s Energy practice, specializing in power and utilities as well as energy markets regulation. Within that practice, he leads the energy-generation business line globally and the energy network business line in the Europe, Middle East, South America, and Africa (EMESA) region. Ferdinand has worked in BCG’s Warsaw, Dallas, Budapest, and Middle East offices. His assignments often focus on accelerating decarbonization pathways, developing and implementing growth strategies, and improving operational excellence of his clients.
Before joining BCG, Ferdinand worked at ABB and Honeywell.
Energy networks that follow four guidelines for selecting and implementing WFM systems can capture efficiencies and improve customer service.
Growing demand for hydrogen will impact transportation and distribution networks differently. Players must plan ahead if they are to successfully navigate the coming disruption.
Investors seeking high returns from transmission and distribution networks must be ready to do some hard work. Their rewards will be cost reduction and capex avoidance.